Gambit was one of the big surprises of the summer movie season, and the film’s sequel is no exception.
The new film was directed by Andrew Dominik, who is no stranger to the blockbuster genre, having directed two of the three installments in the original Gambit trilogy.
The story is set in 2077, where the United States is experiencing a major pandemic.
The main character, the scientist-turned-protector Gambit, is tasked with saving the world from the virus by working alongside a mysterious alien named Gambit.
He’s accompanied by a robot companion named Skor, who also serves as Gambit’s shield companion.
Like the first film, the sequel is set largely in the present day, with Skor and Gambit exploring the new, technologically advanced city of Chicago and its surrounding suburbs.
The film is also the first in the Gambit franchise to feature a young female lead, who played by Ashley Johnson.
Gambit has a relatively small footprint in the film, but the sci-fi actioner’s biggest fans were expecting more from the sequel.
We had some really good things to say about the film in our review of Gambit 1 and 2, and here’s what we thought of it: The movie is set almost entirely in the near future, but it’s still largely set in the future.
That means that there’s a lot of technology, but also a lot more mystery than in the first two films.
For starters, there’s the new nanotech called “Bionicle” that has a large effect on the world, especially in Chicago.
Bionicle’s name comes from the word “bion,” meaning “world.”
That means there’s more to it than just the physical world of the world that the movie’s set in.
It’s a world of super-intelligent artificial beings that live in the cities of Chicago.
And the main antagonist, the enigmatic scientist-protective Gambit (a.k.a. the Skor), has been a key player in the events of the first three films, including his efforts to save humanity from the threat of the virus.
Gambo has a few gadgets to keep his crew in check, but they’re mostly just a gimmick to keep the audience on their toes.
The characters are mostly well-defined, but there are some minor exceptions, including the voice of an alien named Skora (who is played by Michelle Yeoh), who voices Skor’s robotic companion Skor-2.
The movie also stars a new character named Skar, who we first saw in a video clip of the movie, but who later was revealed to be a different person.
Skar’s robot companion Skora is played, in part, by a new actress named Ashley Johnson, who recently signed on to play Skor.
Johnson is best known for her role as Ellie Kemper in the Netflix series Stranger Things, which was a huge success for Netflix.
She is a rising star in the sci, fantasy and action genre, and we’re happy to see her get her first big film credit.
The plot in Gambit follows the lives of the two main characters, Skor (Dominik) and Gambo (Johnson).
Skor was created to protect humans from the deadly virus, and Gamboy is the human shield that keeps the humans safe.
The two heroes have a history of fighting for each other, and they have a pretty strong rivalry in the story.
It seems that Gambo was originally going to be the one to save the world first, and Skor eventually becomes his protector.
However, Skar is a bit of a renegade in the new film.
Gamboy doesn’t want to live under Skor anymore, so he starts killing people and trying to overthrow Skor himself.
And so the two heroes go their separate ways, leaving Skor stranded on the streets of Chicago, and hoping to one day make a deal with each other.
Unfortunately, they’re not able to reach a deal.
And that leads to the film being one of those films that takes a different approach than the first one.
Gambits powers and powersuits are not the same in the sequel than in Gambits first film.
Instead, the film focuses on Skor working with Gambit in order to save his city from the infection.
Gams abilities and powersuit are much more advanced, and his helmet is more advanced.
But it’s a different take on the story than the original film.
There are some other small differences, too.
In the original, Gambo got a gun, which he used to fight off Skor when Skor attacked him.
The gun is still present in the second film, though it’s much less powerful.
In addition, Ska is introduced as a different alien, and he has a much more prominent role in the plot than in this one.
It might seem like a lot to take in, but if you’re a fan of the original films