Denzel Washington time Travel movie
FOR TONY SCOTT (1944-2012), a remarkable director who knows how to talk about a scenario and adjust the efficiency of a scene to the millimeter ... TONY SCOTT IS A GREAT DIRECTOR!!
For the scenario that demonstrates a real force in his writing ...
For the pleasure of seeing Denzel evolve screen, Denzel Washington in the role of an inspector, insightful, tenacious, courageous, and idealistic law
it is a role tailor to Denzel ... his human elegance fills the screen, ... as always! elsewhere!
His natural ability, he has the gift of being able to express with great accuracy the most dramatic human emotions on screen is great as always! For Val Kilmer, who second role, is doing very well! and arrives too! with great clarity and a certain simplicity to contribute to the credibility of good situations.
All roles are second btw at one time or another put to film, and all involved in the telling of the story ...
Roles protagonnistes of this story are well distributed, and everyone involved in this story ... A film halfway between several film genres, Thriller Action, police investigation, with a small side-Fantastico sci-fi wonder ... Bluffing is ...! A great success!
"Déjà Vu" is not a simple or trivial film and will surely become, over the years, a Classic!
An original script, add it staged quite remarkable! Tony Scott! , Brother of Ridley.
Tony Scott is a great director! the dynamics of these works and his work is very high caliber,
Whether the "TOP GUN" 1986 "USS Alabama" 1995 "Enemy STATE" for "Man on Fire" in 2004, or "DEJA VU" in 2006
TONY SCOTT, knew the heart of his career, completely renovate the cinema and dépoussirer a certain routine, the traditional action movie, the subjects it deals with a very high gloss style, and visual dynamics very held high, are often complex issues, in which the human beings are facing extremely difficult human situation, which requires them to a very high reasoning ability and high quality decisions, came to a very delicate position .
The characters in the films of Tony Scott, are often faced with situations, or general skills are put to the test, both psychologically and in terms of the intellect, or the psychological and sometimes in terms of some physical endurance too. Scott would like to maintain a rigorous level of credibility scenes or logical feasibility of certain things by the hero. A great overall coherence is a trademark of Scott ... very close situations which can occur avéver actual or potential, are believable, and are brought to a climax, often through a scenario and it worked very into the smallest details.
Scenarios are often articulated and worked with TONY than RIDLEY SCOTT, who leaves his happy more often scenario unfold as a "red carpet" or boulevard of bitumen, or as a walk on the tarmac ... (This is just an observation of general order.).
Well, Tony Scott's film, is our dear neurons work! Furthermore, as many actions "general" movie, much more than many more traditional action movies, yet high quality.
(Eg the series "Die Hard" with Bruce Willis is very direct and unadorned, although the talent of John MC Tierman (director) is obviously just as innovative and very high).
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