Mundanity builds to almost unbearable tension, but this isn’t an action movie. It’s a drama grounded in emotional realism thanks to the Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s intense empathy and vulnerable humanity.
A lazy, insulting xerox of better movies about Liam Neeson growling into cell phones at enigmatic villains. Devoid of tension and mystery, and rife with plotholes that derail the trip.
Too long and too same-old, and even Liam Neeson’s effortless tough-guy charm can only carry this familiar-feeling film so far.
I’m almost loathe to share Scoot McNairy, cuz he’s been my secret boyfriend since Monsters and I kinda don’t want all your lascivious eyes all over him.
What is the collective noun for a large quantity of pizzas?
There’s a delicious cleverness to this very silly but very entertaining flick.
God help me, but I’m actually looking forward to this.
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