Review: Vantage Point

Title and a flashy trailer says it all, a story bringing together 8 points of view. The end product playing out in front of you is a little bit more simplified though, less points of views, and an ending that leaves both the narrative style and believability.
Almost 75% of the movie is quite engaging, with single point of views revealing bits of the story, but somehow this style can’t be carried on too long, and the ending is like any other generic action flick (including fast forwarded car racing scenes filmed in narrow streets).
Don’t expect to see any character’s inside (no reason is given for the antagonists motives), and only go if you want to see a “normal” action thriller, because if you expect somethign unique, you will be let down.7+.

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