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Literally a perfect movie for what it is.
The villain is outstanding, the acting is superb, the characters are fun.
If you have enjoyed ANY of the Marvel films, you need to see this movie.
A fun thriller that keeps you a bit on-edge.
In case anyone isn't aware, the entire movie was shot by Soderbergh on Iphones. For this reason, you will see a lot of day-for-night shots and strange angles. However, this movie provides a solid block of entertainment.
The acting is workable and their are sequences that produce genuine thrills without the cheap use of jump scares. A huge recommendation for anyone looking to get their blood pumping in the theater.
A complete disservice to the first. This second installation is making sure that there won't be a third. The acting was painful at times and the only one who was able to stand out among the crowd was John Boyega. He would frequently act circles around everyone else in a scene.
There hasn't been giants fighting that has been this boring since the latest Transformers movie. The action is bland and as forgetful as the entire plot. Stay far away from this movie, even if you were a huge fan of the first one. The only reason to sit in the theater is if you get the ticket for free. This isn't because the movie is horrendous, but it commits the cardinal sin: It is just plain boring.
Definitely an enjoyable movie.
If you are one of the people who LOVES action and hates, "the boring taking parts," stay FAR away from this movie.
The acting was pretty spectacular. The small cast and small setting really add a lot to the ambiance. The cinematography is stellar, especially their work with windows. The comedic lines hit almost 100% of the time.
My biggest problem was that the "twist" was somewhat predictable. Aside from that, a solid movie to see alone and with a quiet attentive audience.
This was one of the most baffling bad movies I've ever seen in a movie theater.
I want to start by saying that yes: the acting is terrible. The real-life heroes play themselves but that is the least of the problems in this "film."
Clint Eastwood has gone off the rails with this one. With cringe-worthy dialogue and painful performances from all of the real actors, this movie left me with one conclusion, which I will get to later.
Of the more baffling moments, there is a 20 minute sequence of the heroes traveling around Europe. All they do in this sequence is take selfies and order gelato. Nothing of any significance happens throughout this period of the movie.
Honestly, the only redeeming quality of this movie is that these heroes got to take another trip to Europe. The scenes were clearly shot on location and allowed these guys to have an amazing vacation.
This should have never been a nationwide release. Stay FAR away from this movie.