The two time Grammy award winner Will Smith coming up with the new Netflix movie ‘Bright’, with the director David Ayer. David Ayer was credited as director of Suicide Squad and Fury. Some of the critics have been saying things about David Ayer’s last movie Suicide Squad because it did not accomplish their expectation.
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Netflix gain mastery in the expertise of TV series. So now the time to see making a movie is a good step for Netflix or not. Whether the Bright is going to make critics wrong or the rough statement they made is true. But sometimes it’s about the audience. Maybe they except Bright more than what are critics saying and also split critics and audiences into the opposite sides.
Will Smith did fantasy cop role before and there were some of the best movies. Bad boys, men in black, I robot, I am a legend, Independence Day etc. are the movies where he did play some major role as law and defense person and they were good movies in the box office. Sequel of ‘Bad Boys’ is going to come in next year. So far from the past history of Will Smith as law and defense personnel in the important role; the result is quite impressive.
The first and authentic blockbuster of Netflix is Bright. In Bright, Will Smith and Joel Edgerton will play a major role, where he will be the first Orcs to get a chance to police force. They live in an alternate world in Los Angeles and that is a fantasy version of the United States. Will Smith and Joel Edgerton is a colleague and LAPD police officer. On that alternate world fantasy creatures like Orcs, Elves and human do live in alongside. But those creatures law-bending activity make trouble for the community. Now that’s where maybe a bit of racial metaphor aching. This could be an evil or totally dumb.
A Senior Film Critic and Chief New York Rangers Fan David Ehrlich stated that –
On the contrary, David Ayer reply as follows –
Let’s hope for another will Smith’s blockbuster and as an audience, the expectation can be high, but the maker has to make something that could bend our mind to like his creation.
- Director: David Ayer
- Written By: Max Landis
- Starring: Will Smith, Joel Edgerton, Noomi Rapace
- Genre: Action, Crime, Fantasy
- Country: United States
- Language: English
- In Theaters: 22 December 2017 (USA)
- Runtime: 117 min