I'm glad I didn't read any review or hear a persons opinion before watching this. Not so easy nowadays.
This is one of those films where everything falls into place, each aspect of filmmaking. That is the reason you're not bored for even a second in these 2 hours and 49 minutes. The superb mix of drama, action, comedy and existential philosophy makes sure you don't.
Again, Matthew McConaughey steals the show. You almost feel sorry for all the other…
I think the title couldn't be better!
It really stays with you after you leave the cinema and a lot of people that saw it are talking about it.
I see what Glazer is trying to do here but 'm not sure if he succeeded entirely. I don't think it is that unsettling mirror on humanity we see, that the director intended.
None the less, it has some very good scenes. The baby on the beach, the threatening vibe you…