A spectacular, heart-stopping adventure that has you catching your breath and gasping in shock. See it in IMAX 3D for an enrapturing you-are-there feeling.
Clichéd, obvious, and tired. We’ve seen this story so many times before, but rarely with such a lack of appreciation for just how unheroic its “hero” is.
Noirish 1950s cynicism meets nasty 1970s Corman-esque exploitation in a thriller that is uncomfortable, unpleasant, unforgiving, and pretty darn brilliant.
Jake Gyllenhaal meets his doppelgänger — or maybe it’s also him — and they argue over whether they are secretly fucking each other’s female property.
Two movies about a man who discovers he has an identical double, and the identical double is up to no good. Is someone trying to drive movie lovers crazy?
Please see this movie. We need to let Hollywood know that there is, in fact, an audience for sophisticated drama for adults.
I am deeply concerned about the fact that one character is called “Detective Loki.”
David Ayer has pulled off an all-new LAPD cop action drama with a vibrancy so electric that the screen seems to sing from the film’s opening moments, and keeps ringing long after the film ends.
I am very much looking forward to this, and fully expect it to be the same sort of brutal, depressing shit about rampant corruption and general awfulness that David Ayer always brings.
@Just_Celini noted that it’s odd that we hadn’t yet gazed at Jake Gyllenhaal. Odd, indeed. So here he is in all his glory…