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Nice action-thriller movie. Something rare lately. Something rare because every action movie director push always too much the action and "creates" impossible jumps and car accident and so on. Simple is better.
I don't know why I like so much Woody Allen. Every movie he diriected I watch, I always feel like it's a good movie but nothing special. This one doesn't make any exception. It's enjoyable, the 80 minutes pass by very fast, but it ends to be a normal film. Some parts are funny and there's a nice mockery, but that's not enough from one of most considered ever director of satira's movie.
Come on, are you kidding me? Schwary that pronounce more than 20 words in a movie and jokes? That's not true! Unfotunately, he always has the same expression, so it's definitely him.
The movie is not bad. Actually, it's more than not bad. A lot of very nice ideas all put in a very good sci-fi movie. For example, the implantation of memories has been taken nearly 20years later for an american series (dollhouse). The implantation was made exactly in the same way, so probably it's really taken from this movie. Particularly impressive the ending. I saw last week a program of Micho Kaku (a scientist) that talked of something similar to what happened at the end of the movie, and also this come 20 years later and it's still groundbreaking. Others consideration: also Inception took something from this movie? I don't know the normalsexual habits of Arnold, but a day in which you wake up with that (but also a latter one) Sharon Stone in your bed, it's always a good day. And the last one: what does the italian title (Atto di forza) matter with the story and the original one? Nothing, as usual!
Why revolutionate the character of Sherlock Holmes in a so blockbusterish way? Robert Dowining jr has a perfect role for this kind of character, but in the end he seems more a Tony Stark than a Sherlock Holmes. Didn't like it.