A film about the chase is like a great chess game: one piece moves quickly, the other slowly, but all you need is a few moves to make it work.
The problem is, the chase in this film is all too often a slog, where the action is over quickly and the pacing too slow.
The chase in ‘The Hunt for Red October’ is a lot more interesting.
The movie starts off as a story of a young man (Alec Guinness) who is trying to track down a mysterious person in the Himalayas (played by John Malkovich) that he believes is responsible for a mysterious accident that took place there (which, incidentally, is the movie’s premise).
He is eventually forced to face the mystery man, who has been known as Red October, who is a young woman who has just returned from the Himalayan peaks.
It’s an interesting chase, but the action in the movie isn’t as compelling as the chase itself.
In fact, the action feels so cliche, it feels like the filmmakers just pulled out all the stops.
The biggest problem with the chase, however, is that it has no story.
The story is about a young couple that have been married for a decade and their son, who’s a big-time basketball star.
There is no story to tell, no sense of the characters.
The only thing that we know about Red October is that she is a supermodel, which seems like a pretty clear enough reason for a movie to be about her.
But the movie spends most of its time on her, making her a huge presence in the film, as if it were a huge part of the story.
In the end, it just seems like it is just a lot of filler that’s been added on to fill in the gap in the plot.
It makes the chase feel more like a marketing ploy than anything else.
It’s not just that the chase feels cliche.
It also feels like there are a lot fewer story elements than in ‘Red October’.
While the chase has its own narrative, it’s not very well-developed.
The film spends the majority of the film being filled with dialogue that’s barely even funny, and it just doesn’t feel like the movie was trying to tell a story.
As the chase moves forward, the characters just seem to get more and more annoying, and the chase gets repetitive.
And there are only so many times that you can fill a movie with dialogue and not get bored.
There are no standout performances in ‘the chase’, and that’s a shame because the movie is a delight to watch.
It has a lot going for it, with an excellent script and a strong story.
It takes a few liberties with the formula to make sure that the story feels fresh, but it doesn’t go overboard with unnecessary action and gore.
But it is all wrapped up in a good-natured, entertaining story that has some pretty strong characters, a compelling chase and plenty of action.
The biggest problem is that the film lacks a sense of place.
While the action and story are all good, the movie feels a lot like a glorified trailer.
The film is a classic of the genre, with a story that feels like it was written in a year or two ago, and an impressive screenplay that has been adapted for a number of different platforms.
However, it lacks the grit and sense of purpose that makes it so special.
It isn’t just a movie about a woman who’s chasing a mysterious figure, it is a movie that feels more like marketing fluff.
The movie is available on Netflix.