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Savages: The Interrogations (2012)

California entrepreneurs Ben (Aaron Johnson) and Chon (Taylor Kitsch) run a lucrative business raising marijuana and share a one-of-a-kind love with beautiful O (Blake Lively). Life in ... See full summary »

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California entrepreneurs Ben (Aaron Johnson) and Chon (Taylor Kitsch) run a lucrative business raising marijuana and share a one-of-a-kind love with beautiful O (Blake Lively). Life in Laguna Beach is idyllic for them, until Elena (Salma Hayek), the merciless leader of the Mexican Baja Cartel, moves in and demands a piece of the action. However, Elena underestimates the trio's unbreakable bond, and with the help of a shady DEA agent (John Travolta), Ben, Chon and O go to war.

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Only a good watch for fans of the movie
6 October 2015 | by (Berlin, Germany) – See all my reviews

"Savages: The Interrogations" consists of 25 snippets, each roughly a minute. We see interviews with all the protagonists from Oliver Stone's "Savages". The 3-time Academy award winner also directed this little add-on. I have to say I am not really familiar with the movie, haven't seen it, but these 5*5 snippets did not get me in the mood to do so. Benicio del Toro is a great actor, but here he is more weird than entertaining and the rest of the cast wasn't particularly convincing either. It's a series of little interviews with the main characters and we also find out what happened to them in the movie. Maybe it's time for del Toro to get out of his Oscar-winning drug movie niche. All in all, I do not recommend this one.


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