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Incredibly gritty, and some real mean characters. Just like life would have it as well. While some sequences and story events were squeezed in too tightly, the overall pace was good. The semi-ending was really violent.
Most of the movie was down to earth, and believable. A man desperate to save his wife who goes down some dark paths along the way. But the ultimate chase scene was a bit too timely and bourne-identity like, where everything just clicked too well. Also some irrelevant characters were mixed in with some pointless subplots. Decent, but could've been narrowed down a bit better.
Too many disparate ideas, that doesn't quite make a cohesive plot. You have an ex-cop, then he's struggling with addiction, then you have some kid, then you have some drug traffickers, then you have some random bad guys, and some random shit they did, and you have some dude jump off a building. I would simply say this was poorly edited.
A history of the militarization and world domination of the United States leading up to WW2 until 2012 of the Obama administration. Shows american propaganda, and repeated use of 'superior morals', as they seek total control. Good, but sometimes becomes too fast and ranty (I watched the entire series in 2-3 days). Overall, eye opening on the American government and the military industrial complex.