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All this comic-book carnage is well orchestrated by Gavras, albeit utterly preposterous even by the reality-warping standards of action thrillers.
A fresh riff on "Les Tontons flingueurs" by way of "Jackie Brown"...
Tthere's still a sense that Gavras left a little meat on the bone -- that he could have done a bit more to flesh out everyone's fortunes. But The World Is Yours is such an intoxicating delight because it still manages to make you care.
Fast-rising director Romain Gavras takes a giant leap forward in the feature film arena with his ballsy, Cannes-approved pulp/crime comedy The World Is Yours.
A fun movie with a ton of good comedic performances.
a brassy, ballsy dash through multicultural France's (criminal) place in a world where indeed - as is claimed by the Illuminati conspiracies with which Henri becomes hilariously obsessed - everything is connected, albeit chaotically.
At Cannes with its notoriously unpredictable audiences the reaction to the film was overwhelmingly positive. It is your stereotypical crowd pleaser.
The World is Yours is a gleeful romp through one bad situation after another punctuated by a gifted cast, comedic brilliance, and imaginative writing.
There comes a film every once in a while that attempts to reinvent the genre, this is not that. What this does that others do not is that it incorporates more styles and cinematic genres than others of the same category.
A splashy, stylish, skilfully executed and supremely entertaining effort, and a mighty fun time at the cinema.
Cassel gives a relishable display of slow-burn cluelessness, and Leklou, extremely watchable as the ineffectual Farès, comes across as a kind of French Eddie Marsan.
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