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Juste une liste de films, d'acteurs, de directeurs qui m'ont emmené ailleurs pendant quelques heures comme tous les livres, film etc .. doivent le faire. Bien sûr il y a de meilleurs films que ceux-ci, bien sûr pour certains, c'est évidemment mieux de tel ou tel acteur ou decette année et .... je sais.. ;)
Blood Father (2016)
Mel is back but..
i agree with some of the reviewer here, this movie is watchable at least, besides, it's not Mel Gibson's fault, the director have made a mess of a movie which could have been good without all the retro- instant-flashback on some scene, it's a pain to watch and not interesting.
the script is quit good, really , M.Gibson as a father who seek for redemption is solid, as he was in ''Age of Darkness'', he was a bad guy once, tattoo artist (obvious right! :P) nowadays looking for his daughter Erin Moriarty who had disappeared from her mother's house.
She,now, lives with a band of bad kids, when everything goes wrong, she'll call for help, then it's all about survival with all the band trying to kill her and her father. He'llhave to go back to his old friends, seeking for help, the Nazi reference is a bit hilarious, regarding what happen to M.Gidson the last few years.
this movie made me think that Mel Gibson could have a been an amazing choice for G. Miller on Fury road if not the best. it's not that bad, it's a disappointment
Jason Bourne (2016)
J.Bourne is Matt Damon
and Matt Damon will be forever Bourne, the character is embedded in him.
As a huge fan of the Bourne movies, i wasn't expecting much after a few review i've read here but finally, it's great as the other movie were at the time. don't get it wrong, J.Reiner was a really good substitute in Bourne Legacy and it was good because of the script based on the program instead of one specific character, but, i'm very glad they've made this sequel,
P.Greengrass knows his job, meaning, when he came on board, do you remember? it was instantly a new kind of action movie, and here he is at his best, it's always fast paced, fights, even a walk is not like any where else, car chases, they've always pushed the limit, here the bar is raised again.
J.Bourne is getting old, but, he is still smart, trained and really deadly, even i wish i would have seen her more in this opus, J.Stiles is still one of the character you'll miss if she's not around, this time is the last, but she deliver as N.Pearson,
the good surprise is Vincent Cassel, the very 1st time i've seen him was ''La Haine'', ',Crimson Rivers and Mesrine, here he is the Asset, the hunter, i won't give away to much, but he and Bourne have a unfinished business, V. Cassel give a stunning performance here and i wish i'll see him soon in another good action movie, as a personal thought, a movie made by O.Marchal for example.
T.Lee Jones is here, man of few words who wants to close definitely the Bourne chapter like many others, it's time to move on and have some fresh blood, A.Vickander is the one, she's the head of the C.I.A's Cyber division and want full control to stop Bourne and Pearson, she will have everything she need for, even , T.Lee Jones, like B.Cox in Bourne Supremacy before, is playing 2 cards.
In the mess which is internet nowadays, i've found the script relevant enough, the CIA is helping a Cyber genius to built a secure and private network, no one can hack but in fact can be controlled by the government, of course because of Bourne and Pearson it won't happen even they didn't know anything about in the 1st place
I've enjoyed the movie from start to end, i must admit, P.Greengrass always gave us more and more in every opus however here, it's again the same kind of story but every thing is there, great actors, their presence is sometime enough to make the scene a good one like it was for J.Allen or D.Strathairn, a good script, every details, the music etc..
Enjoy this one as well and by the end (like in a lot of recent movie) you'll see a '' may be'' we'll have a 5Th
i must have seen it in theatre
there is a non official club in the video game world, those who have played (or still do)World of Warcraft (not Warcraft, that's another club :P) and those who don't, it's not a elitist statement, just expectations.
i've played this games since the beginning and was sure, the movie they've been talking about since 2006 or so will be a failure, i didn't even watch the preview nor read anything about, then a few weeks ago, a friend , player as well, told me it was a solid and well made movie about '' our'' world and i would be surprised by it.
i must say it's absolutely stunning, as a fan, it's a pleasure to see a universe you've spend so much time in, become somewhat ''real''.
the cast deliver a great performance, Ben Foster is stunning, as the others, for once Orcs looks like beast, kind of Hulk remastered, human must be smarter and clever to defeat them,CGI is exactly what i was looking for, especially the magic, i've been blown away by the visual, well.. a blast.
the only downside (little), is that you need to be a fan or player to know what's going on, to know the places, why and who is Garona?, Why Guldan, if there is a sequel, they'll probably develop it more, who knows.
As a fan i give 8/10, but i'm sure other people are a bit confused on what and when, then it's all about entertaining and Warcraft didn't miss
look for the fly
I was waiting for this new TV series by HBO and let say i'm not disappointed, it's exactly what i was expecting.
The cast, A.Hopkins sarcastic and a bit lunatic, i'm sure he likes more his robots than his staff, Ed Harris ruthless and a big (?) so far, J.Wright the right hand of ''God'', the sweet T.Newton, queen of the saloon, are brilliant, then, E.Rachel Wood the poor little girl who is stunning.
i was a fan of another series by JJ Abrahams, ''Almost Human'', which was a tech geek TV show on Fox, so, when i knew the man was involved in something of this quality, plus, Jonathan Nolan (the brother) as the director and co writer with his wife, it was again an instant GO.
the 1st scene I've ever seen on preview, was when E. Rachel Wood is sitting on a chair totally stoic in a kind of sterile room, you have this fly, it walks on her face and comes to settle on her pupil for a few seconds, then you see her walking down the stairs with her lovely smile in the west, it was a blast and as per the last scene, believe me, i will watch this show from now on
well, HBO is giving a free preview for the 1st episode, just check by yourself.
i've seen a few brilliant actors saying recently, that, now most of the good script and parts are on T.V, Westworld, GoT, the Sopranos and so on, i think they are right.
The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (2015)
a really great movie to watch
i was a fan of the Avengers (60'') with P.McNee and Diana Rigg (how sweet it was to see her again in Games of Throne :) ) or The Persuaders but The man from U.N.C.L.E with R.Vaughn and D.McCallum wasn't such a big deal;
However, if ''The avengers the movie (1998)'' was a total failure, ""The Man from ONCLE'' is really a good movie, G. Ritchie did a really good job, He knew how to capture the original spirit of the series; A. Hammer, ''Kuryakin'' is just good instead of H. Cavil who nailed it as ''Solo'', A. Vikander did an excellent job as well and finally H. Grant was the perfect cast for the role of Waverly future head of this so special division.
It's like a standalone episode, it settled the main characters quickly, (you'll know enough of them in the first 15 min or so), throughout a full story, instead of maybe doing a full action sequel later like others, at the end it could have been a great new franchise, quite refreshing in the spy movies genre. It's a shame that it's not worked well worldwide
I've really liked it from the stylish opening to the very last scene.
and besides, i definitely think, Henry Cavil would be a great Bond if Daniel Craig doesn't want to work for her Majesty anymore.
Dalkomhan insaeng (2005)
How can it be possible?
yes, how! how can this man, Kim Jee-Wong be the same man who made The Last stand?
I wish I would have discovered it sooner, my goodness, better later than never right? I became a huge fan of Lee Byung Hun only recently, not only because of his martial art skills, certainly because of his amazing acting skills, this guy is absolutely great in any part he play;
I was looking for something else than Terminator, aha-ha.. and found ''I saw the Devil'' which for me is, from now on, a masterpiece, then I look forward and finally get ''Bitter Sweet life''. It's better in so many ways than any American action flick, a total blast, Well, i've discovered Korean cinema, in the best way i suppose
When the law can't solve all the problem
i've watched it for the 2nd time yesterday and it was the right moment i suppose, because everything became clear, i mean, the 1st time it was like reading a book from right to left but, something was there.
i'm sure D.Villeneuve like P.Berg and S.Soderberg's works, there is this documentary kind of style like Berg and those close-ups, lights like Soderberg, i've absolutely loved Traffic and of course the last kingdom or Lone survivor, Sicario could have been made by both of them.
Matt (J.Brohlin) is perfect, a cool guy you can probably share a beer with on Sunday afternoon, but he is also a spec op who get the power to go anywhere and change the rules of engagement on taking any opportunities, like hiring B.Del Toro who was a attorney in Mexico once and seek for revenge against the man who killed his family whatever it takes, that's why he team up with Americans.
at 1st sight, Benicio Del Toro is like a consultant, doesn't talk much, but you quickly find him as the ruthless guy in the room and on the same page as Matt is.
For legal purpose, they take Kate (E.Blunt), who's the head of a tactic response team and play by the book, in there crew, everything which will happen then, will hurt her of course.
Let say E.Blunt is perfect as a lost but strong women on the field, because of her training and what she already did as a cop, (the first 15 min of the movie, ouch!!), she can handle everything even when Alejandro shoot her only to reach his goal, the man had never been so close to the finish line and no one can stop him, but for her, still, it's not the right way and want to stop all of this until Matt explain what those Cartel's guys did. at the end, it's a eye for eye, Talion's law kind of story.
You've already seen this? yeah, me too, but
all the cast as everybody involved in this movie were brilliant.
a must see
a summit of disappointment
i've always says D.Craig was the best bond after Sir S.Connery, all Bond with Craig were great, the car chase intro in the tunnel ending with Mr White in the trunk (Quantum of Solace) made me think yeah he's back.
i've had high expectations for Spectre, the trailer was good, so let's enjoy. it's nowhere close to a good bond, it's a roller-coaster of some good moment and some, not bad but blend without any appealing.
pros:D.Craig still great as bond, C.Waltz, will never thank enough Q.Tarentino for this great actor, they give Mr white (J.Chistensen) a excellent scene to get out of the franchise well deserved and brilliant:), M.Belluci, she's in for about 5 min but it's worth it
cons: L.Seydoux, she's a pain to watch as she was in MI-Ghost protocol, the whole story is a mess, then put Q, Tanner, M and Moneypenny on the field, why not, so, give them something to do, not just as follower in a car.
M hold a gun ''epic'', Q hacking the spy network, yep it's his job and really good at it, Moneypenny was a agent before and just play a green plant, Tanner is still Tanner...
i hope for Craig it was the last, he's a really good actor and deserve better than this to show his talent, for the others they don't need Bond as well, so can't wait to see them in something else
sorry this was a review for Spectre i completely forgot about it^^
the Mountain win
believe it or not, i didn't know the story, never heard about it and i'm old enough. The 1st time i've seen the trailer i believed it was about top climbers who had a very bad day on the Everest and because of the cast, worth watching, kind of sport movie like Vertical limit . Jack Gyllenhaal, Jason Clarke, Josh Brolin are really great everywhere, Keira Knigtley and Emily Watson as well.
But then in the opening you have a few sentences explaining who was the 1st to climb and reach the summit and who died or did the same the next 40 yrs and..... this: Rob and his Adventure consultant business who takes every day people on one of the most dangerous mountain in the world I mean what?! how is this possible, people are free to do whatever they want with there lives but guys, use common sense right,are you insane? my view change instantly from a good sport movie to what it must be, an horror and catastrophic story. It's amazing to watch people using ladder to pass over a crevasse, as Beck says, '' yes i'm scary, i know i can die but i didn't pay to die like i was in Walmart''
at the end you can't blame Rob Hall, he died trying to make every customers happy.. against all safety like Doug the Postman, what is he doing here? none of them meet the requirement to be there, even Beck who was training 6/7 days is a miracle, the man is alive but shouldn't.
i loved the movie because of the Everest's beauty, the cast who delivered, and most importantly the story which was, for me, incredible. the survivors can't be proud of this adventure but really be happy to be alive. it's a must see
Lone Survivor (2013)
war movie at it's best
if I was younger, I will go to the Seal training, it's hell, and not everybody can go through but after this movie I wanted to sign in even more.
the movie is about a small part of Red Wings Op. but, not the easiest one, far from it and the only thing which bothers me is, why they didn't tie up the 3 guys then get the call or tried until they find a place high enough and someone says ''yep, we will be there in 20 min to pick you up'', released the 3 Muslims after ward, will never know
this is one of the best since Black Hawk Down, all the cast gives a superb performance and there are the stunts which are unbelievable, they (the real Seals) should have died almost 10 times before finally being shot down.
It was a great story to tell, about cool, committed and proud people, the cherry on the cake is P. Berg, who did a stunning job as always, if you've liked the Kingdom you will adore this movie like I do, I've seen it many times now and still good
well it's a must watch