So many plot holes. Why couldn't he just run to San Francisco his damn self? Why couldn't he run up to the roof of the Transamerica Pyramid? He literally ran up an actual Pyramid not 5 minutes later! Fun seeing an animated Jim Carrey though I guess. Adam Pally was great, and the video game recap at the end was cool
I never thought I'd see a movie that had me hating Joseph Gordon Levitt's character. But if they all came off as scum, that implies good acting I guess? Still, strange movie with walking NJ stereotypes and no real payoff at the end
Great acting by Benedict Cumberbatch and the underrated Michael Shannon. Stunning period based visuals as well. Dialogue often felt reminiscent of Aaron Sorkin, though without as strong a plot. Wish we got to see more Tom Holland of course.
What a waste of a stellar cast. They should have called it The Slow and The Bad. I only watched it for Leo - poor guy keeps dying in consecutive movies in this era. The ending was somewhat eventful at least
First half was amazing. That opening scene with Jennifer Lopez might have turned me straight for a few minutes. Best acting she's ever done, and great job by Constance Wu too, though it was hard to unsee her character from Fresh Off The Boat.
Ugh so boring I struggled to stay awake at times. Why update to a near modern setting but keep the Shakespearean vernacular?! Most dialogue is incredibly difficult to parse. I do find it funny though that Leo's character is hung out to dry/die by his lady in two straight movies...
Fantastic and nuanced ending. Great performance by Morgan Freeman, as usual. Why does Ed Harris always play an ignominious bastard? And why do my own trips to Boston never look anything close to an Affleck movie?