Just one Cornetto. Give it to me . . .
The Invasion of the Body Snatchers meets Stepford Wives story has some surprisingly emotional parts, mainly centered around the regrets the protagonist has over his unfulfilled life. The ending, which could be seen as the typical "technology bad, free will good" apocalyptic sci-fi message is actually the perfect way to end the film, and this trilogy. The right scenes with the robots (sorry, I mean "simulants") are well staged, though they break apart a little too easily making them not much of a threat. The supporting cast is ace, especially Martin Freeman and the voice of Bill Nighy. James Bond fans even get to see Pierce Brosnan in a small role. This is another directorial triumph for Wright, and I can't wait to see what he does with Ant-Man.