I mean, it's still kind of boring - although I'm a sucker for vertical text for reasons I don't understand, see Irreversible for another example, although vertical cast and credits = unreadable - and I find it amusing that this Idris Elba dude, whoever he is, managed to get it into his contract that even in countries like Italy he needs to get on the poster. Is The Wire popular throughout Europe? Even if it is, he is besides the point of the entire movie. The only reason to see this movie is to watch Beyoncé and Ali Larter go at it like hammer and tongs. Let's face it, Beyoncé head-butting Ali Larter is pretty darn hilarious.
Why does that second last image up there remind me of a Janet Jackson Rhythm Nation video clip?
There are so many things about that movie that are flat out amazing. Not least of all this moment where Beyoncé and Elba leave their child to sit alone in front of an open fireplace with no protective barrier while the two of them go off and have sex. Bless 'em.
I do, however, think Beyoncé's knit hat is a more convincing villain than Ali Larter. I can totally imagine it. Beyoncé spends an entire 90 minute movie wrestling with the feelings of ugliness that her knit hat creates for your weave. It'd be very epic, no?