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    You wouldn't have if they didn't change the entire second half of the movie lol

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    So, I watched 'No Escape' last night with my wife. First, I think Owen Wilson does surprisingly well in serious roles. With that said, holy cow was that movie intense. I went into it thinking it wasn't going to be that great and wasn't really sure what to expect. It had me on edge just about the whole time. What a brutal and intense movie. Much more intense if you have children. Whew. That one caught me off guard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TravelinJack View Post
    So, I watched 'No Escape' last night with my wife. First, I think Owen Wilson does surprisingly well in serious roles. With that said, holy cow was that movie intense. I went into it thinking it wasn't going to be that great and wasn't really sure what to expect. It had me on edge just about the whole time. What a brutal and intense movie. Much more intense if you have children. Whew. That one caught me off guard.
    I agree. I loved it.. One of his best films!
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    Viewed "Free Fire" yesterday. At 90 minutes, it might be considered short; but it actually was tedious at a few points.
    I love the 70's setting, clothes, etc. Wasn't so pleased with the several thick accents (Irish, South African Brit, British, Boston/East coast). The accents are fine, but trying to understand their English was challenging and led to several things I'm sure I missed.

    Shifting alliances among the trapped gunners and a few funny parts, but like some parlor murder mysteries, this one wasn't tough to figure out.
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    10+ men shooting it out, and only one woman-you figure it out.


    3/6 beers. It would have made a perfect 1 hour movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randall Flagg View Post
    Viewed "Free Fire" yesterday. At 90 minutes, it might be considered short; but it actually was tedious at a few points.
    I love the 70's setting, clothes, etc. Wasn't so pleased with the several thick accents (Irish, South African Brit, British, Boston/East coast). The accents are fine, but trying to understand their English was challenging and led to several things I'm sure I missed.

    Shifting alliances among the trapped gunners and a few funny parts, but like some parlor murder mysteries, this one wasn't tough to figure out.
    Spoiler:
    10+ men shooting it out, and only one woman-you figure it out.


    3/6 beers. It would have made a perfect 1 hour movie.
    Completely agree with everything you said. There's a lot of wasted potential here. Some really good talent involved. Personally, I'm not sold on Ben Wheatley as a filmmaker. I haven't seen all of his films, but Kill List was just okay and High-Rise was an interesting idea, with poor execution.

    My biggest problem with Free Fire was that you really don't get a sense of space. People are constantly shooting at each other, but you really have no idea who's shooting at whom. The biggest disappointment is Brie Larson. I thought she completely mailed this one in. Not a terrible film, but it could have been great in the right hands.

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    Cell (2016)

    One out of Five.

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    That was absolute trash.

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