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I caught this after watching Fractured by Brad Anderson. This is a film I completely forgot and now that I have seen it, I probably didn't need to watch it either. The film is built on the concept and the concept is not carefully developed. The film has potential and only clicks into gear for the finale, which is quite good. I had my problems with the pacing and the fact Berry's character is a call operator and has no issue finding the killer. Why is she in the call centre? She is better than the entire police force. This is an interesting vehicle and deserved its success in the current cinema climate. Strong cast is sadly let down by a shallow script and a strange villain. 12/10/2019
Breaking Bad was a show that broke the standard storytelling Tv mould and delivered in my opinion, the best Tv show. This film plays out like an Epilogue and is not an essential part of the storyline. When we last left Jesse he was fleeing from the captivity scene and looked promising, but that would not be the case. The film picks up immediately and we are once again in the Breaking Bad world. This film is an incredible addition to the series, and in a world where filmmakers take liberties with storytelling, this actually has a reason to exist. Solid Netflix film and further evidence they are beginning to break the mould on the movie originals. Glad to see Breaking Bad back and another film down the line wouldn't hurt either. 11/10/2019
Brad Anderson is a solid filmmaker, but he tends to spend his talents on inferior films. This is a little from column A, and a little from column B. The attempts a Neeson styled thriller with Worthington, who I can't fault here. The storyline is a pandora styled puzzle and the filmmaker does quite well to keep the guessing game going to the end. The plot is all concept and if you can't get on board early on, this film won't be for you. I thought the film passed the time and delivered on the concept and was another tick for Netflix. Not a game changer, but worth checking out. Reminds me of the mid level budget films of the 90s and 00s, studios don't invest in them anymore. 11/10/2019
Great cast and a film that is not as bad as memory would serve. This is a harmless romantic comedy that is Myers dialled up to 11. The two part role for Myers is perfect and would pave the way for the Austin Powers roles later in his career. The is not perfect, but as a 90s film that could never exist today, it's quite good. It's interesting to see all the supporting cast joining the film to work with Myers, times were so different. The film is flawed, but overall it serves its fun purpose. 14/10/2019
The film is a tedious bore and it showcases all the wrong elements for cyberpunk storytelling. The visual effects weren't ground-breaking when you consider the year this film was made. The Abyss was 1989 and Jurassic Park was 1993, this film was not the innovative film of its time. VR died a worthwhile death in this era and the graphics showcase the exact issue VR had. This film is dull and Leonard had the issue of showcasing the talented actors with incoherent character arcs.