“In the midst of veteran con man Nicky’s latest scheme, a woman from his past – now an accomplished femme fatale – shows up and throws his plans for a loop.”
I’m by no means a jealous woman ( I’m neither jealous nor woman ), but if I was Jada I’d keep a close eye on my man. One of the best parts of this movie is the chemistry between Will Smith and Margot Robbie, and a lot of this movie is good. It’s up beat, it’s punchy, it fun, then it goes for the big time, and it unravels a bit. If you don’t put too much thought into this movie, you will have a great time. It’s one of those movies that if you watched it on cable at home, you’d have a great time. Apply a little thought however to certain parts, and what seemed super clever, gets a bit, not so clever. It’s like someone telling you this fantastic story when you’re drunk, but when you are sober and think it over, you see all the plot holes, and that’s how you will feel the day after you see this movie. First half of the movie is a lot of fun, second half gets a bit ahead of himself.
Review Score : 6 out of 10