The story is quite simple and The Immortal definitely has it's flaws, but overall it is an awesome ride. Net is absolutely legal and contain only links to other sites on the Internet : dailymotion. What more, it's to the police's advantage that the mob is killing one another, and thus warned to keep an arm's length at the explosive gangland war. Jean Reno as usual excels in this role, and you'll find yourself rooting for his character despite his flaws and what his character actually was in the past. Kad Merad's Zacchia too puts in a moment of brilliance when he delivered a hypocritical speech about the value of close friendships, while his demeanour behind closed doors is anything but, lying to the masses without a flinch.
Don't expect Mattei to be dishing out revenge with creativity though, as his is a simple dispatch involving a signature one shot to the head, and one to the heart, two critical areas to ensure the grim reaper comes calling. Well it is very interesting to see Kad Merad and Jean Reno in this underground thriller of the Marseillais mafia. Oh yeah, Top was cropped to widest frame minus 1pxl in order not to leave in 1pxl of black border. The act of revenges could have been executed variously than all the time in the same way. There are the occasional lapses into monologues, although it does play up the fear factor here when he carries out the threat of striking when his enemies least expect him to. Against all odds, he will not die.
There were some nice and also brutal scenes and Jean Reno was his usual steady self, nothing spectacular, but not bad either. French movies are the best in Europe so far and sometimes even better than the other average Hollywood productions. What follows is an intense, action-packed and bloody thriller. I saw for the first time Kad Merad in a bad guy role and he played this one very convincing. Based loosely on a true story premise where a French gangster got pumped with lead and left for dead but miraculously survived the hit, 22 Bullets is a revenge flick worthy of its Europa Corp pedigree so you'll know just what to expect - a stylish thriller filled with anti-heroes, and plenty of gratuitous violence with the charismatic Jean Reno in the role of an avenging angel out to settle scores when the perpetrators just wouldn't leave him alone in his retired life. The Immortal tells the story of an older man, Charly Mattei, who claims to have quit the mafia in Marseille, France.
However, one winter morning, he's left for dead in the underground parking garage of Marseille's Old Port with 22 bullets in his body. Against all odds, he will not die. As Zacchia puts it succinctly, a wrong is a wrong no matter what layer of morality gets draped over it. Directed by Richard Berry who also had a small role in the film, 22 Bullets is unflinching in its violence, and the mowing down of Charly Mattei early in the film somehow is reminiscent of other massacres such as that of Sonny Corleone in Francis Ford Coppola's The Godfather, or Murphy in Paul Verhoeven's Robocop. Lazy, hampered by a poor script, and plodding in places Reno hams it up almost in 'Omage to Vincent Price, the scene in the car with Goldman as he begs her to have some compassion for his kidnapped son and his lip quivering is just text book ham, as is a later scene where he struggles his way through more barbed wire than those landing on the beaches on D Day encountered. Director Richard Berry created here a fast paced thriller that was never boring.
The pictures around Marseille and the sea were wonderful. However, one winter morning, he's left for dead in the underground parking garage of Marseille's Old Port with 22 bullets in his body. Since three years he's living a comfortable life and devoting himself to his wife and two kids. However, there were too many cliche's in this movie to make it anything more than amusing. I'm going to have to admit that the movie wasn't really that bad though.
For the past three years he's been living a comfortable life and devoting himself to his wife and two kids. Charly Mattei has turned a new leaf on his past as an outlaw. The whole story was very predictable, with no unexpected plot twists or anything spectacular that will make it memorable. The Immortal may not be as good as Un Prophet but could definitely become a cult classic like the first Boondock Saints. The thought of watching a two hour thing about a French mafioso do they even have Mafia in France? Conclusion: If you wanna lay back and watch an entertaining movie, this is probably one for you. Net,Director by Richard Berry, A retired mobster goes on a revenge spree after being left for dead with 22 bullets in his body by his former childhood friend. .
Since three years he's living a comfortable life and devoting himself to his wife and two kids. Bản quyền sub : vantan 4 years ago 1 39. They probably aren't as accurate as the true subtitles but at the least, they get you through the movie. Jean Reno is back on track in this great French production. He has a family and lives in peace, but is suddenly shot in a serious hit. Storyline Charly Matteï has turned a new leaf on his past as an outlaw. Then, one winter morning, he's left for dead in the parking garage in Marseille's Old Port, with 22 bullets in his body.
In a strange parallel between those finding on opposite sides of the fence, it's all about doing a job, and then going home to family at the end of the day. Woody 4 years ago 1 34. Pumped full of bullets and left for dead Matei begins to piece together who was responsible and following the brutal murder of loyal henchman Karim Matei packs his family off for safety and embarks on a one man killing spree culminating in a tense stand off with Zak. If you have any legal issues please contact the appropriate media file owners or host sites. Not outstanding either, but given the fact that there are a lot of French nobody's in the film, no disrespect intended! As for the cops led by Marie Goldman Marina Fois , she's eager to look for an opening to avenge her husband's killing, yet bounded by duty to know that she has to keep personal and business separate. It's not like you haven't seen this before.
However, one winter morning, he's left for dead in the underground parking of Marseille's Old Port with 22 bullets in his body. Against all odds, he will not die. For the last three years, he's led a peaceful life devoting himself to his wife and two children. For the past three years he's been living a comfortable life and devoting himself to his wife and two kids. As the adage goes, one can never quite leave the gangland, and Reno's Charly Mattei, a once feared mobster in Marseille who signalled his retirement through the selling of his businesses to childhood friend Tony Zacchia Kad Merad in a serious role , it's all about having a reputation that's still influential, and in order for friends to want to move along with their plans against his moral tones of zero involvement in drugs, the only way is to launch a pre- emptive strike to take Mattei out of the equation, only for the group of gunmen to fail in their quest and Mattei's reputation grows to become L'Immortel for obvious reasons. Action Crime Thriller Charly Matteï has turned his back on his life as an outlaw.