Listen to me: Why Adam Wingard’s Face / Off sequel could work completely
As long as the Wingard / Barrett machine is allowed to develop its full potential, there should be no problem getting the continuation of Face / Off into the air. And if you need proof of that, check out the previous film, The Guest. Without spoiling anything, I’m just saying this: the guest is what happens when you turn the on-screen John Travolta slimey on-screen plot into a twisted (and less perverse) main character. There is even a scene about the proper use of a butterfly knife that, intentionally or intentionally, closely aligns with John Woo’s film.