Free Guy Definitely Has Dibs on First Player!
What is arguably the best feel-good movie in years, Free Guy, is a power
house of comedy, emotion, and action all rolled into one. This keeps the
audience’s interest from start to finish.
Free Guy follows a bank teller, Guy (Ryan Reynolds) who discovers that
he is actually an NPC (Non playable character) inside a brutal, open world
Like with anything he is in, the role of Guy is undoubtedly the role Ryan
Reynolds was born to play. Lovable, quirky, and funny, this is a lead
character you enjoy following from the moment he appears on screen, to
the very last frame.
The story itself is simply enjoyable. If you watched the trailer, leave
your preconceptions at the door. Artificial intelligence and open-world
gaming have the potential to snowball into a complex idea for some,
but Free Guy is neither obnoxious nor existential. It is pure color, fast-
paced, funny, creative, and UNIQUE. The special effects are impressive;
the soundtrack is uplifting, mainly thanks to a Mariah Carey classic.
Free Guy is rated PG-13 for strong fantasy violence throughout, language
and crude/suggestive references