Could've been 4 hours long and it would still be an enjoyable movie for me. It feels so real with those three great actors. They portrayed the feelings very realistic.
Surprisingly, it was more bearable to watch those 4 idiots in the movie rather than in the epic series. I guess the eccentric side of the daily British life of teenagers was less appealing than these vacation days with foreigners. Eh, maybe it's the pandemic psychology speaking for me. I don't know. There are two things I know:
1- The British way of explaining absolute anything with colourful words is a sheer delight even it is McKenzie, not Hugh Grant.…
Not an original story but can't get bored watching Liam Neeson trying to figure out what happened to him. Also a great practice for him to get used to hearing lots of Turkish before Taken 2 even though "STOP" shouts with a very low volume from fake Turkish cops are never the same with Turkish taxi driver talking about his daily life in a German influenced accent.
Beautiful Diane Kruger is a lovely bonus. However, it looked like she'd been waiting for Fatih Akın to take this film seriously.