It all feels more like flexing atrophied muscles rather than creating a believable experience.
"flexing atrophied muscles", did you see the movie. What your talking about here is the exposition of the film which, if you want any great character development, you have to have either great actors who can add mystery or writing the story that adds compelling characters to add a convincing characterization that allows for the message to be conveyed through a legitimate plot that centers around the very true and dark ways that surround the mexican drug cartel. They do cut off heads and act like "savages" in that business. So to say that it isn't believable is far-fetched when it is actually happening. Give an honest review with back-up knowledge of what you are talking about and I will definitely listen and respect.
Jul 13 - 10:57 PM