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The best part is when I realized this film was recorded in Puebla
Vantage Point has an interesting story which has also a good storytelling method, but it gets ruined by the clunky acting, generic action thriller aspects, including the ABSOLUTELY HORRIBLE camera work. This is a shaky cam and cut filled mess. I wonder how the fuck I finished this movie without triggering a seizure. It really is a shame that it's been done like this because I actually liked the concept.
The different viewpoints is an interesting concept but is repetitive and the underlying story is only average. Not worth watch to be honest.
The way the narrative is handled actually adds to the enjoyment. A great cast do good work with an interesting story.
Like action flicks? This one beats them all!
Nice gimmick but done badly. Each time there's a new perspective but doles out new info so slowly it's hard to stay with it.
I like the direction the movie was trying to take, just seems like they ran out of gas trying to get there.
A unique idea for a movie, but ultimately fell short at the ending since it felt like you'd seen everything already. I loved watching this as a kid though
A very short story/plot dragged out into an almost unbearably long movie. If I were watching it in a theater, I would have walked out 30 minutes into the film.
I did enjoy this but I wish we got more of an explanation at the end