140 minutes of nothing but the feelings of burden and despair, not one joyful moment, and a series of events where it just gets sadder and sadder.
This failed to get to me. I think it’s fun and daring, and I like that but the dialogue needs improvement.
The story comes off a little vague because the characters plans and motive weren’t clear enough. They aren’t likeable, and you can’t find a reason to root for them to win. The last shot of Sue Ramirez would have been more impactful if we’ve gotten to know her character better. It was already strong and fitting but it just wasn’t enough.