CRITICISM – Having left as a humanitarian, a young Belgian thug is confronted with the cruelty of the Islamic State. An unprecedented vision of enlistment that yields nothing to the veracity of the statement.
In the torpor of August, the directors Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah made people talk about them despite themselves. Their latest production, Batgirl, barely completed, was purely and simply buried. The $90 million film was intended for HBO Max, Warner Bros.’ streaming platform. The studio’s merger with Discovery in April 2022 and a shift in strategy took the bat girl’s skin. Not ambitious enough to justify a theatrical release and the related marketing cost, too expensive to be profitable enough on the platform. By renouncing a theatrical, online or DVD release, Warner Bros can on the contrary benefit from an advantageous tax advantage and absorb part of its losses.
The American dream of the duo of Belgian filmmakers of Moroccan origin has lost ground. It all started well in 2020 when producer Jerry Bruckheimer told them Bad Boys for Lifethird installment of the franchise with Will Smith…