Sam wakes up, gets ready and goes to do his daily job. And then the unexpected happens. A bomb explodes in the center of the shopping mall where he works. He drags himself towards the entrance to save the victims. One by one he pulls them out, until something terrible takes place. In complete hysteria he runs off till he falls down from exhaustion. A woman's voice makes him raise his head. She's one of the victims he saved. She wants to know why the suicide bomber did it. This encounter projects him back in history and even in a surreal world. Thereafter he runs into everyone he saved and feels that their defeat shows many parallels with his own. Even his confrontation with the wrongdoer isn't that straightforward as he thought it would be and confronts him with the fact that guilt and innocence can be pretty much alike.
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Charles G (nl) wrote: A curious film and one that must have your full attention. I was initially unclear exactly what had transpired and why. Will Smith's character is hard to engage with and the dramatic prelude to the story and the depth of the character's he is trying to help make it difficult to fully connect with. An interesting idea for a film, with redemption as the central motif (or motive), but I was left underwhelmed, especially as I had been waiting 7 years to see it.
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Keith M (mx) wrote: This "sponsor" thing is pretty silly, but American Gangster looks like it could rank up there with The Godfather (but not quite up with The Godfather Part II!)
Tracy M (es) wrote: Jeremy Piven, even though only it in for like 5 minutes steals this movie. It's great otherwise aswell.
Tyler S (ca) wrote: I really love this film. The 3 personalities go so well in this movie you are drawn in to watch how it unfolds on screen. Bruce Willis and Billy Bob Thornton play the sleep over bandits, 2 recent prison escapees(a fantastic prison break scene)who take the bank manager hostage the night before, then steal the money before the bank opens.Midway through they run into Kate played by Blanchett, as each of them go for her affection. She becomes part of the team and make both men vulnerable.Willis and Thornton are so good here...they are funny, and can be serious at times.It's just a fun movie to watch. It's all personality and this film has a lot of it.
Shane D (de) wrote: Vintage Martin and Vintage middle-period-Caine. A classic piece of sharp and witty comedy. A real VHS weekly hire stalwart.
Ronald R (au) wrote: The vigilante feel me.
Muffin M (fr) wrote: I own this on Blu-Ray in a two-movie pack along with:* Firefox (1982)
Mitchell M (it) wrote: While it may not join the ranks alongside other outstanding biopics, a good leading performance from Ethan Hawke cements "Born To Be Blue" as a solid Chet Baker tribute.