and yet I'm not excited about it or jumping up and down. Everyone blimped up for this film except for Malek. Then again, the cast was naturally that age.
Denzel plays a "disgraced" former LA homicide detective that lives upstate but gets personally involved in a series of closely related murders. Most all of his former co-workers don't like him. The new Young Lion (Malek) oddly becomes an ally and find a #1 suspect in Leto. Cat and Mouse ensues and unravels at the end.
There are a few flips in the story that don't quite make sense and I had the feeling the actors couldn't be who they can really be. Nevertheless, don your mask and biosuit and waddle on down to the walkie to get out of the house. Do you good.
Three Oskies sharing scenes means the Academy has no choice but to recognize this yet they release this to a non-movie going population?
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