Set in futuristic London, Catastrophe is betrayed and pushed off a building. After being tended, she meets with female crime-fighters, each with unique skills and weapons. It ends in burning flames as the women meet for a final face-off.
Better than most of these concert/documentary style films/mini series.
With these concert/documentary style experiences, you typically expect two things, on-stage performances and behind the scenes content. Taylor Swift's Journey to Fearless gave plenty of both. Obviously the show was a 2-hour show so getting in every single performance isn't realistic in this setting. You'd have to have an actual movie dedicated to nothing but the concert itself to accomplish that. However, they did get most of the popular song performances in and I really liked how they went about doing that. By essentially exposing the concert as a story with phases, it never got boring or dull. As usual though, the behind the scenes content is why most people tune in for these things. Unless you were a T-Swift super fan, you got to discover how she was discovered and how her family supported her in her dreams. Overall, it was nothing revolutionary but if you're a fan of Taylor and/or her music, this three-episode mini series is worth the watch.
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