George and Harold: cheeky pranksters (it's in their genes).
Crabby Krupp wants to catch them by any means.
It drags at times, but at its best
When subversive jokes are expressed.
I'd certainly have welcomed some more Edith scenes.
Seal taking on every gig. Oh, his hubris: 'How can I lose?'
Not much under the hood here, as we follow each deal & schmooze
(Hiding out; night in a cell;
In cahoots with gov and cartel)
But it's entertaining, thanks to the reliably charismatic Cruise....
Artistry in the choreography (soundtrack with scene).
Elgort: charismatic; battling demons re keeping 'clean'.
Such questionable character motivations
Relating to some third act situations.
Jones stands out, with the best performance on the screen.
Superhero tale (the old good-versus-bad battle waging)
Led by Rudd's Lang (an ex-crim so affable and engaging).
The ride is fun.
Biggest technical stun:
Douglas' amazing transformation (flawless de-aging).
Young Jay loves Rose, and goes searching for her.
He tries to work out: Who's a friend? Who's a cur?
Impressive debut feature for sure:
Fab genre mix, terrific score.
Mendelsohn: great as usual (this time in fur).