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The first Iron Sky took a great premise, and injected it with great characters, witty dialogue, great action scenes, and fantastic special effects. So ever since seeing it, I've eagerly anticipated the sequel.
The Coming Race builds on the theories of Nazi esotericism, and promises a lot.
Unfortunately it delivers very little. Virtually everything that made the first film what it was, is entirely missing in this sequel.
The characters are flat. Even the characters reappearing from the original are flat. There's absolutely no humour in this film. I didn't laugh once. Not once. The pacing is all over the shop, leading to what can only be described as a jumbled up mess. The annoying expository voice over from the film's main protagonist scattered throughout the film is simply cringeworthy.
The CGI is this films saving grace, and is quite fantastic for the budget That along with the costumes and set designs, are probably the only saving graces of this dire film.
A film that features spaceships, Nazis and dinosaurs, should hit the target every time, but The Coming Race misses the target by a country mile.
After I'd watched this I actually felt quite angry. That sort of anger someone feels when their Tinder date doesn't match their profile picture in any way shape or form.
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