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Movie Review - A Wrinkle in Time (2018)

Having not read the book, I can't compare the 1962 novel by Madeleine L'Engle to this, but there's a little bit of a conflict of interest here. The main character is one that values science but yet she's confronted with things and ideas that could be considered magic, which is fine, but that conflict is never really addressed. Magic could just be science we don't understand, but there's no reckoning of that here.

Storm Reid (12 Years a Slave and Sleight) stars as Meg Murry, the daughter of a NASA scientist named Alex Murry, played by Chris Pine (Star Trek and Wonder Woman). Meg's father disappeared four years ago. He's presumed dead, but in reality he was teleported to another planet or dimension. It's not clear if Alex teleported himself there on purpose or if it was an accident. The way it's portrayed on screen is that it's an accident, but he later apologizes as if he did it intentionally, and that causes confusion about how we're su…

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