Rating: 7.5 stars
Seen 1 time
Seen on: 11/03/2016
As a math savant uncooks the books for a new client, the Treasury Department closes in on his activities and the body count starts to rise.
Rated R | Length 128 minutes
Ben Affleck | Jeffrey Tambor | Jean Smart | John Lithgow | J.K. Simmons | Jon Bernthal | Daeg Faerch | Ron Yuan | Anna Kendrick | Andy Umberger | Michael Beasley | Cynthia Addai-Robinson | Inder Kumar | Tait Fletcher | Seth Lee | Dennis Keiffer | Alison Wright | Scott Hunter | Angel Giuffria | Jade Halley Bartlett | Jake Presley
I dig this movie. The pieces don’t all fit together that well but the main story of this “accountant” is interesting and different than other assassin flicks. I like the rituals and processes he undergoes to cope and deal with his condition. That he’s a unconventional Robin Hood provides a warm side to his cold conditioning. The brother relationship is a bit obvious and on the nose for the story but I like how it wraps up for these characters. Good humor in this as well.