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Couldn't get interested in this movie, maybe too far removed from Korea's history for me to care. None of the characters were very interesting. Decent battle scenes, I guess.
Whew, what a load of crap. They didn't even try. While the first was no comedy masterpiece, it looks like one in comparison to this. Much more mean spirited, and everyone's just so unlikable that I couldn't begin to get into it. Talk about a soulless cash grab.
Kind of Inside Job: The Movie, and I mean that in a very positive way. Great script, great surprising direction from Adam McKay; seriously, he's made one of the best movies of the year here. Works great as an ensemble. Perhaps some of the extended cameo roles feel a little too much like stunt casting. Steve Carrell somehow manages to be ridiculous and convincing at the same time as Mark Baum. I must say I *greatly* appreciated the Margo Robbie cameo. That scene, along with the other two or so like it, really felt like the only moments of comedy in the movie to me, despite others labeling The Big Short as a comedy.