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Driver and Johansson will surely receive all the nominations for their great performances in this film, but Laura Dern and Alan Alda also deserve tons of credit for the job they do. The story is well written for both the husband and the wife's perspective. It almost hurts to watch it at times but in the best way possible. The audience is somehow led to root for both sides, accepting both characters' strengths and flaws. An extremely well-acted, and pretty well-written film.
Christian Bale continues to prove that he is one of the best actors of this era, and this film is another example of it. Damon is good, but Bale carries this film much like his character carries his racing team. The story is very interesting, maybe better titled "Shelby v. Ford" rather than "Ford v. Ferrari" but a story worth hearing about, especially if you are not familiar with it already.
It's good to see everyone back after 10 years. There's nothing groundbreaking about this film, unlike the first one, but if you enjoyed Zombieland 1 then there is no reason the sequel would upset you. It's a fun ride that you probably won't remember soon after it ends.
This film is an extremely slow burn, and it never grasped me at any point. The linear story is very somber, and I took away very little from this film. Everything comes off as average or worse. The performances, writing, and score are all forgettable. Some of the shots are quite beautiful, but it's not enough to make this film worth watching.
This movie is good from beginning to end, despite how out of hand it gets. The ridiculousness gets amped up with every act, but the humor and intrigue remain constant. The screenplay is very good, and the acting jobs are great, particularly by Song Kang Ho. A very enjoyable film from the first moment until the last.