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MaryAnn’s quick take: Like the book it’s based on, Mortal Engines features intriguing worldbuilding, but its characters and story are strictly cliché. This is a lazy, confused, and derivative disaster, with plot points and visual and thematic motifs shamelessly stolen from far better movies. Read the review…

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give it a miss
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