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Jessica Chastain needs to stop starring in roles that make her so unlikable. Ava is definitely no female James Bond movie nor a decent spy flick, it's substandard in every way.
this movie terrible.... i only got half way through before i had to turn it off.. i usually like Jessica Chastain but she is not believable in this roll.... i'm sorry but just watching jog... looks like she struggling with that.... wow!!
This female version of John Wick spends far too much time on the relationship between mother and daughter and not enough on a straightforward story and action sequences.
I don't find a lot of things offensive, but the fight choreography here is about on par with Common's acting. A few subtly fun choices do cut through, particularly by Farrell, but largely a lost cause for me. Atomic Blonde, a masterpiece by comparison.
The movie theme seemed twisted. A killer who a has a guilty conscience.
The movie is not just full of cliches , in fact , it cannot do the cliche rightly. Lacking chemistry among actors. It wastes Jessica Chastain's talents. Bonus is Joan Chen's great performance here! she is still great!
Psychologically speaking, Ava's puzzle pieces do not fit together.
No deception, the trailers led me to believe this would be an action movie & it was. I enjoy Jessica Chastain as an actor, plus John Malkovich & Diana Silvers were great additions, although Silvers had only a small role. The sub-plot of her relation with her family gave me something other than the action to flesh out the character. Loved the movie & hope they make a sequel.
Jessica Chastain is a certified badass
the only reason this movie exist was to tell the story of a killer that asked questions?