🌈 adrian’s review published on Letterboxd:
High tension bolstered by sleek camerawork and incredible sound — think Sicario, but greener. And rainier. And a lot more gunfights (all superb, at that).
We’re treated to thicc Affleck who’s in top form, delivering a morally complex character that’s surprisingly good; Oscar Isaac, suave and badass as all hell, sporting a sprint and demeanour that would make Tom Cruise think twice. Oscar as an action lead never crossed my mind but he’s clearly a natural.
It’s a ton of seriously well-made fun. Rallying the old gang for one last job has been done to death but rarely by a talent like Chandor, and very seldom with a cast of this dramatic range.