Side Effects is an upper-middle-class-appealing thriller. Which usually means pace is slow, the characters attended the better schools, have better jobs, eat at better restaurants. The dialog is more intelligent, and seemingly endless. I liked it.
Okay, we had no blizzard in Florida. The roads and the movie theaters were open. Perfect conditions for an addict like myself. I love Pacino, Walken and Arkin, so I pretty much liked the movie. Hated the ending.
It's a comedy! It's a bloodfest! See the problem? I guess the directors and producers didn't.
I think this movie got made because Hansel & Gretel has "high awareness with the target audience." What was Jeremy Renner thinking?