A slow burn that just keeps lingering. Watched it two days ago and I still can't stop thinking about it. Phenomenal acting from everyone involved.
When du Pont shoots Schultz... it's one of the best scenes I have seen in a very long time. It hits so hard that I'm still trying to understand it. I knew exactly what was coming but it got to me anyway. Every time a shot rang out I jumped in my seat. I think it's the masterful building of dread and then everything hits so hard in a flash and it's gone again. So cold.
Since I seriously started getting into movies somewhere around 6 years ago this has been my most anticipated movie ever. The only way to describe how fantastic it is, is to simply say that it not only lived up to my expectations but it rocked them and surpassed them and waved hello the second go around said expectations.
It would be impossible to get around to everything that is perfect here so I'll just mention a couple of standout things…