MUTE Is Messy, Bland Sci-Fi Cotton Candy (Review)

Based on Duncan Jones‘ debut with the thoughtful, creative Moon, its spiritual sequel Mute is a profound disappointment. Jones has been working on the neon noir for 15 years (since before Moon), and that may explain why so much of it feels like the undisciplined idea dump from a first-time director.

In a nearish future Berlin of the Netflix release, Leo (Alexander Skarsgård) trudges through the city, lanky and distraught; he’s a mute bartender idealistically in love with a...

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