This is a movie that was pretty involving, which makes me all the more frustrated that it just ends without any closure. Sometimes it works in movies, but here it would have helped to have the story fully completed.
I think you missed the point of the ending, by a long shot. That ending had entire audiences stunned in their seats, unable to move, literally, until the last credit. Why? You aren't supposed to be spoon fed everything. That's not just "how they are over there." (your ridiculous reference to foreign cinema.)It's called letting emotional beats in a script surface naturally. This film was written about real, human drama, and the editing reflects such. Maybe Max Payne is a more appropriate fit for your tastes.Also, describing incredibly nuanced, dynamic performances as "pretty good." Yeah. Great review, chump.
Oct 17 - 10:38 AM
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