A good action movie, a great political commentary.
Prior to seeing this movie, I had never thought of blowing shit up as an effective means of fixing societal problems.
Good job guys!
In its defense, though, it could be argued that the movie attempts to counter-act the demonising of “terrorists”, and get people to merely consider their point of view, to try to see some motive beyond the somewhat tired “they hate freedom” rhetoric we’ve all come to know and love. However, if that was the idea, it was far from obvious. The movie seems to actually condone terror attacks rather than trying to ask any questions.
If you’re looking for something with knives, explosions, and great special effects, then this is worth consuming. But if it’s the message behind a film that matters most to you, it would probably be better to skip it.