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Watching movies is a major hobby of mine, thus I take movies rather seriously. I enjoy watching a wide range of films, though if it's got lots of violence, sex scenes, language, or crude humour it will get passed over. What I believe makes a good movie: an engaging storyline, decent acting, confident directing, and a coherent script.
A work on movie sequels - they're simply a money-making ploy. Unless it's a continuation of a story, then it's just the same thing all over again. A common blunder with seguels is trying to "outdo" the first film. Because of this mistaken idea, so many unnecessary (dare I say misguided?) things are added to a sequel which do nothing more than degrade it. To make a good sequel to any movie, imgination and effort are needed!
I wasn't really sure what this movie was about before I watched it; Matt Damon vs John Slattery & men in suits was enough to get me hooked. The story unfolds into something much more dramatic and funny than that. I recommend this one for sure!
This movie starts out confusing. It's supposed to feel that way. Captain Colter Stevens can surely attest to that. But as the plot rolls along everything gets explained in greater and greater detail. It's a gripping story with an ending that will probably leave your mind boggled.