Enjoyed it more for the written craft and parts of it rather than the overall sum thereof. Had this not been known faces, perhaps it would have been less accessible but more impactful. I found this interesting.
Liam with his particular set of skills comes with a certain set of expectations because of the brand he has become. What might be real for a character, doesn’t quite match up to this, and disappoints, largely due to it crossing over with the brand.
There are also a lot of characters who on a feature get limited footage for us to emotionally invest in them. What I can imagine worked on paper, as the information given adds up, but isn’t translating entirely.
A worthy study over the entertainment value.