Overall, it is still good to watch
Story: 4 | Acting: 4 | Visual: 3 | Music: 3 | Overall: 4
The film was directed by Steve McQueen, the first African-American director who won the 2013 Oscar for best film in the film "12 Years A Slave". The script adapted from the British mini-series "Widows" of the same name in the 1980s which the scripts was written by Best-selling “Gone Girl” author Gillian Flynn. The story of the film was set up in the criminal city of “Chicago”, saying that after the death of the mission, the four looters left behind four lonely families, and the four widows took risks under the threat of life and black and white, trying to complete The husband’s other “big steal ” plan, but things don’t seem so simple. . . The three widows (the other one just a guest only) played by Viola Davis, Michelle Rodriguez and Elizabeth Debicki and their assistant Cynthia Erivo, each have their own highlights in the film. The other casts with the performances are also super strong, with the strongest Dad" Liam Neeson, "Get Out" Daniel Kaluuya, Colin Ferrell, Robert Duvall, etc., each of the big-name actors, although not a lot of plays, but do their best to make the show. This is a non-mainstream commercial version of "Ocean Eight", in addition to focusing on the criminal process, but also incorporating other elements such as ethnic issues, dark politics, moneyism and so on. Although the plot is not too far-reaching, there are still some suspense and turning points. Overall, there is no good looking, but it is still good!