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Worst: No third act
Seriously. What's up with that? This is one of the things that distinguishes a Besson movie, and it's almost like he's decided that the way the he can make movies that he can financially manage and he can do it in a way that make him aesthetically happy is by lopping off what anyone else would call "the ending." While I don't buy any of the film's "science," it's a shorthand for conversations that are ongoing about what the shape of the Singularity will be, and how we'll recognize that moment. I wish they'd given things room to breathe, though. There's great stuff here, and they gallop right past it just as they figure out what it it is.
- Drew McWeeny