Omar Killed Me

Omar Killed Me

In the summer of 1991 an elderly woman Ghislaine Marchal is found murdered in the basement of her home with the message "Omar M'a Tuer" (Omar has kill me) written beside in her own blood. Despite a lack of forensic or DNA evidence, her Moroccan gardener Omar Raddad is found guilty and sentenced to 18 years in a French prison. Shocked by the case, and convinced of his innocence, journalist Pierre-Emmanuel Vaugrenard moves to Nice to investigate, and uncover the truth...

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Julian P (br) wrote: Here's a good example of how far minimalistic films can go. You don't really need a bunch of characters on screen, too many locations and a mind-blowing and life-changing argument, in order to create a good movie. "Locke" shows us how a man deals with his family, job and the fuck-ups he made in the past, all of this in 90 minutes or less. But wait... I've heard this before. Because it's the story of most of the people nowadays. It's that real, that you even feel everything Ivan Locke's getting through. And how, in the beginning, we are introduced to a successful guy who has it all, but at the end, loses almost everything, with a little hope on the new life that is born in the last 15 minutes.There's no human antagonist in here. The bad guy is Ivan's past, who is making consequences threading his personal and professional relationships. We don't know what's coming next, of course in the last shot we saw him driving ahead, probably to meet his new kid, but will he get his job back? Is he coming back home? Will his wife forgive him? That's the cliffhanger of this film.As I mentioned before, there's no need of a big argument to make a good film out of it. A normal person's life is a different movie every single day.

Bernard N (au) wrote: Based on hollywood's Cellular, this was a nice surprise remake indeed. Captivating from beginning to the end and with few surprises to keep us reeling in suspense. Well done HK production.

Bronwen M (de) wrote: Not brilliant, but entertaining.

david s (it) wrote: It's the Movie That Had to be Made - because everyone (male or female) must admit they would indulge their fantasies if given this chance. So it's refreshing that it was made well, with humour and taste. But, all said and done, it's just a cheap trick well executed.

Kara H (es) wrote: probably would've liked this better if I was a big fan of stevie nicks or into the goth scene.

Gabriel L (jp) wrote: WoW! That Freaked me out !

Millie M (kr) wrote: About author and poet Dorthy Parker. She is the person with the clever saying "Men seldom make passes with girls who wear glasses".

Scott C (es) wrote: Great idea. Great promotional poster. It didn't work for me though. Why such great reviews on here?

Jeffrey P (us) wrote: Though much of its running time is talky and somewhat static, the ending is emotional and effective.

Mark D (mx) wrote: An entertaining movie that, if thought about too much, becomes much less. The story is hardly even present, and makes little sense. We never even learn why the main character says and does what he does. He's like some sort of misunderstood anti-hero without any reason at all for us to sympathize with him. The sword fighting is cool, but very cartoony in nature. The bad ass fighters somehow manage to take down 30 men single-handedly. Each with a single stroke. Then they talk about it as if it was no big deal. I wont even go into how the women are treated here. Ugh.On the positive side the movie looks great, and has a beautiful sense of style to it. I would like to visit this world. I was shocked when the darn thing just ended in the middle of a big sword fight. We never even get a resolution to the main "conflict! It just stopped. Weird.

Aeo F (nl) wrote: This movie is so good!

Stefan G (jp) wrote: When I first heard of this film, it represented Sylvester Stallone's comeback as an action star. I can't exactly say I didn't get what the film promised, but what I got was a rather empty action film that desperately needed more substance. Frankly, this is one of those films where the title was infinitely more appealing than the actual film. Though I commend the film for its attempt at a more personal narrative, but it doesn't do this very well, with essentially the same writing clichs that plague most action films. The characters are nothing special, and they're all basically stock personalities. They aren't terrible, but they clearly deserve more personality, and the script doesn't help much. The film looks like it could have been a hard-hitting action film, but looks only go so far in action films, and this film's style of presentation is very typical. At the very least, the action scenes still pack a bit of the punch that Stallone's action films were known for, but it's ultimately quite tame. It's not bad, but it's the kind of film that doesn't really aim for anything above its station, and with no ambitions of being anything other than an action film that relies on nostalgia. I guess, however, that's the price we're expected to pay when it comes to actors who are now past their prime.

Stacy (mx) wrote: i love twitch!!!! He shoulda bin the main character, i enjoyed this movie!