They/He. Aspiring artist and filmmaker, full-time dork, part-time gamer and casual lobster thermidor snatching wench.
Unfortunately quite disappointed by this film after such a promising trailer. Some solid performances sadly wasted on an unfocused script, and uninspired direction.
The cinematography and editing were also at constant odds with each other. Very obviously trying to replicate Malick but it could have worked if they committed to it and let it be more loose and lyrical in its structure, instead of resorting to standard editing fare.
The cast did the best with what they had but sadly it couldn’t elevate the underwhelming character work or provide emotional weight when it was alluded to.
Rarely do we see films of this scale and it's a miracle that Nolan is one of the few directors whose work always feels like an event. This is easily among his best but not without its detractions here and there yet it never manages to outweigh the tremendous highs throughout.
The cast were brilliant with Washington taking command from the moment he opens on screen until his final scene, channeling an agent determined to ensure the safety of his…