Starring: Will Smith, Joel Edgerton, Noomi Rapace, Edgar RamirezPlot: two cops have to stop some elves from summoning the dark one back and overtaking the world. But one is an Orc that hasn't been blooded and sawed off his own teeth! The drama begins now!Runtime: 117 minutesFun Trivia: The Orcish love song that is played is a Cannibal Corpse song called "Hammer Smashed Face", which they also performed in their cameo of Ace Ventura: Pet DetectiveReview: I would like to preface this review by saying I was really stoked to see this movie. I have a weird love of Will Smith, an understandable love of Joel Edgerton and I so very much enjoy saying Noomi Rapace's name. Also, it's a cop movie involving Orcs, Elves and Pixie's. Not the band the Pixie's, just the mythical creature. Throughout the movie I also found out that there are Dwarves in the movie as well, we just don't see them ever.I enjoyed this movie. I found it pretty formulaic and had little to no surprises for it's entirety, but I still thought it was fun. I love the Dungeons and Dragons aspect in real life, though I felt there could have been more sub text, or explanation of the world they live in or something. It starts off giving you (apparently) all the information one could desire to watch this movie. "Only a Bright can hold a magic wand", then starts in with the movie. Immediately I had questions, some being the world they're in, some being any sort of back story on Orcs and Elves, one glaring one being "What the heck is a Bright?" Doesn't need to be answered, move on.Truth be told it's a very straightforward movie aside from the fact we have fantasy creatures in the "real world" as we know it. To the point that it was almost boring. It's about two cops who find something that will change their lives, now they have the moral dilemma of is they should use it for good or for personal gain. But wait, there's more! They also have to fight off two rival gangs that both want what they've found, so much so that they're willing to kill for it.They also discuss how one of the gangs is trying to summon the dark lord, but not Voldemort, back from the dead to rule the world with magic... maybe it is Voldemort? I don't know, it there wasn't a lot described in this movie and it left me with more questions than answers, which usually upsets me, but in this case I was weirdly fine with it.I won't go into any spoilers as I'm trying to get past that in my life and want people to judge for themselves, but even if I wanted to spoil it there's really nothing to spoil.I found the movie almost racist, certainly so towards Orcs, but was curious if the Orcs were a subtext to society as we actually know it type thing. It was very much so a movie of the poverty line being drawn and how Orcs were at the bottom, the criminals and wrong doers of the world. Elves were very much the exact opposite of Orcs, being prissy and pomp, driving the fancy cars and looking down their noses on people. Maybe not racist, but certainly had a lot of issues with a lot of other things.Obviously none of the issues were with make-up as all the costumes and practical effects were immaculate, but apparently an entire company was left out of the credits for the movie, over 60 people not given the credit due for the work done. That sucks.I don't know, I think I just really wanted this to be Bad Boys 3 and have the Orc rip off his mask and be all "Hey y'all, I"m Martin Lawrence, I'm short and irrelevant, but you love me anyways!" but with a lot more swears. I still enjoyed it, but that would have been a great twist.I know this movie got voted for one of the worst, if not the worst movie of 2017 (I hope not, there's a lot of garbage this year), but I think for the costumes alone it's worth the watch. And if you like Will Smith like you should, give it a go, he's so close to being old school Mike Lowry, which is amazing.