Justine (Brie Larson) sets up a meeting in an old warehouse where two gangs intend to trade guns for thousands of dollars. When a brawl ensues between two of the gang members, the warehouse becomes a battlefield filled with gunfire as each side looks to survive.
As far as the technical side of the film goes, everything is up to a high standard. The sound design for one is great as the constant shooting, clashing of bullets and use of weapons is very good, providing a realistic feeling as well. The action is filmed well with a wide range of shots to make sure that you can see exactly what is going on at all times. Wheatley shows his talents as a director very well here as although it is a small film, everything is still done to the highest standard.
'Free Fire' is undoubtedly a fun movie as its comedy and characters are truly brilliant. Sharlto Copley's performance alone makes this film worth watching but you shouldn't expect an abundance of action set pieces in this film. 'Free Fire' is a fun watch that you can just switch your brain off and watch.
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