If you came here for the usual, hyped up nonsense, think again.
This is different. I'm sorry. It will be okay.
It is too true to be tucked away in a tiny little box.
It is an action film but honestly, I fast forwarded through most of it. It is Verrrrrry slow. Unnecessarily slow. Like, I get it, create a mood. But what people want is a story, not 40 minutes of a mood. Oh, wait, no they're okay with that as long as this is not the subject. In other action flicks, we are enjoying the exact same scenes with other pro/ antagonists. This is not fantasy enough. It's the truth. For a lot of people who aren't out there living that J Bourne lifestyle. It's very real.
This reminded me of two other easy-like-Sunday-morning films; the 1998 neo-noir thriller "Twilight" (with Paul Newman and Reese Witherspoon) and "Ghost Writer" (a Roman Polanski trick with Ewan McGregor and Pierce Brosnan).
Though they are not in the same class.
On one hand, I am grateful anytime film producers choose NOT to add go-faster stripes to their story to make it juicier, slicker, gorier, funnier, darker, etc. etc. etc. with side stories and eccentric, funky characters. So I'm glad they kept it minimal and elegant and truthful.
On the other hand, this does need to get to the end a little sooner. Or maybe I'm just saying that because culturally, we have not yet handled this topic???
Love the end. Such a great scene. Says it all, really.
Oh, if you didn't like this, then DEF don't watch "Moonlight", which won an Academy Award 2017, nominated for Best Actress in Supporting Role, nominated for Best Achievement in directing, editing, cinematography, won Golden Globe, won Oscar/ Best adapted screenplay, won best Visually Striking film for 2017, etc, etc, etc...
yeah, don't see that either. Go back to your Disney products.