I had zero interest in seeing this movie when I initially saw the trailer. And watching subsequent trailers did nothing to change my mind. Being a black man, I really didn't want to be in a movie theater with a bunch of people hoping that all of the black guys would end up dead. But, I got free tickets to a screening and thought I might a well. Who doesn't like a free movie.
I'm glad that i did. Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed this movie. It was well acted on all sides and well put together. Towards the end, it was feeling as though it was a bit too long even though it wasn't. It just had a bit too much tome at the end where the tension levels dropped and not enough was happening to keep you as engaged as you were before. Luckily, this didn't last long, and the finale was satisfyingly gripping. The movie wasn't perfect, and I imagine it gave you only the slightest of glimpses into what it must have been like to have something like this happen, and the ensuing emotional fall afterwards, but this is a movie I would, and will purchase to watch a gain at home. I recommend it.