The Day Shall Come (2019)
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I’m a huge fan of Chris Morris. Ever since stumbling on The Day Today one evening on BBC 2, I’ve found his output to be pretty much spot on. Four Lions is easily one of my favourite films, and Brass Eye is one of the few perfect comedy series I’ve ever seen. This page has the day shall come 2019, watch online, the day shall come 2019 free download, full movie hd.
With that said, The Day Shall Come is less of an outright comedy than Four Lions, and may alienate some fans due to the American setting, mostly unknown cast, and relatively stripped back levels of humour. Does that mean it’s not a good film? Absolutely not. Does it mean that anyone who expected an out and out comedy in the vein of FL will go away disappointed? Quite possibly, and I’d wager that the lower scores on here are testament to that. Filmxy has The Day Shall Come (2019) Online Full Movie, The Day Shall Come (2019) free download HD Bluray 720p 1080p with English subtitle. Stars: Andrel McPherson, Miles Robbins, Marchánt Davis
On the whole, the cast do a great job. Moses is an inherently likeable character, and for that reason I found myself rooting for him a fair bit. His wife was played in a similarly loveable manner, and the two of them had a great deal of chemistry. Anna Kendrick (of whom I’m not really a fan) has some great lines and is very believable as an FBI agent with one eye on career advancement and the other on, you know, functioning like an actual human being.
The rest of the supporting cast are all perfectly fine, with nothing really standing out as bad to me at least. Where the film really shines is in the dialogue however. I won’t quote it here, but there’s one line about a toy weapon that made me howl, and another gag about mangos which had me chuckling after the movie was done.
In all, it’s a good comedy and a superb satire, but recalibrate your expectations accordingly. This isn’t a British film, it’s an American one with some excellent writing from a British national treasure. Go in with as little foreknowledge as possible and you’ll enjoy it. Just don’t expect another Four Lions.