I find its plot interesting and dynamic. Love story, tragedies, feisty characters - it didn't bored me at all. But the final scenes disappointed me so much. This ending is good, but it takes more to make it as spectacular as all previous moments. Francis Lawrence failed it, even with his previous experience of making dramas. He made "Water for Elephants" overbrutal and his biggest mistake again was that I was going to cry when furious August was beating Rosy, instead of being emotional when Jacob and Marlena were escaping. Still the movie is good for one time. And my visual receptors are satisfied for today.
- 7/10 -
Memorable quotes (there are more, but I've found just these):
August: "You do right by me, I'll show you a life most suckers can't even dream of."
August: "As long as we can walk, we play."
August: "Of course an innocent woman would love to get down on her knees."