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I May Destroy You
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Just, simply, terrible.
Although Joseph Gordon-Levitt has an incredible performance, the film overall is bogged down by poor pacing and lack of logic.
Love it! Very good acting too.
This was by far over pushing the way the pilot acted the whole movie. I love crazy movies really all type but this one got on my nerves watching the stupid outcome.
Another indie film experiment, wherein the action all takes place in the cockpit of an airliner when terrorists attack. The crux of the piece is that one pilot is in love with one of the hostages that the terrorists terrorize. Joe Gordon-Leavitt holds the work together even if the writer/director is unsure of where to take his game once the pieces are set in motion. Meh.
Terrible. Just terrible.
So slow bored 😐 most if film based in cockpit no story all over place don't watch unless you like to watch a film half in German with subtitles and a pilot just staring into the air
Created by someone who know nothing about aviation.
Original idea and well acted, the ending was a bit of a let down, and gave the viewer a deflated feeling as it fizzled out to the credits, but maybe it was meant to do that?
Literally the worst hijacking movie ever.