The story of Joseph a man plagued by violence and a rage that is driving him to self-destruction. As Joseph's life spirals into turmoil a chance of redemption appears in the form of Hannah, a Christian charity shop worker. Their relationship develops to reveal that Hannah is hiding a secret of her own with devastating results on both of their lives.
The film tells the story of violent alcoholic Joseph (Peter Mullan), a man plagued by violence and a rage that is driving him to self-destruction, who finds respite with a devout woman (Olivia Colman) whose husband abuses her. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ca) wrote: Too-sappy tale of honor and redemption among thieves on a train further let down by indecipherable action sequences. Ends with not one but two musical montages set to awful songs.
(de) wrote: not a fan of joshua with the accident, it was ok not as good as i thought it was going to be tho
(gb) wrote: I enjoyed this-it's funny political fun. I think Bradley Whitford's made most of his money from playing presidential aides.
(us) wrote: Classic movie for the boys! John Leguizamo in one of his first films! SEE IT!
(it) wrote: I don't really need to say anything, do I?
(nl) wrote: Don't remember finishing it, couldn't connect with the characters based on their behavior.
(de) wrote: The first act is brilliant; the second and third acts, not so much. But even in the film's lowest points, the lingering sense of camp and strong performance from Justin Long help to keep you invested until the harrowing end.
(us) wrote: The baffling third act completely took me out of it. It just didn't make any sense. I admire its artistic decision; it's a visually and aurally sumptuous movie. The cinematography, the costumes, the set design, and the score are all remarkable. The first 40 minutes of the film is absolutely horrifying and yet enthralling, so it is a shame that the rest of the movie becomes gradually dull and doesn't quite live up to the height of the first act. Ben Whishaw gives a solid performance as the protagonist, but the other performances are not so captivating (with the exception of Dustin Hoffman.) Kudos to director Tom Tykwer for adapting a supposedly-unfilmable novel into a very artistic but somewhat emotionally hollow film. Perfume is a bizarre movie that makes you scratch the back of your head after the viewing.
(br) wrote: I'd give this film 10 out of 5 stars if I could...
(es) wrote: I'll always have respect for this film being my true gateway into John Woo's films, which I've come to greatly admire in terms of crafting action. Hard Target stands out to this day because Woo employed a certain look and feel that he used in his Hong Kong films (slow motion, emphasizing minor details and images for symbolism, etc) and used them in an American made film, resulting in a unique looking film that's distinctive from other American action films. It feels so different that it's almost jarring! This film's action is impressive, giving every bit of violence, big or small, a certain power and intensity, the Mardi Gras warehouse scene alone is worth seeing, and Lance Henriksen is fucking great as the film's villian, playing it over-the-top yet believable and entertaining. That said, the rest of the characters including lead Van Damme and Yancy Butler are likable, but never have as much depth as you'd like them to, and let's be honest, with Van Damme he's great on the moves but not so great on the acting! For fans that are aware of the film's uncut workprint and have seen it, albeit not so great quality, it makes it slightly more difficult to enjoy the official release knowing it's not as complete as it could be. Still, Hard Target stands out best for its action and unique style, which along with its over-emphasized action, great antagonist characters, some silly and great dialogue moments, makes for an entertaining experience; while the plot is good enough to make you care, but not deep enough to hook you in completely.