Wrong Turn 2021 is a futuristic film directed by Tom Ford and starring Matt Damon and Morgan Freeman. The movie has received warm reviews from critics across the world. A lot of viewers have described the film as an intelligent movie with some great acting. However, many viewers have also expressed their disappointment with the movie's storyline and some scenes.
According to the movie review site, Wrong Turn 2021 is the movie that was waiting for its time to come out in the 2021 release schedule. The plot of the film is about a man (Damon), who finds himself in possession of a mysterious and powerful machine. The machine can control other people's mind and thus the man finds himself in a mental battle to get control of his own mind. While the movie itself is not too long, it does drag on a little.
During the movie, Damon and co-star Leighton Meester play several different characters. Damon plays the role of John Gordon, a police detective, who is placed in charge of guarding a secret location. Gordon is assigned to this location following the murder of a local gangster. Two other cops, Detective Paul Winters and Assistant District Attorney Jill Valentine are also part of the team.
Wrong Turn 2110 is one of the better movies you will find online, in terms of entertainment value. However, the plot line may not be something that will make you think more than a little. It's not like the Coen brothers' The Pirates of the Caribbean, which is far more exciting from a pure entertainment point of view. Although the film is action packed, it is not going to blow your mind with its story either.
Apart from having a fun and fast paced plot, the movie is filled with a number of other excellent visual treats as well. The special effects are realistic and believable, as are the bodies of some of the movie's dead bodies. The special effects are particularly good when Damon's character is fighting off a number of henchmen. In fact, the fight scenes are some of the best that the movie has to offer.
Damon and his co-stars shine as a unit in their finest film roles. They all add their own distinctive personalities to the characters they play. All of them sell well, too. The late Michael Douglas is an excellent addition to the cast as the corrupt detective. He gives the movie a goodly rounded feel. In particular, he does an excellent job as the boss, though he does show up later in the film for a brief, unimportant role.