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It has a raw grittiness that is authentic and really drives the story. Wonderful acting across the board. Great direction and use of locations. Believable dialogue really allows you to get to know the characters The entire movie has an oppressive feel that weighs on you while you watch the movie. Really surprised it is not better rated.
Just watched this on Netflix.. starts off okay and then gets worse.. it's like a bad 90s action movie, many things didnt make sense, (despite the great cast) the acting was really bad and the scenes didn't flow at all.. it's just bad directing imo.
Worst movie ever completely incoherent PERFECT for people with ADHD if you like this film there's your diagnosis … LOL
Not as bad as the reviews say, it's not that bad of a film if you pay attention and follow the interwoven stories
How can anyone give low scores to a movie based on true events. It is a good movie
It has a good atmosphere and realism. I would have liked more development of the murderers, you know almost nothing about them, not even their motivations. The subplot of Chloe Moretz is pure filler. The personalities of the detectives change a lot at the end, and there is no clear explanation. Even with these problems is a good movie
It was just so boring, plodding, and it didn't really develop any narrative characters at all throughout the entire run time. I'm not sure what they were trying to achieve here? When the baddie is revealed, you begin to wonder if you've seen the character before in the entire build-up of the rest of the film - you have, but literally a brief scene or two that's forgettable. Just a very odd, unfocused police procedural that doesn't really proceed in doing anything at all. It's not that it's a dreadful movie, it's just that nothing really happens. Strange to see a fairly big name like Sam Worthington in here. 1.5/5*
Positives: Atmospheric , great cast in particular Worthington/Morgan/Chastain as the homocide cops.
Negatives: Over-saturated genre, slow pace, no serial killer back story , under use of Jessica Chastain. TV movie vibe. Many plotholes. Undisguised red herring which you can see coming. Depressing feeling throughout. Some characters unexplained (Jason Clarke).
All in all...Pretty average stuff and if your watching for Jessica, she has limited screentime.
To much quality talent here for such a poor film. A criminally underutilized Jessica Chastain, a plodding pace and horrible character development leave this clunker stuck not in the killing fields but in the mud:\
Still trying to figure out who Rule was and why he was in this film?