The Last Days of American Crime2020 | Olivier Megaton
In the not-too-distant future, as a final response to terrorism and crime, the U.S. government plans to broadcast a signal making it impossible for anyone to knowingly commit unlawful acts.
Kristen Raath | Jonathan Pienaar | De Klerk Oelofse | Craig Urbani | Tamer Burjaq | Nathan Lynn | Sean Cameron Michael | Daniel Fox | Brandon Auret | Norman Anstey | Iain Bruce | Kate Normington | Tony Caprari | Edgar Ramírez | Neels Clasen | Michael Pitt | Anna Brewster
|Niels Risgaard Hansen 2021-06-05|
Thin story but with a decent plot. You are going through a slightly confusing story at times. I mean, what are their plans really? Why do they even bother doing that? What do they expect would happen? Etc. This results in me losing my interest, or at least not keeping it at a level where it could really have realized it's potential.
The soundtrack is pretty good. I love the music and it fits well with the movie.
Edgar Ramirez, who is playing the lead role as Bricke, does a pretty decent job.
Anna Brewster was casted to be both beautiful and hard ass, and she is a great fit for the role.
Michael Pitt, who is playing Kevin Cash, was a perfect fit for his role. I could not help myself from both hating and enjoying his character.
All in all a decent movie, with an acceptable cast, that is destroyed by a poorly written story.