Pretty damn fun. Colin Farrell and Anton Yelchin are fucking great, the action is pretty fun as well. However, the really dated 2011 CGI looks god awful now, especially in the end, overall however, good time.
Not nearly as bad as I thought it would be, granted I have a soft spot for seth Rogen comedies. This feels like a toned down R-Rated movie, so in a parallel universe, 12 year olds are praising this and not deadpool.
Will probably one of the few people who dug this. While not without flaws, it is a very interesting character study and take on the gangster genre. This will definitely have a cult following, I can feel it.
While it is great value the raid, it is still a damn fine balls to the wall action movie that only gives you moments to breathe. The action is fucking great (especially that long take), everything else I can live without.
Pretty fun. First 10 minutes have a bit too much CGI for my liking (like holy fuck that fake torso looked like shit), other than that incredibly solid. Hope universal rereleases this so I can see it in theaters (but that most likely won't happen).
Probably my least favorite favorite best picture nominee this year. Very bland and boring up until the end of third act.
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