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Horrendous movie. This is The Room of action movies in which the dialogue, action, direction and performances are all so terrible that they create unintentional hilarity from start to finish thanks to a horrible script that combines Michael Bay and COD gamers’ quips into one, choppily edited action that moves to highlight Uwais’ martial arts skills but cuts so quick it’s hard to actually watch any of it and cut-and-lasts characters that are uninteresting to watch, namely Wahlberg in a role that is so clearly a knock off of Ben Affleck’s The Accountant.
Very good movie. Though this compelling true story often follows formulaic plotting, it’s still an intriguing, dark and thrilling tale that supported by a phenomenal performance from Lynch.
Bad movie. The plot is uninteresting and unoriginal, the action is slow and cheap, the visual effects are mostly dull and the performances are bland, aside from Perlman.
Downright phenomenal movie. Spike Lee returns to his truest form yet by taking a fascinating true story and adding his blend of hilarious social satire, biting drama and stylish direction that’s supported by phenomenal performances from its cast, especially Washington, Driver and Grace with an ending that is shocking and helps truly land the film’s timely themes and remind audiences these horrendous acts of violence and bigotry are still being committed today.
Near-perfect movie. Full discretion, I was exhausted when I saw this so I was a little distracted and will need a repeat viewing, but this was still an exhilarating, effortlessly stylish, thrilling and action-packed sequel that sets the bar high for the future thanks to an emotionally-driven story offering some of the best character development in the franchise that’s supported by a phenomenal performance from Cruise.