August 1, 2019 comment
I just got out Fast and furious gifts: Hobbes and Shaw at the Cineworld IMAX Cinema in Leicester Square. I mention this because IMAX paid my ticket and I want to get it out of the way. Yes, this is the kind of movie that if you see it in IMAX, you really get the benefit, the many views, the cityscapes, the big explosions, the details and the details of the things that happen, it's more enjoyable to try at that size , surround sound and more. Attention, small spoilers come in, but nothing ruins the movie. I hope.
What we have here is a superhero movie disguised as a cop movie for a cop. Not very good camouflage, either Drew Pierce, wrote a sitcom for superheroes No heroics, wrote for Iron Man 3 and on Sherlock Holmes movies (which are also superhero disguises) have their footprints on this whole thing – especially the Shaw family, I'd bet. And thank God for that, because this movie is actually funny in all the right places.
In addition, with much of it set up in London, he manages to get that right in a way that only pleases Kingsman has succeeded in the latest blockbuster movies. Even Thor: The gloomy world has managed to confuse how to get to Greenwich from King's Cross.
But this movie knows its geography, as cars / motorcyclists chase around Mayfair, giving blockbuster movies, their first ever full-blown photo of Greggs Bakery. If I thought they could afford it, I would swear it was product placement – like all the car and bike logos that the camera suddenly finds fascinating. There may be a few too many Union Jacks – this is not America, we have no flags everywhere, but it can help remind the audience where this is and why everyone is on the wrong side of the road.
The movie starts with a team at MI6, led by Hattie, downloading the owners of the supervirus just to get it out of their hands Idris ElbaBrixton. That's right, give a British character a name in a British place, someone is reading too much Warren EllisOh, and also the London suburb, known for being the blackest part of town. Rub it. But Black Superman will be something, no question. Look, the movie even knows its a superhero movie.
And then he treats Hebs and Shaw on a split screen in their different worlds, one filled with sunshine and the other with rain, making the appropriate breakfast, as Hobbs pulls weights into the gym and Shaw pulls pins into his pub. But this virus is loose. And Hattie has it – embedded in her hand in soluble capsule form – just two days before it dissolves, killing it and then killing the world.
Scientists give us two variants of the viral exercise. Go to the bad guys' plans for extracting virus safety. Or kill Hattie and burn your body.
With the exception of myself and the audience I was with, I had a third option. There's an elephant in the room – and I don't mean Hobbes on the plane trying to find a place. Cut off her arm. She lives, she's very capable, they probably have something in MI6 CIA. Cut off her hand and burn it. Even part of her arm. We can see where the capsules are, cut her arm, maybe keep her thumb and burn what is cut off. Cut it, we shouted, it seems so obvious that it is not even explained by the scientist's mambo jumbo. Although I suppose with one hand, how will he manage to hold the ball for an idiot? I'm going to ask Drew anyway …
Thus, these two different types enter the world of spies, gangsters, genetic engineering and red buses in London, tracking down the disappeared Halley, as the mysterious Brixton Eteon crime gang plans its genocides similar to Thanos. Although we are upholding humanity with technology, creating the Cyborg Idris Elba, with a Midnighter-style internal computer, waterproof leather and a remote-controlled motorcycle that behaves more like a Silver Surfer board, taking orders from the never-seen Big Bad. This is a superhero movie, it really is.
It crosses a continent and a country, from London to Moscow to Ukraine to Samoa, has the size and scope to this IMAX-friendly film, which also helps combat the moment when the movie's demise becomes the third act of every A-episode always on the topic.
This is not a sophisticated movie of any stretch of the imagination. Not as sophisticated as most superhero or spy movies. But he has a real sense of fun throughout the camera and loves it Jason Statham and Dwayne JohnsonAs they growl, grimace and spit on each other. One sequence at the CIA's black site in London is particularly rewarding, as their faces fill the massive IMAX screen, offending one another – flipping straight down into the camera lens, bouncing eyebrows, chin protruding back and forth. It's like the biggest budget episode of Peep Show you have seen
And the camera – and especially the lighting engineer – loves it Vanessa Kirby like Hattie, shadows play out of her nose as she does a convincing job of the current Hollywood tendency of a fighter with infinity, but never stretches the disbelief too far, as an early memorable scene at the beginning of the battle with Hobbs has it, as he just raises her in the air and holds her there to stop their battle. I suppose she might have been the only one who thought to cut her own hand, but she reasonably kept it to herself.
Ryan Reynolds as Hobbs' CIA best friend, Hobbes-obsessed Game of Thrones as a star turn as it basically represses Deadpool in any scene in which it is located – including two credit scenes – particularly inappropriate when it comes to children. Helen Myron since Shaw's mother is a superbly old log that ties the family together. Eliana Sua as Hobbs 'daughter is classically cleverly cute to Disney and gives us the whole hilarious scene of Hobbes' dad being cast in the movie. Rob Delaney as British CIA agent Ryan Reynolds, the CIA equivalent, gets too little screen time. And Kevin Lock as the Air Marshal who becomes their Oracle could do a little more – is he destined for bigger appearances in future franchise versions, such as Simon Peg in Mission Impossible III? Eddie Marsan, I love everything, and its Eastern European scholar has it on the more timid side of its range – at least to begin with. But they all add to the sense of ease that goes through this movie and stops it from being a deadly slogan to pass.
And yes, there are gifts for Newsnight Gavin Esler pop up. Obviously Hollywood is attracted.
So yes, this is a fun movie, and the script keeps it lighter and lighter, truly more fun than any of the franchises so far. You probably won't expect too much. But you will be pleasantly surprised.
As long as you are not only in the car of the car. Because yes, there were several car chases. But do you know what? No more than any other spy movie. Things went on …
Fast and furious gifts: Hobb & Shaw is already in theaters. Including IMAX.
(Последна актуализация 1 август 2019 г. 12:36 ч )