I watch a lot of movies.
Of very similar high quality to the first installment, Krasinski again shows a deft hand from the director's chair. Excellent cinematography and quick but deliberate pacing, strong tension building, and a perfect feel of what needs to be in the movie and what doesn't. The movie refuses to overstay its welcome and again comes to a close at a perfect moment to leave you wanting more.
Really enjoyed how it began. Always a sucker for some hopelessly cynical and depressing reflections on reality. Once they get to the first destination I was still enjoying in the way that you enjoy watching something squirm under a microscope. After that things start going off into what I felt were pretentious musings on a manner of different topics that seemed to stray from the central narrative.
Then there's a nice interpretive dance which I quite liked but also cemented…