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Marjon O (jp) wrote: Holy crap! Really great movie and not very far from the truth - RIP Phillip Seymour Hoffman, as he delivered an exceptional performance and a German accent to boot.
Sage H (au) wrote: A movie has to be unique in order for me to actually care about it in any sense and more importantly, to watch it again. I have mixed feelings about this particular film. I went for it solely on the fact it was directed by Pierre Morel, who directed one of my all-time favorite movies: Taken. There are a lot of similarities to Taken but not many present in this film. One being that John Travolta's character is basically indestructible sort of like a MacGyver or Liam Neeson who can basically do anything and get himself out of any situation. The film is also set in Paris. Another similarity which was one of it's major pros was the fact that the film moved at a very fast pace and really didn't even feel slow at any parts. I'll admit the first half of this film was completely boring, I couldn't care any less about the character's. I wasn't feeling Travolta's character or the other dude. But once the film reached it's climax, things got intense as hell. The movie did throw me off by a mile and took an unexpected turn and almost felt like one of those movies where two different people directed the 2 halves of it. It kind of even had a lot of emotion going for it at the end which added to it's major twist that basically boosted it's rating by a few stars just for that alone. Travolta's character is unique in appearance and personality and the new guy did an average job but overall Travolta and it's films second part direction earned it a go for me to watch this again sometime. In the end, I am actually really glad I watched it.
Dustin M (ru) wrote: A lot of good ol' fashion fun. Outdated humor and scenarios played out by two of the most forgotten stars of the 90's. Fun non-the-less. Personally, I liked the dark turn the movie took once Moranis was chased into the school's woodshop.
Jonathan G (ag) wrote: A solid road trip horror fun