The Heir Apparent: Largo Winch (2008)
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When billionaire Nerio Winch (Miki Manojlovic) is murdered, the focus shifts to his reluctant heir, Largo (Tomer Sisley), to take over the reins of his late father's major international corporation. But first he must overcome the onslaught of drug traffickers, assassins, militia fighters and double-dealing corporate-political traders to fulfill his destiny at the head of the table in this fast-paced Euro action-adventure thriller. -- (C) Music Box Films
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Fortunately for the company, Largo turns out to be a formidable knife fighter in the corporate sense; fortunately for this sleek, empty thriller, he turns out to be a formidable knife fighter in the street sense too.
Do you sometimes get the feeling that you haven't seen a film before, but you might as well have? All of the ingredients are basic.
The generic plot is redeemed by exciting action sequences, good-looking location photography and a hot sex scene involving a femme fatale named Lea.
It stars Kristin Scott Thomas, in one of those French roles she usually excels at. But the movie is a mess.
If you like the Bond movies, you owe it to yourself to check out "Largo Winch."
There's so much plot and so many locations in this international finance-steeped thriller that it's one very exhausting but ultimately satisfying rollercoaster.
It's a film that flies through its frantic pace with the greatest of ease, delivering a couple of real surprises along with set pieces that pay sincere homage to Ian Fleming's James Bond books
An exhilarating, thrilling and thoroughly suspenseful action thriller.
There's little room for the viewer to get his or her footing, particularly when the assumed point of identification is the relative nonentity of a hero.
Audience Reviews for The Heir Apparent: Largo Winch
- Ann Ferguson: Our founder has past away.
- Largo Winch: I have my own way.
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