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This movie was fun tot watch, had great humor, perfect writing and story development and great value of entertainment. Overall it is in my opinion an under appreciated movie.
The acting was great with big fully professional cast. The directing was great, and all the scenes had a reflection of the character's feelings, with amazingly shot scenes and good cinematography. The humor was sometimes dark, and never felt awkward or dragging. Great writing with a script that always had tension conflict and fun, and didn't have any pacing issue also due to the fact that it created great immersion.
At the core of the competitive spirit of the game lies a hearth warming message that was delivered in style paired with a great but sad conclusion.
Overall it's a very good movie which is also based on true events.
This movie felt like an average reboot of a very good heist trilogy, where only the cast and the story twists was performing well.
The Ocean's movies always had good casts and this is no exception. The actors did a great job impersonating their characters and the great and soft complex script complemented their skills very well.
The directing was average and nothing to really talk about there, except for the fact that the screen-time for certain scenes felt to long or too short.
The story was really a cheesy one, with a vendetta, pride and greed at the core of it, which was nothing fresh and unseen before. It just wasn't the masterpiece as the other ocean's movie set out to be.s
Also as the story unfolded most of the events felt like it had no stakes, like the vigilante protagonists had no competition or no real antagonists. The guys that where supposed to be the antagonists where scripted to be a bunch of irrational losers.
So overall it was an above average movie the sadly did not deliver on the level of detail and entertainment that the other movies raised the bar for. It is a good heist movie, but and above average movie in general value. Also there was no real message in the story and the ending was to corny for most of he general viewers.
This movie felt like the son of jackass on steroids, without the really next level crazy cast. The performance of the actors was really great and felt real believable even for the tension filled and emotional scenes. Nothing out of the ordinary but still pretty good.
The directing was really heavy on the practical shooting and did every single stunt in real life with added safety measures. And for most of the time there weren't even stunt doubles, and for this hats off to Johnny Knoxville for still being able to pull of some crazy things to hurt himself just to entertain.
For this the entertainment value of the movie was good and overall it was fun to watch, the only bad thing about the movie was the cheesy script and sometimes cliche story. Due to this the immersion sometimes was broken. The bi-linear story-line felt too simple and to generic for most viewers even though the rest of the movie was executed with style and care.
Overall it's an above average movie with a great production crew and humor filled scenes, even though the humor did not shine as much as expected. At the core the movie has a sweet message but sadly it was delivered in the cheesy way.
This movie felt like an amazing concept with great actors that did not deliver sufficient entertainment and immersion. The acting was good though, really great emotional moments and reactions, but it wasn't award winning movie carrying performance though. The directing was average, nothing out of the ordinary. The best part though was that the characters interacted in a unique way, like it was a free for all, and that added a nice enjoyment to it. The writing was to simple, and not to overactive, like it really felt with these characters that the writing and twists and turns could have been so much better and with more depth.
Overall it was an above average action movie, with great melee combat scenes, but nothing extra other than that. Sadly it could have been a lot better.
This movie felt like a real try hard futuristic soft horror, on which it delivered perfectly. The acting was really good, and the Tom Hardy looking Logan M. Green did a great job on delivering a fully human, and later realistically robot like movement based character. The directing was great with a fresh feel to the dialog and script and with the amazingly executed action scenes and the character focused steady cam movement. Also the story unfold in very unpredictable twists, giving it more entertainment value overall. The visuals looked really good on such a medium budgeted movie, and the sound effects where quality as well. It delivers on every aspect for it to be a good movie, but does not over perform. Nothing works together in an overly good fashion. The message of the movie has something to say, but sadly it doesn't help that this message's market is oversaturated.
Overall it's good movie, but with more detail, immersion and certain thing done better could have been an amazing one.