Ben Meyers’ rating: 4.1|5.0 Starsìììì

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, like Avatar, makes it completely on the captivatingly outstanding makeup of its characters and the background portrayal of the scenery of their environment. It’s the best in the business. This film tries to say a great deal. Rather than casting humans for the rest of the script, it seems casting another type of alien than humanoids would have effectively propelled the story forward so the story could have reached the full potential that the script’s depth of writing offers. Dane DeHaan and Cara Delevingne appear to be just repeating the dialogue without feeling the importance of their assigned lines. The white aliens understand their portion of the script and act it with good precision. The story is well written and is going to be one of the better films on the market when it is remade with a few changes in casting. For now, audiences will be enthralled with Planet Mül.


Major Valerian (Dane DeHaan) and his partner Sergeant Laureline (Cara Delevingne) become involved in an effort to restore the planet and civilization of Planet Mül.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director Luc Besson for directing effort. Thank you to Executive Producers JC Cheng, Mark Gao, and Gregory Ouanhon for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Commander Arun Filitt (Clive Owen), Bubble (Rihanna), Jolly the Pimp (Ethan Hawke), Defence Minister (Herbie Hancock), Sergeant Neza (Kris Wu), General Okto Bar (Sam Spruell), Bob the Pirate (Alain Chabat), President of the World State Federation (Rutger Hauer), Captain Crowford (Peter Hudson), and Captain Norton (Xavier Giannoli).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Yes. The makeup for the Planet Mül's inhabitants is inspired bits of heavenly spectacularisms. The script is one of the best pulled from the market and given life onscreen.

Ben Meyers

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