In this review we will be letting the blocks fall where they may; Eastern or otherwise, as we check out the Apple tv original film TETRIS! Who would have thought that incredible time-sucking game could wring an extra couple more hours from us to watch the movie of how it was… licensed? From possibly the most boring sounding premise of all time, comes the espionage thriller nobody asked for!
Our falling blocks are called Dion, Quinny, Peta, Jill and of course Orange Ricky. Oh… And bring your own tetrominoes… Ours keep disappearing.
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A surprisingly riveting tale of capitalism vs communism
Nobody could have guessed that in the early to mid 21st century an entire cinematic genre would rise to prominence based on the licensing of popular brands. All hail the IP cinematic universe! Now lets hope it stays as good as Tetris!