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This list will show you all the time travel movies you will ever want to watch... If that's even possible.
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Alita: Battle Angel (2019)
A+ Visual Effects - C- Performance
Overall this film was a fun adventure film. Plot similar to Divergent and Hunger Games. Where the insignificant girl discovers her hidden power and chooses to overthrow the system and tyrannical hierarchy. And a pretty close story to Astro Boy. Where a boy robot with the mind of a human discovers life below the floating city etc etc etc.
Visual Effects were some of the best in the business. Making the fighting sequences and the flow of robotics look enthralling and natural. It was clear there was a huge focus on making this LOOK fantastic.
Acting was not so pleasant. The main love interest had the look but not the talent to pull of his role. Jennifer Connolly is a great actress, but not in this. Her emotionless delivery was hard to swallow. No matter what is happening, be it tragedy or sadness, she kept the same facial expression. Unmoved by the events that affect her. Most of the other actors were making me cringe. I reckon if given the right dialogue these actors would of flourished. Which brings me to another negative. The dialogue. Cheesy, predictable and boring dribble. And yet the script wasn't all rubbish. The gold planning of the script was splattered with sh** dialogue.
The plot was one that kept you entertained and caused a considerable amount of enjoyment. Some points were predictable but not enough to make me hit myself in the face.
The visual effects carried this film that is for certain.
The Sea of Trees (2015)
Man vs World - In Depth Analysis
The opening shots that setup the main character reveal a sense of man vs world. When he leaves his car, he has left the keys and cards inside telling us he has no intention of returning to the vehicle. We know it is instantly B when he takes no checked baggage. The man vs world is also on display when the lady at the desk struggles to find his ticket on the database. He looks unimpressed but expectant that it was going to happen. Then when he is going through the metal detector, he is stopped even though he is certain he has removed everything metal. Going to the extent of removing his shoes. He is then annoyed by an air hostess who asks him if he wants food when he is clearly resting. When he arrives, he heads straight to a forest and, after glancing into an old car, begins a serious stride of purpose. The trees look as though they are closing in on him and he is leaving the world behind. When he gets to the first sign, we know that there is something not right about this forest. More signs appear prompting the walker to think about their lives and not to end it. His stride continues as he crosses over a no entry barrier. He comes across a dead body, looks upon it and continues with no shock or major reaction. Now we know this is a place people come to die. He perches himself up on a little hump and starts to take pills. At first, he was going to take the lot but now he has decided to take one by one. While this is happening a Japanese man stumbles in front of him crying and muttering. The main character after some hesitation comes to his aid. After sending him on the right direction to get out of the forest. He turns to go back to his hump where his pills are. He then is struck by shock as nothing seems familiar. Then he begins to walk alongside the man. They are almost walking exactly the same with Watanabe's character a little higher and further back. Giving the impression that this is where our main guy will end up if he continues without a way out. When he finally finds a trail and sends ken on his way. He turns back to finish his suicide. But realises that the pills are with ken. When he runs back, he realises that the trail is blocked. As if the forest doesn't want his death to be by his own hands.
An instant flash back showing Mathew and his partner filling up a tank and having an argument in the car. Then they are at a party with other couples. We find out he is an unsuccessful writer and his wife isn't proud of it. They have a fake faced argument in front of the couples and Mathew squeezes her leg. They arrive home and are very distant. They are clearly not happy. The wife is drunk, and he gets her a water. And says what the hell are you doing to us. Flash back ends as ken takes a rest from walking and Mathew sees his cuts on his wrist and patches them up with his clothes. They climb a hill to a shrine. Mathew asks ken why you are doing this why do you want to die. He reply's I dint want to die. I just don't want to live. He then reveals his depression is based on his job. Mathew gets dizzy as the drug kicks in. His clothes are now ripped, and he looks more desperate. Ken questions Mathew on God and Mathew becomes defensive, saying I don't know who the hell you are, but I stopped to help you. Instantly Mathew walks of a cliff and falls far landing in a branch that goes through his waist. Ken climbs down and takes it out. Mathew is saying I don't want your help.
A flashback where Mathew comes home to his wife falling asleep while working. He slowly closes the laptop takes off her glasses and shoes. He then takes off his jacket and puts it over her. This all shoes how much he still loves her. She has left the teapot on and she awakes. A romantic moment slowly turns into a big argument. Revealing the huge tension between loving and being irritated by. He grabs her, and it becomes more elevated. He pegs a wine glass against the wall. The music fades to a softer tone as the wife is left alone and she realises she has a nose bleed. Flashback end. Mathew and ken are walking the tides are turned ken is rational whilst Mathew begins to freak out. Ken hears water and they both rush towards the sound of hope. They start to speak as tho they have hope. The music becomes more paces and there are shots of light following ken as he sees a flower and talks about spirits crossing over. From a distance Mathew sees a body. The person has hung themselves. The music stops, and creaking is heard. The wind picks up. Another flashback shows the wife going in for an MRI holding Mathews hand. As she goes in, they let go. They are told that she has cancer. Then the shot of the professor fading out in the class as his students are struggling to deal with his lack of teaching. He is then grocery shopping and again man vs world a lady has to put a grocery item back exactly where he is standing. Flash back end. Ken and Matthew are dragging their freezing bodies through the forest as it begins to rain. Ken finds shelter in a cave. Suddenly its flooded and they are both thrown out into a muddy terrain. Mathews character looks as though he is fighting to be alive. He sees ken unconscious and gives him mouth to mouth. The forest is giving them what they wanted but they are both now fighting to hold on to life. They find a dead person's tent. And remove the clothes of the dead man. The second time they have done this. Wearing the clothes of the dead to stay alive. In the next flashback Mathew and his wife talking about her treatment that could kill her. He tries to keep her laughing but as the conversation becomes serious, he makes a promise that he will die in a perfect place. She says that deep down we all know when we all will die.
Ken is singing to himself and Mathew has made a fire to stay warm. They have a radio and things are looking up. Mathew still doesn't want to recognise and spiritual aspects of the forest. They share a moment of laughter. The lack of music with the sound of fire crackling and the birds gives a very surreal peaceful feeling. It gets serious as they start to talk about his wife's death. It becomes a therapy session as ken questions Mathew trying to process every wound inside of him.
The Jungle Book (2016)
Enthralling adventurous journey, elevated by prominent voices
This Rudyard Kipling classic was a big task for Jon Favreau with the world watching to see if he would do the story justice. Starting with the aspect of vocal performance, this movie packed an all star cast of which would make any movie buff overly excited. Bill Murray as a friendly bear, Ben Kingsley as a wise panther, Idris Elba as an cunning, evil and strong tiger, Scarlett Johansson as a seductive snake, and Christopher Walken as a greedy singing orangutan. In regards to voice acting this movie deserves applause. although the main (and pretty well only actual actor) Neel Sethi, who plays Mowgli, has a week array of acting skills but I wouldn't expect much more from a child his age. My first thoughts after watching this movie had to do with the obvious message about the relationship between humanity and nature. Humans are viewed as a destructive force that brings destruction wherever they are. This is the fundamental reason Elbas Tiger wants Mowgli dead. The music and songs really emphasised the feel of each scene. Although some would argue that the lack of sound and music created a empty unfulfilling space. I feel as though the 'lack' actually created a more exciting feel. This movie fulfilled every aspect of cinema extraordinaire that i would expect from an adventure film. Favreau has fulfilled this amazing display of a great work and has succeeded in taken audiences on a adventure journey filled with comedy, action and suspense.
Conceptually intriguing, but painfully delivered
The concept surrounding this film was the only reason i was attracted to it. After the concept had been mentally processed the rest was quite awful. This movie was painful to watch in regards to cinematography, acting and music. The cinematography was incredibly cliché and instead of placing the viewers in the current time zone (the desired time zone) it placed us in a post apocalyptic future. The music was extremely hormonal and did not flow well with the sound affects or natural sounds. In a movie that was trying to give off the impression that black people are equal it more as such posed them as psychotic killers (reference: forest fighting scene) in which the music kicks into some Darth Vader evil soundtrack and the African male can be seen stalking the Caucasian men. The acting was extremely teeth grinding to watch. Especially in regard to the voice work. the only decent actor was the young African female. The rest of the cast failed to show any evidence of acting skills.
The Artist (2011)
Brilliant Masterpiece and Experimentally Risky
A brilliant movie. Bringing the film back to its roots created a legitimately respectful movie. A lot of people would struggle trying to watch this movie and i understand where they are coming from. But saying that this movie was a masterpiece. The music was a continuous emotional joyride. The cinematography was old school styled, much like the rest of the movie. The story line is carried well by each character and the feelings and emotions of the main characters are seen and pre- exposed. I really enjoyed this movie and saw the risk that the crew had in making this. They pulled it off as i would recommend this to serious movie watchers.
A Unique Indie Journey, but a little Overrated
The flow of this movie was well illustrated. It was articulated through Oliver's drawings. As the story line progressed and/or he refreshed himself of the past in the flashbacks, the drawings developed. A tale of a man trying to deal with his fathers sexual orientation after the death of his mother, in which he underlyingly accuses his dad of not loving his mother. After discovering that his mother knew from the beginning Oscar softens towards his fathers new lifestyle. It was well built where Oscar is explaining how he remembers his father telling him he was gay, to then explaining his fathers metamorphosis to suite the gay scene, through clothing, friends, general lifestyle and books. When Oscar explains what life was like in certain areas of time, he uses the sun, nature, president and a few others to illustrate the differentiation. Pictures are quickly placed on screen per explanation he gives.Oscars relationship with Anna, tho seemingly beginning in a Hollywood unrealistic style, unraveled into a realistic relationship in which there is always something going wrong but they choose to stay together, eventually. The dog brought a lot to the screen then first thought. The conversations between the dog and Anna & Oscar were brilliant as the dog just hit home with comedy and sometimes deep and meaningful messages. Overall a little overrated but enjoyed the good unique quality of this film.
I really enjoyed this movie. It felt like a legitimate action movie experience. Something that a lot of directors have failed to make these days. Knowing that a large amount of the stunts were done by Tom Cruise certified an authenticity of the genre performance. The mix of some animated sequences and gaming styled scenes were suited very well that it added to the experience of this movie. The music was typical spy music and original soundtracks from Mission Impossible the original. There was also reprises of Nessun Dorma playing under some scenes which always lifted the emotional effect of the chosen scenes. The cinematic work was brilliant for an action movie. It really through the audience into the action. Especially during the chase scenes, the camera work was invigorating. The dramatisation was brilliant with a good mix of comedy and seriousness. Truly hope that they continue with this franchise a little while longer. Overall a great movie with brilliant, all round, cinematic work.
Well Told, Educationally Relevant, and Oscar Deserved
For a movie that was a long time in the writing and forming, this film hit the ground running with brilliance. I am an Australian and was captivated in an educational wave of united states history. I learned a lot through this movie. The acting line up and dramatisation skills were excellent. I can see how Day-Lewis won the Oscar for best actor. There were a couple random pop ups of well known actors that showed their faces for a few moments. Tommy Lee Jones was exceptional as usual. The cinematic work done in this film was well structured and presented to portray certain emotional scenes. There was a lot of effort and skill that went into this movie and I applaud the workers. It truly captivates you in one of the biggest law changes of history.
Famous Faces, Exposing Truth, and Authentic Dramatisation
This movie was the perfect middle point, Hollywood meets CIA. It was intriguing and kept me captivated. Especially since i went into this movie having a high expectation but being very disinterested. Probably because i knew little to nothing about the movie. Due to my Arabic heritage I was immediately engaged in the opening scenes. The fact that the story was based of a true story also captivated me to look into it and give it a chance. The story was all round solid. The casting was brilliant. Famous faces were appearing everywhere, if only sometimes for a little while. They were wonderful actors in simple roles. So much potential, but enjoyed seeing them in it either way. Ben Afflecks acting was blunt and simplistic, but still authentic. Overall a pretty good movie, deserving of a view.
Dallas Buyers Club (2013)
Intriguing, Authentic and Educational
Although there personally was a moral unalignment throughout this movie, i still really liked this movie. There were times where I didn't understand how the plot had developed to that point. Another negative i found was that There was almost to much unneeded sexual exposure. Otherwise i found the rest of the film intriguing and educational. especially in regards to history, aids, HIV, medical procedures and medical proceedings. The acting was all round very good. Obviously Matthew McConaughey was extremely wonderful in his role. he brilliantly captured a desperate man whose world was changing for the worse and couldn't do much to change it. Overall this movie was a brilliant drama that was well deserved of its Oscars.
Enchanting Acting and Powerful Story
Taylor Hackford's 15 year vision finally came into fruition with this amazing movie of Ray. Jamie Foxx's portrayal of Ray Charles Robinson in the title role was powerful and moving. It is great to know that Fox had met Ray Charles multiple times and he even got to play piano with Ray. This made Foxx prime for this role especially considering Foxx's piano and singing abilities. The Oscar Awards associated with this movie, i can't recall at the moment how many it won, were well deserved. This movie outlined the career of a great musician from amazing perspectives. It fitted each element of his life in evenly and flawlessly. Drugs, woman, family, music, loss and pain. The amazing genre reach and breadth of Ray Charles career is covered throughout the movie in its display of the amazing music. Country, jazz, blues, gospel, etc. The most powerful scenes to me personally are found at the end of the movie. The last two scenes. Especially the re- connection that Ray has with his past. Overall this movie was brilliant and I would suggest it to many of my friends and family.
Blue Jasmine (2013)
Epic Dramatisation and Educational in Mental Health, But Withheld Story-line
In watching this movie i immediately noticed the desired educational reach that this movie wanted to expose. Clearly the level of education around mental health disorders were being touched on. Cate Blanchett's performance was beyond amazing. You could see the differentiation between when she was suffering with mental health issues and the flashbacks. This helped to show what was going on inside her head. Every time there was a moment of delusion there would be a flashback. Her performance was definitely Oscar winning. The other actors that amazed me were Andrew Dice Clay, as Augie, and Bobby Cannavale as Chilli. They seemed to really draw me back into the movie when i was slipping into boredom. The 'love' professed between Jasmine and Dwight was not unraveled which made me believe she was lying. It went to a proclamation of love in a matter of moments. I commend Woody Allen for the story but by the end i kind of felt like it was almost a waste of time because she gradually lost people that loved her by living in the past. The last scene in which she is sitting on a bench talking to her self, homeless, made me feel like it was a waste of time. Her character made me think she was a 'female dog'. In the way she used and manipulated people, to the way she disrespected people. I struggled to form any sympathy for her until i was exposed to her 'talking to her self' a few times. Overall, the acting was amazing and the story- line was quirky but a little unattractive. It was educational and exposed viewers to a main character that, unlike most movies, we could not fall in love with. I would suggest this movies to a large amount of my female friends but not my male friends.
The Queen (2006)
Powerful, Yet Bleak
Such a beautifully conducted movie. The acting skills by the entire cast were amazing. Especially Helen Mirren as the Queen. Her performance was definitely Oscar deserved, as she was given. The other major actor that blew me away was Michael Sheen. Who is always great and committed in what he is in. he is brilliant as Tony Blair and i really wanted there to be more scenes with him in them. Cinematography was quite good with a lot of shots carrying a presence to them. As in, placing us in the setting. Something that a movie that is based on a true story should be doing. The merging of real footage with the movie footage was well done with there being, at sometimes, an uncertainty between the present footage and the used footage. The story-line is bleak and leaves a boring sensation at times. Tho I understand that it is based on a true story and over emphasizing for viewers enjoyment could manipulate the level of truth. Overall a beautifully moving movie.
Somewhat Average, But Carried Solidity of Elements
This movie is an Oscar award winning movie in the eyes of the judges. It has a meta-score rating of 96 thus a level of amazement is expected. However, this level of amazement was never reached. The things i enjoyed was the all round solidity of the story-line. The brilliant performance from Paul Giamatti. The use of the camera to portray character internalisations and overall just pretty good cinematography. The topic of wine that the movie seemed to centre on was romantic, nostalgic, and majorly metaphoric. There was a lot of dramatic power used in the implementation of this 'Wine; topic throughout the movie. Negatives of this movie consist of the weakness of the story line. Even tho it was a solid story-line there was too much taken for granted and unexplained, and useless information given. There was a unneeded amount of sexual scenes and graphic images that made this movie seem like 'The Hangover' if it was an intense political drama.
The Last King of Scotland (2006)
Intriguing and Adroit with Effulgent Dramatisation, But Somewhat Unexceptional
Director Kevin Macdonald dives headfirst into a committed style of Hollywood documentary visual style. Something that he is comfortable with as seen in "One Day in September" and "Touching the Void. " McAvoy's boyish acting enhances Garrigan's apolitical foolishness and naivety. It reminds me of the Shakespearean style of story in relation to the doctor's catastrophic failings. On a dramatization note, The acting by Forest Whitaker was exceptional and well deserved for an Oscar. He is astoundingly multifaceted and convincing in his role and you can always feel the emotional response on screen, in real life. I think it carried well and although it was well done there were some unneeded sexual scenes that seemed to have little to no relevance and reason to be in the film. The reason i titled it unexceptional was because there was a sense of amateur production that was carried by the acting and story line. It didn't have the whole picture and even the story didn't unravel with completely conclusive results. Overall, I probably wouldn't watch this again. I would like to see maybe the same story line but done much more seriously.
Son of God (2014)
Beautifully Adapted and Directed, but Dramatically Flat
Upon watching this film i immediately began to compare it to the Passion of The Christ. Unlike The Passion of the Christ, there's no Aramaic with English subtitles. The language used is a brilliant modern take adaptation/translation of the original language. Passion also has a lot of blood. This movie stayed away from gore related scenes and covered them up with great respect. No character feels inauthentic or blown up, but it is quite dramatically flat. There are few actors making much of an impression. Another element i noticed was that this movie seems to be aimed at Christians instead of a movie with the goal of 'reaching the masses'.
Beautifullly Told Story of Overcoming Odds, But Extremely Overrated
This story was well written. There are a large amount of positives with this film. But this film is shockingly overrated. Maybe its because of some form of film patriotism from the U.S? George Clooney and Sandra Bullock Americas sweethearts. As amazing as they were in this movie there is no way that this should have a meta-score rating of 96 with however many hundreds of awards including 7 Oscars. Fun fact: Pretty well 90% of this movie is animated. I am just in utter confusion as to why people find this amazing. If you want a good space movie about overcoming odds go watch Tom Hanks in Apollo 13. This on the other hand is quite average. With so much focus on the negative people may be wondering why i gave it a 7 out of 10. Well as i said before, there are a lot of positives, most of which are produced by the acting skills of Clooney and Bullock. Nevertheless I don't think i would ever watch this movie ever again.
Emotionally Exposing and Brilliantly Formed, Though Morally Unaligned
I went into watching this film with very low expectations. This was due to my knowledge of the movie being placed around the relationship between a computer and a human. Something that i found morally and ethically confronting. As i overlooked that aspect i saw a beautifully constructed story line being told through amazing acting skills. By the end of the movie i was feeling the same pain i had felt when I had lost someone I loved, It had caused an emotional response that had placed me in the characters shoes. Through the unique directing style and brilliant cinematography, through a moral unalignment and beautifully conducted story, this movie has somehow become relatable and unraveled an emotional roller coaster that has received my utmost respect and praise.
Emotionally Confronting and Beautifully Told, With Minor Inconclusiveness
This movie has some beautiful, tear reaching moments. It played out so invitingly. By this I mean that the story places us in Precious' head and we begin to see her dreams and hallucinations. She has this inner spark which makes her keep fighting. A lot of the time i was frustrated at her mother but felt sorry for her at the same. The stair case scene, where the mother is hurling abuse at Precious, is a viscous scene to sit through. The words the mother spoke were like sharp swords that pierced hearts. It made me feel sick. Mariah Carey's character was beautifully played. It gave me a glimpse of her acting potential. The teacher and the class seemed to be the source of Precious' metamorphosis into a confident woman that could stand up for her children and against her mother. Overall this movie seemed to be building up to something powerful, and although it was touching and heart throbbing, with beautifully played characters, i still believe that the climax, if any, was either to short, or to close to the end.
So close to getting an 8.
American Hustle (2013)
Directionally and Dramatically Exceptional, But Seemingly Overrated
The original reason I decided to rent this movie out and watch it, was because of the extraordinary casting and the award nominations and winning streaks. The quirky style of David O. Russell reminded me of what could have happened if Hollywood had of mashed the Godfather with Lincoln Lawyer and Jersey Boys, and got it directed by Baz Luhrmann. The majority of characters were played with a huge amount of talent. Jennifer Lawrence, tho i thought the casting was weird, really did a great job at pulling of a psychotic woman. She frightened me. The casting did however make me feel like Russel had just mixed the castings of The Fighter with Silver Linings Playbook. Loved Jeremy Renner's performance as usual and found that Bradley Cooper came across as bi-polar. Christian Bale plays a character a lot more unique than what i'm used to seeing him in, but still has a lot of similarities to other characters played by him. Amy Adams played a predictable character that didn't shock me at all nor did her performance cause any sense of surprise.
I think this movie is overrated. Sure it has a lot going for it but most of that is wasted potential. Still really enjoyed the movie.
An Inconvenient Truth (2006)
Educational, yet Inconclusive and Potentially Misleading
Educationally this documentary intrigued me and fulfilled somewhat of a knowledge gap in my understanding of the topic, Global Warming. Some people criticize this documentary as being more of a political campaign than an educational warning. I would argue against this statement but offer the thought provoking question of 'should this not be a political campaign?'
As many other reviews have stated, this documentary touches on multiple mentally stimulating opinions and facts, but overall fails to provide complete evidence of all statements made. Especially in regards to the information provided around the 'exclusive' studies discussed. Who are the 'friends' and 'small groups of scientists' that gathered this data? One investigative element when determining what is correct or incorrect is the ability to acknowledge the source as being trustworthy or not. In this regard the majority of studies, polls or pictures do not provide a source, logically provoking the assumption that all evidence has been tampered with in some way, to manipulate the desired result and influence on the presentation.
Elements of the documentary that i found extremely inessential were the cuts about Al Gore's life. It seemed irrelevant and frustrated me when the attempt to connect it with the presentation failed immensely. Which occurred in the majority of the cut scenes, creating a sense of scenic segregation (the feeling of watching two different documentaries mashed together).
Unlimited Potential, But Contained Amateur Dramatisation
I loved watching this and although I knew it was a failed pilot, i was still quickly overwhelmed by the huge sense of adventure in the story. Although this may have been made in a seemingly amateur style, I still believe that this show should have continued. The potential story's are endless. This left many questions unanswered as episodes should do as it makes you crave the next episode, thus there needs to be more. Call me inexperienced if you must but, I have not come across the whole idea of a ripple machine before. I always hated the whole uneasiness of movies with concepts of time travel where people go back in time for a certain reason and end up doing whatever they possible can to achieve the desired outcome. Then they return to their original time and only their desired result has occurred. I'm sure there should have been millions of ripples after the destruction they had caused. But this show tackles that problem implementing a true-sight backdrop for all ripples in time allowing the time travelers to know precisely the consequences of their actions.
Overall this film was intriguing and adventurously fun.
Black Swan (2010)
Overall Disturbing, Yet Dramatically Unique and Prolific
Although I can see why Natalie Portman won an Oscar for her role in this, I still do not agree that the hype, stating that this movie is beyond amazing, is correct.
The movie is created in a seemingly unique style that makes its home safely in both genres of thriller and drama. There was no obvious holes in the storyline and the movie seemed to flow well. But it is hard sometimes to determine the differentiation between her hallucinations and reality, leaving confused time-lines. The stereotypes used in this moves made the storyline too predictable. The only character that surprised me was the mother. She did not indulge in the common dancer-mother-dictator stereotype overused in most films, which provided me with some relief. Her acting was also one of the highlights. The amalgamation of a determined control freak mother and a caring worried mother. To prove my point, if she was to portray the overused stereotype then she would have forced her daughter to go to the opening night. Probably the biggest moment for her daughter, but she chose her care over her pride and kept her in bed, calling her daughter in sick. Finally the aspect of sexual promiscuity was definitely not needed. It added a sickening feel to this film that made me very eerie.
Even though this movie left me feeling rather ill, I acknowledge that their was a dramatic creativity and powerful character movement throughout the storyline. Evident through the bipolar transformation of Portmans character.
This Means War (2012)
Morally and Ethically Unsound
What destroyed this movie for me was the dialogue that degraded the term relationship. Morally and ethically this movie disgusted me. Especially in regard to the best friend of Lauren, Trish. She stated that dating two guys was perfectly fine. She stated that having sex with both guys could help Lauren choose between them. She then offered to sleep with them if she wouldn't, even though she was married. Her character made me punch my television. Morally and ethically disgusting. When both men meet in the restaurant and begin to brawl, Lauren is in the bathroom. After she returns to seem them lying on the ground discussing their friendship she thinks she has been played. She says the next sentence, which made me jump out of my seat and hurl abuse at her through the screen... "I trusted you". Well excuse me, you were the one that wanted to have sex with them to choose one. You were the one that implemented an affair. You were the one that caused the brawl. There is only one word for her character and it can be defined as being promiscuous with multiple people.
There were some positives though, Tom Hardy, Til Schweiger and Chris Pine are amazing at their characters. It has a happy ending. The action is pretty good. These facts saved this movie from being a total flop and getting a rating of 2.