Chappie

This could have been an incredible film if it wasn’t let down by the hollow acting of the rap duo Die Antwoord. Regardless of their music the acting felt amateur leaving the film hollow. Even some of the other acting felt a bit wet at places.
Chappie himself was a relatable and believeable robot that really brought the film alive. It definitely keeps the feel of Distrcit 9 but I was really disappointed and cringed alot during some scenes.
Overall it was a decent film and is worth a watch.Chappie
Hugh Jackman plays a decent arsehole character but it doesn’t expand that much. Mainly because Chappie was the main feature obviously and his development had to be solid which it indeed was.

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