Boss Level [Blu-ray]
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23 abril 2021
"Vuelva a intentarlo"
Descripción del producto
It was a bad morning for former Special Forces Roy Pulver (Frank Grillo) as he was attacked by a succession of assassins... The last of whom was successful. As the same scenario incredibly replayed day after day, he'd come to realize that the explanation for the time loop-and the only out-rested with his physicist ex (Naomi Watts) and her corrupt defense contractor boss (Mel Gibson). Joe Carnhan's sci-fi actioner co-stars Michelle Yeoh, Annabelle Wallis, Ken Jeong, Selina Lo. 94 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English; Subtitles: English, French. Region Free
Detalles del producto
- Idioma : Inglés, Francés
- Dimensiones del paquete : 17.4 x 13.7 x 1.4 cm; 90 g
- Media Format : NTSC
- Fecha de lanzamiento : 23 abril 2021
- Subtítulos: : Inglés, Francés
- Estudio : Vvs
- ASIN : B08WP3LMSP
- Número de discos : 1
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My take: Upbeat, fun and silly.
I took notice of Joe Carnahan (Boss Level's director) when I saw Smockin' Aces. JC is good at making lighthearted, tightly paced action movies with charismatic actors. As such, Frank Grillo (the protagonist) is perfectly cast as a badass who goes from reluctant to determined. Grillo (Captain America Civil War) gets to shine as the lead. He's a legit badass who handles fights and chases like a boss (pun intended). He also gets to show his drama chops when acting opposite Naomi Watts, who plays his estranged ex-wife, and his own son in real life, whom he's trying to reconnect with after years of absence. Comedians Will Sasso and Ken Jeong enhance the movie's comedic value without overstaying their welcome. Mel Gibson is sinister without trying yet contributes a few chuckles. The budget is limited but the imagination on display is not. The viewer's interest is maintained with an adroit blend of humour, action, and drama. The title and opening sequence attempt to use a video game motif but it feels like an afterthought, as the characters are caught in a time loop, not a game. No other video game references are made beside a scene in an arcade.
Overall, great entertainment.