Just watched The Last Mimzy. Interesting, somewhat enjoyable, but nothing major.
The main characters, the boy and the girl, the boy was NT, the girl NF. The movie surrounds him accepting her as leader and folowing her orders, which were simple. The NT accepts the NF, though she was younger and inexperienced, the anima being accepted by the animus, this was probably written by a middle-aged NT.
Of the subplots, the teacher was NT had an NF girlfriend. The NT was trying to act like an NF by being overwhelmed and looking for meaning, and the NF like an NT like when she asked for numbers in his vision. She was ruling him, and their story ended when he ruled himself.
Put those two together, the NT accepts the NF and follows to new territory, yet does not relinquish control to the NF.
And finally on that point, their solutions was to help scientists (NTs) make a better future from pure things (NF).
Of the parents, the other was SJ, the father SP. The end of their story was when he acted like an SJ by becoming responsible and doing things for the family over his job.
Rhiannon Leigh Wryn plays the girl, but keeps talking like she's four or five years old, probably for the cute effect. I found it dissapointing, because i would have much rather seen her actually act. All the other actors seemed basically fine.
The seemingly obligatory non-G scene was the teacher kissing his girlfriend. It added absolutely nothing to the story, and was probably added because seemingly every movie must has a kiss in it somewhere.
The historical inaccuracy was showing Alice Liddel with a Mimzy. Firstly, it make no sense because Dodgeson was no longer talking to her when he wrote Looking Glass, so she probably read Jabberwocky (which mentions mimzy) for the first time much later than the picture. That is, the picture is from July 1860, and it was that picture that was pasted over his drawing of her in Alice's adventures Underground (predating even the first book). Although, considering he wrote Jabberwocky even before she was born, he may have mentioned it to her, but that is an unlikely explanation, especially since the White Rabbit is introduced in Wonderland, not Looking Glass.
Secondly, the picture has her with arms folded (left over right) and she is not holding anything other than her sleeve. The picture skips the ferns to her left, and her dangling feet.
And, of course, if Alice did have a Mimzy, and could do what Emma did, Dodgeson's mechanical bat would never have held her interest as reported in his diary.
Other than that, he said, it was a nice movie.