The thing that impresses me, I think, is how all the heroes in this movie are in some way, broken, damaged, or lost. Just like the rest of us. Their humanity shows through.
And yet I can’t help but think that their adrenaline-fueled heroics are nothing compared to the courage and tenacity of ordinary people, who get up and face the pain and drudgery of life day after day. As Anton Chekhov said, “Any idiot can face a crisis; it’s this day-to-day living that wears you out.”