Re: Killing them Softly
I saw it, and I was underwhelmed. Maybe it was how unsubtle the metaphor was. Maybe it was that I've seen Gandolfini's character in so many other movies and it's worn thin. The plot is very point A to point B without a lick of suspense. The dialogue was well written, but it was in service of characters and a plot that just didn't click for me.
"In blackest day, in brightest night, beware your fears made into light. Let those who try to stop what's right, burn like my power: Sinestro's might!"