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It's wonderful to know that modern cinema can still come up with gems like this. It's the perfect melding of great story, script, acting and modern technology that all come together in order to tell an extremely powerful modern (and dark) fairytale. I can't go into the plot too much as it's too good to ruin! Suffice to say that if you want to watch a film that tells a story of substance with style and emotional power then this is definitely for you.
Ok, so it's Martin Scorsese so we're instantly primed to love it/think it's a masterpiece.
Watched this yesterday after a few years of not bothering and am absolutely baffled by the high scores. The accents are terrible. The acting is terrible. here is annoying and constant music throughout the entire film that drives you crazy. And while it looks stylish it comes across as completely false and melodramatic. It's one of those films when you notice how many extras there are walking around and acting unnaturally. Seriously, anyone who fancies themselves as a critic and who hasn't watched this in a while should come and have another look. It's bad. Really really bad. And wow, it goes on for ever as well. Avoid!
Entertaining rubbish with the most spectularly bad English accent by Charlie Hunman-worth watching for the comedy of that voice to be honest. And he's English in real life too?! I think he might just be a bad actor...
Here's how to spot a terrible film on Netflix: a well known cast, well known director and/or producer and it's gone straight to Netflix. Why? Because they know it's so bad that it will lose a ton of money after marketing?PR costs idf released in cinemas so they get Netflix to buy it and save a LOT of money.
It should work as a film but once again it's devoid of any tension as you know what's going to happen from the very start anyway. Add on the dumb decisions from what is supposedly a super well trained Special Forces team ("we need you for detailed planning, "OK I'm in", Screw the fact that I came up with the detailed planning and that's what I was hired for, let's ignore my plan"). Having seen Charlie Hunman in a few things I'm wondering if he struck it lucky in Sons of Anarchy as he'e pretty awful in everything else!