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Thursday, April 1, 2010

From Paris With Love

From Paris With Love
movie review
(March 5 @ TGV S.Pyramid)

(Source: Screencrave)
  • Director: Pierre Morel
  • Writers: Adi Hasak (screenplay), Luc Besson (story)
  • Cast: John Travolta, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Kasia Smutniak, Richard Durden, Ying Bing
  • Cinematography: Michel Abramowicz
  • Music: David Buckley
James Reese (Meyers) is a personal aide to the US Ambassador in France with a side job helping the CIA clean up messes by changing license plates on cars, low level stuff. He is also in love with a beautiful French woman (Smutniak) who proposes to him the night he is given the opportunity he has been waiting for, the chance to become a bonafide secret agent. This is where we meet his new partner, FBI Agent Charlie Wax (Travolta). Wax is a wildman. He doesn’t follow protocol and gets things done in his own way. Reese is uncomfortable. He’s not a man of action. He is a thinker. He likes chess. He can’t call his fiancĂ© because his phone is out of batteries.

Personal Rating
Plot: 7/10
Action: 8/10
Effect: 7/10
Excitement: 7/10
overall 7.5/10

Personal comment
If you watched Taken, I am sure you agree with me it is a nice movie.
No doubt, the director produce another nice movie again - From Paris With Love.

Wonder if you still remember John Travolta acting in The Taking of Pelham 123, he is absolutely different in this movie. A good acting in this movie with Jonathan Rhys, which can give you all the excitement in this movie.

If you are looking for something extra ordinary, there is nothing in this movie.
Laughter? YES! and for your information, this is not an epic action movie.

There is a twist in this movie, which I didn't expected and I think it is interesting.

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