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I actually like him as an actor, and enjoy most of his movies. This one was mediocre and almost TV movie of the week feeling.
The only movie where someone gets blown off in his car and it actually looks like the real thing. No Hollywood style fireball.
I feel Cruise does an amazing job at impersonating a character who actually existed and show both his good and bad sides, his strengths and weaknesses. A talented pilot who doesn't realize until it's too late he's just a pawn in a very dangerous game.
Can you believe this stuff actually happened and US government civil servants firmly believed something good was going to come out of this mess ?
I would probably have rated this movie at four stars however I’m giving it 5 to compensate for all the cynics out there that there is NO pleasing.
You know the ones, “lousy movie, bad acting, another stinker from Tom”. This movie was fun and entertaining, I don’t think it’s supposed to “move you”. I honestly believe that for some of these movie goers there’s just no pleasing them. Here’s a little advice for them,...stay home and watch Netflix. Then put your rating experience to work by rating Netflix content, it needs it more then the movies in the theatres.
1star- enough said.
And yes, another stinker for Cruise!
Cruise can do no wrong. Best actor ever!
Good story line, not much action, but really draws you in. Shows how some people are never satisfied with what they have, even though they have a lot and are willing to risk it all for even more. Everyone is supercritical of Cruise, but he did a commendable job in this flic.
I call this a dramedy, a bit of fun ,a bit of fun camera work , lousy acting by most especially tom, you don,t get what you pay for. I watched on line and it was ok for free...
Running Time: 115 min.
September 29, 2017
January 2, 2018
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