I saw it last night and enjoyed it too. I thought it was unpredictable and liked how it all played out. I’m not one of those who likes to try and be more clever than the movie by figuring stuff out in advance, then sitting there with my arms mentally folded going “Well? WELL?” impatient for the movie to hurry up and get to the point where I can see if I’m right, then when the time comes I can think to myself “HA! See?” and later crow on message boards about how I was so very clever and act distainful toward the movie for not being more clever than I was, which makes the movie an inferior product and worthy of scorn with its only positive attribute being a vehicle in which I can display my cleverness, distain, and superior intellect to friends, co-workers, and those on various message boards.
I don’t do that. If I pay for a movie I want to get my money’s worth, take in all the scenes and process them as they happen and not try to jump too far ahead which distracts me from what’s going on at that moment.
I would have had a pretty good popcorn movie night last night if I’d stuck with this and Cedar Rapids. A funny comedy and a good action thriller, both worth my time and money. Unfortunate I added the profoundly stupid and horrible (IMO of course, YMMV) I Am Number Four to the mix. If there’s a choice, choose Neeson.
I know she’s been around for a while, but I’d never seen January Jones in anything. She reminds me of a young Bridget Fonda.