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The UnPopular Opinion: Sicario

04.07.2016

THE UNPOPULAR OPINION is an ongoing column featuring different takes on films that either the writer HATED, but that the majority of film fans LOVED, or that the writer LOVED, but that most others LOATHED. We're hoping this column will promote constructive and geek fueled discussion. Enjoy!

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It has been four years since I took over writing this column and in that time I have endured the accusations of being a troll and writing these reviews simply to get a rise out those who read them. I swear up and down that each and every one of these is my sincere and honest opinion, unpopular or not. Sometimes many of you agree with me and other times you rip me a new one. In celebration of my 100th UnPopular Opinon, I am tackling a film that many listed as amongst their favorites of 2015. I am here to tell you all that not only is SICARIO one of the most overrated films of the last year but it is also one of the most overrated films of all time. Hitting triple digits on entries in this column will not be resulting in any pulled punches or half measures. Time to rip Denis Villeneuve's film apart for the mediocre and boring film that it is.

To start, I will say that I am a big fan of Villeneuve's work. When it was announced that he would take on BLADE RUNNER 2, I thought it was a brilliant choice. Villeneuve's films may not instantly cry out sci-fi noir, but his composition and tone setting are perfectly suited to carry on Ridley Scott's vision. Both INCENDIES and ENEMY are claustrophobic and Kafka-esque while PRISONERS is by far one of the best films of the last ten years. But with SICARIO, I cannot help but feel that the film is empty. Yes, Roger Deakins provides some stunning cinematography that was deserving of the recognition that always comes with Deakins work, but the movie overall just rings hollow and doesn't seem to be big enough to capture the massive scope of the story it is trying to tell. Villeneuve and director Steven Soderbergh share a lot of qualities as filmmakers, but where Soderbergh's TRAFFIC succeeded, SICARIO fails.

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SICARIO tells a story similar in vein to the short-lived FX series The Bridge. That series, starring Diane Kruger and Demián Bichir, followed both sides of the crime and drugs moving between Mexico and the United States. Specifically centered in the city of Juarez, the show suffered from too much melodrama and too slow of a pace. But, by giving us a balanced look at both sides of the border, The Bridge delivered where SICARIO does not. When your story is about a war on a concept rather than a specific enemy, you have to really try to anchor your tale in some way. We are meant to follow Emily Blunt's character of Kate Macer as she becomes more involved in a task force aiming to take down a major drug cartel. It sounds like the perfect stuff for a big screen feature, but this is a Denis Villeneuve production which means the scale becomes focused on key characters. In this case it is Blunt, Josh Brolin, and Benicio Del Toro. All three are excellent actors and bring some stellar work to this film but the movie itself just doesn't work.

If you think about the best moments in SICARIO, you can likely name a handful of scenes. These are undoubtedly some masterfully executed sequences but likely not encompassing of the entire film. If I had to name the most memorable scenes I would include the opening raid, Blunt's violent date with Jon Bernthal, the nighttime raid, and the scene involving Benicio Del Toro and the dinner table. All are perfect examples of cinema of the highest order, but purely from a technical standpoint. The problem is SICARIO wants us to pay attention but doesn't give us anything to pay attention to. Yes, it is driven by a realistic approach to the material and has some truly impressive special effects shots you likely didn't even know were there, but the parts of the movie that truly hooked viewers are all centered on Del Toro's mysterious Alejandro Gillick. It is no wonder that Del Toro will be the focus of the sequel to SICARIO while everything else is left behind.

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Not all films have to be social commentaries or responsible to the material they are presenting. But, when your movie presents itself as unlike other films telling similar stories, you have to live up to the label of at least being unique. Where Villeneuve's PRISONERS took a gut-wrenching plot and twisted it into a knot before slowly unraveling in the most Hitchcockian manner, SICARIO ties up plot threads into a similar knot and yet doesn't do anything with it. We begin the tale introducing Emily Blunt to this world and it finishes with her more nihilistic and defeated that at the start. On one hand, that could be the intended message SICARIO wanted to express, but is it the right one? The film switches so quickly between action thriller to political investigation that it becomes almost impossible as a viewer to give a shit about the fates of anyone on screen. The biggest problem with SICARIO is also the best part of the movie: Benicio Del Toro.

If I were to rank the greatest movie scenes of the last twenty years, the dinner table scene would be right in there. Hell, I may include it if I were ranking the last fifty years. Del Toro's character is a deeply wounded person whose scars have healed and given him a numbness that makes him both relatable and terrifying. He is like Liam Neeson in TAKEN crossed with Jack Bauer from 24. The title of the film is SICARIO, which means hitman, and yet we spend almost two hours waiting to see how the title truly relates to the movie we are watching only to have it unfold as a secondary plot device. I have seen so much critical praise heaped on SICARIO that I was positive there was no way it could suck. Unfortunately, it does. This is not a slight on the technical achievements or the acting in any way. It is primarily a shortcoming of the writers and ultimately the director who executed the film that should have ended up very differently.

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Some of you may find it difficult to understand how I can praise a film in so many ways and yet still say it is a bad movie, but I can name quite a few others that fall into the same category. James Cameron's TITANIC is a monumental achievement in film history, but it is not a very good movie. SICARIO is a film that was praised and lauded and hit countless top ten lists but it is also a film that will quickly fade from memory of movie fans and critics. We will talk about SICARIO when Del Toro appears in STAR WARS: EPISODE VIII as an example of his acting caliber. We will mention it when Emily Blunt slums it in THE HUNTSMAN: WINTER'S WAR. What we will not do is talk about the movie as a whole. SICARIO is a collection of good elements strung together between quite a few tedious and mediocre ones. That in itself should disqualify it from being considered one of the best movies of last year.

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2:59PM on 04/08/2016

nope

As a resident of El Paso, and someone who drives by Juarez every day, and lived here during the Cartel wars going on, I found this movie to be pretty spot on. There is a manufacturing plant (actually there's a crap load of them) that's owned by a Chinese company here in Juarez. My father in-law is an accountant for the company. Anyway, the Chinese sent some folks out to check out the plant and make sure everything was good-to-go. The day they showed up, they drove past the bridge that had two
As a resident of El Paso, and someone who drives by Juarez every day, and lived here during the Cartel wars going on, I found this movie to be pretty spot on. There is a manufacturing plant (actually there's a crap load of them) that's owned by a Chinese company here in Juarez. My father in-law is an accountant for the company. Anyway, the Chinese sent some folks out to check out the plant and make sure everything was good-to-go. The day they showed up, they drove past the bridge that had two bodies hanging from it (with my father in-law driving). They did a u-turn and went right back to the airport and went home. They sold the plant last year. Thousands of people died that year. This movie is but a glimpse into the harsh reality that these people lived and died through. While I appreciate your opinion on the film, I don't agree. I was sweating through my seat during some of the more intense scenes. The ending was magnificent. Wasn't it JoBlo that gave it a 10 out of 10? Some movies just don't belong in the column.
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10:54PM on 04/08/2016
The site gave it 10/10, but that was from a different writer.

And I'm not questioning authenticity. The reveal of Benicio's identity should have been what set up the climax at least if not in the middle of the film. The reveal should not have been the climax itself. It's a question of story structure.
The site gave it 10/10, but that was from a different writer.

And I'm not questioning authenticity. The reveal of Benicio's identity should have been what set up the climax at least if not in the middle of the film. The reveal should not have been the climax itself. It's a question of story structure.
4:59AM on 04/08/2016
See it a second time or read about it after seeing it. There's a lot more going on in this film than the average filmgoer (me included) can catch the first time around. Hell, I only understood afterwards why Blunt's character was so useless throughout the movie, despite being the protagonist. That alone is a twist that unearths so much about the world she got hurled in and the seedy characters that dwell in it.
See it a second time or read about it after seeing it. There's a lot more going on in this film than the average filmgoer (me included) can catch the first time around. Hell, I only understood afterwards why Blunt's character was so useless throughout the movie, despite being the protagonist. That alone is a twist that unearths so much about the world she got hurled in and the seedy characters that dwell in it.
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10:26PM on 04/07/2016

Yep

This movie was bad because like The Walking Dead this season, the main character made unfathomable decisions. She was new to the team but continued to ignore the advice of the people she made her bed with. Don't go to the bank, don't go down the tunnel, don't point a gun at someone on your side. Don't become a "RAT". You work in a world that has no set rules, but you have obvious parameters and results. You are dealing with people who go beyond ruthless (just like The Walking Dead) and poor
This movie was bad because like The Walking Dead this season, the main character made unfathomable decisions. She was new to the team but continued to ignore the advice of the people she made her bed with. Don't go to the bank, don't go down the tunnel, don't point a gun at someone on your side. Don't become a "RAT". You work in a world that has no set rules, but you have obvious parameters and results. You are dealing with people who go beyond ruthless (just like The Walking Dead) and poor decisions have only deadly consequences. Like Blunt's character decision to continue while questioning every decision made by the more seasoned members instead of leaving and saving herself from those members and or the bad guys she just keeps going deeper down a path that can only end in tragedy for one side or the other. One rule you should never break is don't tell a group who has a hitman as a member that you are going to go public and put their lives and careers in jeopardy and expect not to in deep shite. She like TWD just kept making terrible, dumb, and deadly bad decisions. Oh and don't take up smoking again after you quit....it will kill you.
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6:14PM on 04/07/2016
I generally skip this column because no matter how many times you swear up and down, I still say you're trolling the majority of the time. But this movie I agree with you. It was beautifully put together, but it was meh. Perhaps it felt empty because Emily Blunt's character had a chance to grow and didn't. Maybe that makes it more real? I dunno, but yeah, I would say worth a watch, but it's meh.
I generally skip this column because no matter how many times you swear up and down, I still say you're trolling the majority of the time. But this movie I agree with you. It was beautifully put together, but it was meh. Perhaps it felt empty because Emily Blunt's character had a chance to grow and didn't. Maybe that makes it more real? I dunno, but yeah, I would say worth a watch, but it's meh.
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6:04PM on 04/07/2016

Haters suck balls

People who agree are scientifically proven to be dumb...can't argue worth science
People who agree are scientifically proven to be dumb...can't argue worth science
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7:10PM on 04/07/2016
Dude - get a grip. People disagree over movies and the world doesn't end.
Dude - get a grip. People disagree over movies and the world doesn't end.
7:16PM on 04/07/2016
So great when someone is so focused on calling other people dumb that they can't even proof read their post and catch their own "dumb" mistake
So great when someone is so focused on calling other people dumb that they can't even proof read their post and catch their own "dumb" mistake
5:45PM on 04/07/2016
I spent the whole film waiting... and then it ended. This article just summed up my feelings toward this film perfectly. A brilliantly crafted film based on a flawed and hollow script that feels like a first draft. I don't even care that much, I just don't understand all the praise. It's like people want to see more than there is to it...
I spent the whole film waiting... and then it ended. This article just summed up my feelings toward this film perfectly. A brilliantly crafted film based on a flawed and hollow script that feels like a first draft. I don't even care that much, I just don't understand all the praise. It's like people want to see more than there is to it...
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6:04PM on 04/07/2016
I feel the same about your comment
I feel the same about your comment
6:55PM on 04/07/2016
I don't even get why this film was nominated for best score.
I don't even get why this film was nominated for best score.
4:56PM on 04/07/2016
I think this about The Revenant. It was made and shot wonderfully but I didn't really get into the film or care for leo's character. I disagree that Sicario isn't unique. I also only ever threw in the 2nd VHS tape of Titanic. Love watching it sink.
I think this about The Revenant. It was made and shot wonderfully but I didn't really get into the film or care for leo's character. I disagree that Sicario isn't unique. I also only ever threw in the 2nd VHS tape of Titanic. Love watching it sink.
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4:27PM on 04/07/2016

Wrong

Wrong. I'll bet the same retarded retards going ape over star wars are the same ones agreeing with the writer. That franchise is easily without a doubt the most overrated p.o.s. ever. Sicario was well received for a reason and the majority spoke because we're getting a sequel so suck it haters.....
Wrong. I'll bet the same retarded retards going ape over star wars are the same ones agreeing with the writer. That franchise is easily without a doubt the most overrated p.o.s. ever. Sicario was well received for a reason and the majority spoke because we're getting a sequel so suck it haters.....
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4:24PM on 04/07/2016
I agree that this film deserved to be featured in this column. Beyond the cinematography and score, there's nothing worth mentioning here. It's kind of a slog with a workman-like approach that fails to generate any real emotion from most scenes.
I agree that this film deserved to be featured in this column. Beyond the cinematography and score, there's nothing worth mentioning here. It's kind of a slog with a workman-like approach that fails to generate any real emotion from most scenes.
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6:05PM on 04/07/2016
....rejected film student
....rejected film student
8:17PM on 04/07/2016
With the price of college these days, if I ever dared to dabble in film school, (which I haven't) I would make damn sure that I not only finished the program, but that I achieved some measure of success, however small, upon graduating. I'm still a college grad though and I even managed to take a couple of film courses in the process. I don't think that grants me the status of a professional critic, but it's definitely enough to comment on a movie-fan site, so lighten up my friend.
With the price of college these days, if I ever dared to dabble in film school, (which I haven't) I would make damn sure that I not only finished the program, but that I achieved some measure of success, however small, upon graduating. I'm still a college grad though and I even managed to take a couple of film courses in the process. I don't think that grants me the status of a professional critic, but it's definitely enough to comment on a movie-fan site, so lighten up my friend.
3:56PM on 04/07/2016
Aside from the great start and the highway scene, I didn't see the amazing movie everyone was talking about. Del Toro's story is pretty much Arnold's character in Sabotage. It was ok, but a 6 or 7 /10 nothing to remember. Prisoners is way better.
Aside from the great start and the highway scene, I didn't see the amazing movie everyone was talking about. Del Toro's story is pretty much Arnold's character in Sabotage. It was ok, but a 6 or 7 /10 nothing to remember. Prisoners is way better.
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3:07PM on 04/07/2016

Titanic

..was a great film.
..was a great film.
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2:09PM on 04/07/2016
I think these articles are getting better, but this movie was perfectly executed and well acted. I also think Titanic is a good movie, albeit melodrama, so disagreeing on two counts.
I think these articles are getting better, but this movie was perfectly executed and well acted. I also think Titanic is a good movie, albeit melodrama, so disagreeing on two counts.
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2:03PM on 04/07/2016

I kinda have to agree here.

I'm not judging the tone of the film or how it was shot.

Thing is that I thought, based on a trailer I saw, the true identity of Benicio's character would be revealed at the midway point and the second half of the film would have Emily's character searching him out while a part of her sympathizes with his actions. But instead the film drags out that reveal until the end and as such it doesn't feel like it amounts to anything.
I'm not judging the tone of the film or how it was shot.

Thing is that I thought, based on a trailer I saw, the true identity of Benicio's character would be revealed at the midway point and the second half of the film would have Emily's character searching him out while a part of her sympathizes with his actions. But instead the film drags out that reveal until the end and as such it doesn't feel like it amounts to anything.
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1:54PM on 04/07/2016
one of the most overrated films of the last year. nothing great except for the climax. Hated the pace of the film
one of the most overrated films of the last year. nothing great except for the climax. Hated the pace of the film
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1:48PM on 04/07/2016
This was probably one of the movies that really stood out for me in 2015. The vehicle dynamic of Blunts character in the story was genius while in the end she was of no value to the real story.
I think it would have been more apt to do 'The force awakens' As it is probably the most financially successful movie of all time so far. Yet a movie which should be considered for down right plagiarism and the biggest con to have ever graced the movie screens.
This was probably one of the movies that really stood out for me in 2015. The vehicle dynamic of Blunts character in the story was genius while in the end she was of no value to the real story.
I think it would have been more apt to do 'The force awakens' As it is probably the most financially successful movie of all time so far. Yet a movie which should be considered for down right plagiarism and the biggest con to have ever graced the movie screens.
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1:45PM on 04/07/2016

The Movie was just OK

..Completely Overrated.
..Completely Overrated.
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1:20PM on 04/07/2016

I understand

First, let me say that, next to Spotlight and Fury Road, Sicario was my favorite movie of last year. But I think I understand where you're coming from. The praise for this was sky-high, and people invited comparisons to Traffic. That was a mistake. Sicario is far more like a Michael Mann thriller, with characters who are larger-than-life and completely devoted to their work. Unlike Traffic, this movie isn't trying to explain the drug trade so much as indict the drug war, because a lot has
First, let me say that, next to Spotlight and Fury Road, Sicario was my favorite movie of last year. But I think I understand where you're coming from. The praise for this was sky-high, and people invited comparisons to Traffic. That was a mistake. Sicario is far more like a Michael Mann thriller, with characters who are larger-than-life and completely devoted to their work. Unlike Traffic, this movie isn't trying to explain the drug trade so much as indict the drug war, because a lot has changed since 2000.
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1:19PM on 04/07/2016
Sicario is a very well made movie that blew me out of the water. It's thrilling and exciting. But, of course, this is my opinion and yours is the opposite so that's that.
Sicario is a very well made movie that blew me out of the water. It's thrilling and exciting. But, of course, this is my opinion and yours is the opposite so that's that.
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1:19PM on 04/07/2016
Clickbait at its finest.

This movie was phenomenal in every aspect and in no way do I agree with ANYTHING in this article.
Clickbait at its finest.

This movie was phenomenal in every aspect and in no way do I agree with ANYTHING in this article.
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8:27PM on 04/07/2016
It can't really be clickbait though if the point of this column is to sort of play devil's advocate and perhaps get you to think about a movie differently. Even if you still disagree with the column after reading an article, (which I have) it's still interesting to see how someone may perceive a movie differently than the majority and if their argument holds up. I applaud the writer just for trying this.
It can't really be clickbait though if the point of this column is to sort of play devil's advocate and perhaps get you to think about a movie differently. Even if you still disagree with the column after reading an article, (which I have) it's still interesting to see how someone may perceive a movie differently than the majority and if their argument holds up. I applaud the writer just for trying this.
8:27PM on 04/07/2016
It can't really be clickbait though if the point of this column is to sort of play devil's advocate and perhaps get you to think about a movie differently. Even if you still disagree with the column after reading an article, (which I have) it's still interesting to see how someone may perceive a movie differently than the majority and if their argument holds up. I applaud the writer just for trying this.
It can't really be clickbait though if the point of this column is to sort of play devil's advocate and perhaps get you to think about a movie differently. Even if you still disagree with the column after reading an article, (which I have) it's still interesting to see how someone may perceive a movie differently than the majority and if their argument holds up. I applaud the writer just for trying this.
1:13PM on 04/07/2016

Twat

Please get this moron off this site.
Please get this moron off this site.
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1:46PM on 04/07/2016
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12:41PM on 04/07/2016
titanic isnt a good movie? how do you have this job?
titanic isnt a good movie? how do you have this job?
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12:20PM on 04/07/2016

Boring? Really, dude?

Three scenes in this film alone make it one of the tensest, tightest, hold-your-breath thrillers of all time; The Bridge, The Attempted Apartment Murder and The Dinner Table. Not to mention the HOLY FREAKIN' CRAP!!!! opening scene and the raid on the compound all of which are gorgeously shot and scored. It's not Crank 2 but, boring? Are you kidding me?
Three scenes in this film alone make it one of the tensest, tightest, hold-your-breath thrillers of all time; The Bridge, The Attempted Apartment Murder and The Dinner Table. Not to mention the HOLY FREAKIN' CRAP!!!! opening scene and the raid on the compound all of which are gorgeously shot and scored. It's not Crank 2 but, boring? Are you kidding me?
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12:12PM on 04/07/2016
Ya it would've been better if Tim story directed it.
Ya it would've been better if Tim story directed it.
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11:49AM on 04/07/2016

SICARIO-8/10; TRAFFIC-7/10; TITANIC-9/10

I don't think you're a troll just for giving negative reviews to movies everyone loved. We're all entitled to our opinion... but you did get very close there in your last paragraph. How do you know for a fact if people will or won't talk about a movie in the future?
I don't think you're a troll just for giving negative reviews to movies everyone loved. We're all entitled to our opinion... but you did get very close there in your last paragraph. How do you know for a fact if people will or won't talk about a movie in the future?
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11:31AM on 04/07/2016
I get this is all just your opinion and you're entitled to one. But I can't agree with this review, you just don't go to any length to really spell out how it fails. You praise it for it's technical aspects and actors. You say the shortcomings of the film that ruined are it's writing and the directors ability to take all aspects to form a great story. But you never mention where the story fails. You say the movie is strung together by really memorable scenes, but no story or purpose. BUt
I get this is all just your opinion and you're entitled to one. But I can't agree with this review, you just don't go to any length to really spell out how it fails. You praise it for it's technical aspects and actors. You say the shortcomings of the film that ruined are it's writing and the directors ability to take all aspects to form a great story. But you never mention where the story fails. You say the movie is strung together by really memorable scenes, but no story or purpose. BUt at the same time, you provide no analysis to prove your point that the movie is just a handful of memorable scenes with a weak story to string them all together.
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11:33AM on 04/07/2016
Sometimes we can't place a finger on exactly what it is that makes us love or hate a movie.
Sometimes we can't place a finger on exactly what it is that makes us love or hate a movie.
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11:30AM on 04/07/2016

Well, considering the title of the column

I certainly can't fault you your write up. :) I love it, own it and have seen it twice and it's not one I'll easily forget. I enjoyed your article and understand your points, but none of them kept me from loving the movie.
I certainly can't fault you your write up. :) I love it, own it and have seen it twice and it's not one I'll easily forget. I enjoyed your article and understand your points, but none of them kept me from loving the movie.
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11:20AM on 04/07/2016

100% agree

Loved the article - hit just about every point I had with the film, which I fell asleep several times watching and had to continuously rewind. As you said, I was shocked and applauded the dinner table scene - but after Prisoners and all the praise being thrown at this film, I was expecting so much more and was ultimately let down. It was like a puzzle that had 99 out of 100 pieces, so you just couldnt be totally happy with it when it was done.
Loved the article - hit just about every point I had with the film, which I fell asleep several times watching and had to continuously rewind. As you said, I was shocked and applauded the dinner table scene - but after Prisoners and all the praise being thrown at this film, I was expecting so much more and was ultimately let down. It was like a puzzle that had 99 out of 100 pieces, so you just couldnt be totally happy with it when it was done.
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