Boring, so utterly boring. Tom Cruise was phoning in at an epic level, but he did a lot of frowning so that should satisfy me, right? No, because I've seen his angry face for the last twenty years. The plot was slow, and kind of didn't make a lot of sense. And seriously, some more Nikolai Foster-Waldau wouldn't have hurt.
Ugh. Unrealistic to an extreme, and for no good reason. This movie thinks its audience is stupid, they showed North Korean "hints" about 50 times in the fifteen minutes before the plot takes off. Hm, wonder what's going to happen. Then the entire plot followed exactly along predictable guidelines. I went to the kitchen during one person speaking, and I said out loud what I knew was going to follow, and my boyfriend started laughing because I was exactly right. So, there was absolutely nothing in this worth watching, except maybe beholding a talk Asian with curly hair. What an oddity.
This was not really my kind of movie, but it wasn't quite as bad as I thought it would be, and maybe it almost won me over to its hippy way of thinking. There were some good points brought up, but overall I think it was glorifying environmental terrorism just a bit too much.