Ugh, expectation … it’s a cruel mistress. Sometimes you get what you wanted, but most times once the thing you’re waiting for finally arrives, you think, “Man, I really hoped it would be better.” And sometimes the reality is so badly out of sync with expectations, it’s almost wondrous. My expectations for Trainspotting 2 were tempered by the fact that 21 years had passed since the beloved original movie, and that period encompassed a fair bit of change for me. Capture Kill Release, on the other hand, showed up on my radar around early December 2016, and I finally got around to viewing it last night. Talk about badly out of sync! This turned out to be one of the worst movies I’ve watched in recent years. Knockout poster, though.
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