Everyone used flippant terms for dirty work.
Right off the bat, I’d like to say that the trailer didn’t look too appetizing. I loved the film, Hannah Arendt (2012) which delved more into the philosophical implications of Adolf Eichmann’s Nazi war crimes.
Oscar Isaac is one of the producers. He’s a great actor, even in this. However, a lot of the tension felt forced. I was genuinely concerned a couple of times. Other times, it felt like they were following some formula.
However, it ended up being alright. The acting was good. Ben Kingsley felt strangely out of place, but I warmed up to his performance toward the end.
Alexandre Desplat’s score made this film more than just tolerable.
This is the 302nd film I’ve seen using Movie Pass.
-Beef and cheese featured.