Great performances, great script, great direction.
Pieced together really well, unfolding at nice pace that made the 2 hours fly by. I heard of the names, but I had no idea of what went down.
I'm a sucker for a good courtroom drama.
You know what, after watching it again, this time in the theaters on the big screen with heated reclining seats, I could better wrap my head around what this movie is trying to accomplish.
The flick could be better, but I see what they were aiming for, and the large screen format amplified that.
Upping my original rating by half a star.
I wanted to like this movie because I am a big fan of director Leigh Whannell's last movie "Upgrade". 15 minutes into the movie, I felt I was in good hands. I REALLY like this movie.
The Invisible Man is a psychological thriller that has a particular goal in mind, and manages to accomplish it incredibly well. Elisabeth Moss plays Cecilia, a young woman who is in a destructive relationship with her millionaire boyfriend Adrian. She makes an escape plan…
An amazing achievement in story telling. Sam Mendes has some brass ones to attempt to tell this story that on the surface has a simple premise, but is incredibly complicated.
Two soldiers during World War One have to deliver a message to another platoon to stop the soldiers from walking into a trap. Their journey is met with multiple situations that could easily be their deaths, but they everything they can to stay on the mission.
Sam Mendes decided to…