This is a Skyscraper (2018 film) review seeing as if we have yet another CGI-altered actor - Dwayne Johnson - try to virtually embody the amputee role that should have been given, clearly, to a real amputee actor. Particularly for this movie.
I (ir)regularly review movies (that I come across) that feature (possibly faked or real) (and there mostly arm) amputees. Readers of my reviews typically may get this wrong: but I am not reviewing a movie for its overall plausibility, or its overall entertainment aspect, or maybe its overall relation to contemporary culture generally, here. Here, I am specifically asking how the movie relates to the view of (arm) amputees in society and how it may influence such a view. I ask, what normative angle the film makers take and what normative views they pass on to the viewers. Given that virtually no one nowadays meets an (arm) amputee in a whole life time, virtually all "knowledge" of (arm) amputees they possibly have is obtained via media, so these film makers exploit great social power.
But this movie? Had me scratch me head, to be honest.