The two-hour movie depicts a modern setting. The lifestyles of the character and the type of guns used by both the couple and the attackers suggest the movie was set to represent 21st-century technology. The gunfire and destruction of properties by couples and the attackers create an illusion that presents the movie as being based on future technologies. The intelligent couples represent the ideas of the movie writers. The movie is then divided into three sections. Jane and John are used to highlighting the three sections. Romance, revenge and reverse attacks are the three parts describing the movie. The movie is able to unite the three components and suggest use of high technology in both the house settings and the outdoor setting. The indoor setting targets romance and suspicion while the external setting indicates clam and waves of attacks from previous employees. The director fails to address the Space factor as a larger amount of time is allocated to John and Jane setting with flashback being ignored (Liman, 2005).
Acting and Drama
The movie depicts sexual scenes and many scenes of violence. The couples (John and Jane) are the only characters in the movie that exhibits romance. The onset actors tend to force more on violence rather than the diversity of the film. The couple begins and ends with romance. In an effort to break the monotony, the film takes a twist and allows elements of violence and suspicion. The actor presents a fictional story and action thus lacking realism.