Video game developer in Oakland California
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Perfect in tone, with enough tension to keep building relentlessly even after the initial premise had been squared away, and enough levity to keep it in the spirit of fun, old-fashioned thrillers.
Mary Elizabeth Winstead doesn't get enough credit for being able to take weird projects and just nail the tone perfectly. John Goodman has done variations of this character so many times that you'd think there'd be no surprise left, but it's still harrowing wondering when he's going to…