Run Hide Fight (2020)43K
Run Hide Fight: Directed by Kyle Rankin. With Thomas Jane, Radha Mitchell, Isabel May, Eli Brown. 17-year-old Zoe Hull uses her wits, survival skills, and compassion to fight for her life, and those of her fellow classmates, against a group of live-streaming school shooters.
“A decent Thriller which focuses on the intrinsic value of heroism and selflessness rather than glamorizing and glorifying violence. It does not set out to prove or relay an agenda. This movie is a story of courage in the face of psychological trauma. Itu0026#39;s not Citizen Kane, but itu0026#39;s a solid watch with good editing, good acting and a solid art direction. The trailer gave off heavy Die Hard vibes but the movie itself is nothing like it.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eCritics wonu0026#39;t like it because it provides virtually no political commentary and places all of its value on the importance of courage and doesnu0026#39;t focus on the broader issues at play besides the ubiquitous issue of self-obsession and social media infamy. Conservatives would like it more if they had touched on the issue of nihilism, but again, this movie isnu0026#39;t for the right or the left, itu0026#39;s for everyone.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eIn recent years, professional critics are most often concerned with the message they want to see, often using phrases such as u0026quot;this movie provides social commentary which will undoubtedly make the audience thinku0026quot; rather than immersing themselves in the story the movie wants to tell. Comparable to the u0026quot;problemu0026quot; with u0026quot;Hillbilly Elegyu0026quot;, which sets out to tell a story and does it well. Critics donu0026#39;t like it because they donu0026#39;t like the overall message.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003enAnyway, 7/10, great movie for a night-in with the wife if youu0026#39;re in the mood for a Thriller”