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Her character's name is Ava, but this may as well be an installment of Jessica Chastain's Hyper-Masculine trilogy where she played Maya, Molly, and Madeline Elizabeth Sloane. In fact _Ava_ seems to be a greatest hits compilation; there are elements of _Eleonor Rigby_ and _Woman Walks Ahead_ here, and its director wrote and directed _The Help_. Chastain is very fit and athletic here and clearly relishes doing much of her own stunt work. Some of the fight scenes are incredibly brutal.
There is far too much plot stuffed into 90 minutes and the whole does not exceed the sum of the parts, but some parts are very good indeed. By far the best scene has Ava playing cards with her ailing mother played by Geena Davis. The latter unleashes a powerhouse monologue, explaining why she betrayed the teenage Ava and believed her husband's long ago lies. If the mother had admitted the snake-oil salesman/charmer was a philanderer who slandered his own daughter, she would have had to leave him and be alone. So she focused on the half of him that made her happy. (Does that anticipate why so many women voted for another snake-oil salesman in 2020?) The taciturn Ava mostly reacts and blinks away tears as her mother praises her strength. It is another meta-cinema moment; steeliness is very much the actress' trademark as well, even if she can embody the most traditional, empathetic housewife with ease (_The Tree of Life_, _The Zookeeper's Wife_). It is a must-see for Chastain's fans, which should be everyone.
I don't understand the so many one star and bad reviews but hey, to each his own. Realistic plot or not I enjoyed the story, the action sequences, which are very well done by the way, and a cast of several of my favorite actors, beginning with John Malkovich, Colin Farrell and Jessica Chastain.
Movie is really "so-so". You gotta be a fan of Jessica Chastain. I like her, so ya, I'm a fan. The movie is really not that great. Jessica plays a master assassin at or near burn out, her bosses don't like that and try to do something about it. There's a backstory for Jessica's character in order to make her characters interaction with said character's family make more sense. Spoiler coming up.........at the end of the movie, the major bad guy, ends up fighting her to a standstill in a motel room and then just leaves.....no backup, no waiting car...he walks...yes walks away from the motel where they were fighting it out. Of course the Jessica character chases and catches him and well, finishes him off. The movie at the end alludes that one of the bad guys minions are watching and following her. Let's face it, given how Jessica's character just killed said minion's boss, it is Not likely this person is gonna be a real threat. Again, watch this movie and form your own opinion. Just be warned, it's not great and you really need to be a fan of Jessica Chastain. (She was great in The Martian thou). Thanks.
I ended up really enjoying this movie. Well acted, with action scenes as believable as you could expect based on the type of movie. Not really much in the way of surprises, actually kind of predictable, but still good overall.