I would give this movie 4.5 out of 5 stars. It's not like a stunningly perfect movie because those who like this movie would watch it once, and then compliment its chemistry throughout. However, I've watched this movie tons of times, and it does have its flaws. For example, during the lash-up scene, the transitions had the timing off on the television screens in the rail yard station. But, overall, this movie was a great farewell project for Scott before he died. Even though I haven't seen any of his other movies, I enjoyed this movie a lot. When it comes to destruction, Tony Scott knows when it's necessary to use it. Michael Bay, on the other hand, uses it unnecessarily. Cameras were a bit shaky, but that's what made it a great action movie. This is one of those few movies that I will watch over and over again and slowly examine the certain shots, and how Scott managed to execute the actions. If you want to see a movie that is nearly destructionless, and one death, this movie is the epitome of what I said.