Dozens of years pass, but the directors have not found another way to talk about the villain’s plans than the long monologue in the final scene. And of course, all the time the monologue, the hero is in danger of death. But it is great that he has time to look around and come up with a cunning escape plan. After all, the villain can talk about his plans as much as required. Characters are never allowed to explain what happened and why. Everyone draws their conclusions and right there: they blame, take offense, abandon, turn away, leave forever. No matter where the hero goes, he will always find the opportunity to park right next to the desired building and the right entrance.
It’s cool to go amid an explosion about 5 meters from the epicenter – this is the top of unrealistic ideas. How many films have this trick used in? These stylish scenes don’t even make much sense. It’s just that people move against the background of fire. Usually in slow motion. It’s time to stop using this cliche. The hero works as an intern and makes his way in life himself, but he always has a lovely, comfortable room or even an apartment in the old center and the house with history. And the house itself is located in New York – one of the most expensive cities in the world. But in life, for some reason, everything is not so at all