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Good Kill is a thought-provoking movie, it plays to all sides of positive and negative of Drone warfare. It is less an entertainer more a chilling and dark take on the reality of modern warfare, it is at times boring with some pacing issues, at times bleak with how threat assessments are made and at times very dark with the way deal with such threats, some of the tactics used leaves you wondering who is the terrorist. The casting is superb so is the performances, Ethan Hawk shines in his portrayal.
Enjoyed the movie quite a bit, watched it without knowing what the theme of the movie was. Although it is a romantic comedy-drama, the plot deals with LGBTQ rights. The best part was while remaining true to unconventional theme it is also able to deliver an entertaining watch. The movies got superb casting and performances, especially Anil Kapoor and Juhi Chawla bringing in the laughs with their experience and charms.
This is a crude version of American pie with time loop concept, it does make you laugh but the problem is it has more misses than hits.
The movie is a satirical black-comedy loosely inspired on the political power struggle after Stalin's death. Totalitarianism and evil deeds are shown in a fun and humorous way. The cast and their performances are good. On digging deeper, found most of the events, even the absurd ones are inspired on real-life events, cinematic freedom was taken in compressing the timeline and on toning down the atrocity to make it look funny.
Watch the movie if you are interested in an unrealistic over the top nonstop action from hand to hand combat to gun battle carnage, it is only about blood and gore. The best part of the movie is it's not CGI fuelled, the worst part is it's nonsensical. When the first John Wick came out, I enjoyed it for its style, but in going the franchise mode and in trying to overdo its predecessors, the action sequences are increasingly become more complex, outlandish and staged, the movie more lifeless. The ending sets up the stage for another part to follow.