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Book Title: Patriots Day|
Directors: Peter Berg
Genre: Crime, Drama, History, Thriller
Release Date: 2017-01-13
Country: Hong Kong
Runtime: 133 min
Stars: Mark Wahlberg,Michelle Monaghan,J.K. Simmons,Mark Wahlberg,Michelle Monaghan,J.K. Simmons
IMDb Rating: 7.4
Full movie description "Patriots Day":On April 15, 2013 Boston, Massachusetts, Police Sgt, Tommy Saunders is pulling security duty on the annual Boston Marathon when the Tsarnaev brothers strike with their homemade bombs in an act of terrorism. In the resulting chaos as the wounded are cared for, Saunders and his comrades join forces with the FBI to get to the bottom of this attack. As the investigation continues, the Tsarnaev brothers realize that the authorities are close to identifying them and attempt to flee the city to continue their fanatical mayhem. To stop them, a police manhunt is performed that would have bloody confrontations and a massive dragnet shutting down the City of Boston to make sure there is no escape from the law.
Reviews of the Patriots DayPeter Berg, a man of tragically flag-waving predilections, finishes the calamitous triplet led by his Hollywood star-fetish Mark Wahlberg, which was inaugurated with 2013's "Lone Survivor" and resumed only a few years later with the frenetic "Deepwater Horizon", a movie nominated for an Academy Award for its technical constituents. So the feature film that concludes, apparently, that directional volition about dramatizing the confrontation between a daring and patriotic paladin against a painful misfortune is ironically "Patriots Day", a work with ambiguous messages and diverted pretensions taking back in time the unity and tenacity feeling that arose on April 15, 2013 by a long-runtime thriller docudrama with a rather slow pace, which doesn't use all its options due to a arrhythmic editing work, an un- strategic directional style and an unglued narrative thread, at least, with regard to the babel of supporting characters and formulaic flaws, taking into account the previous works of this patriotic and concise filmmaker.
Boston, main actor's city of origin concomitantly, has managed to recompose from a pair of blows which collapsed a stable community, some upright civilians and in generic terms, the American tranquility in its full extent. The terrorist attack, perpetrated by a Kyrgyz and a Soviet, which shook the annual and traditional Boston Marathon, on April 15, 2013, near the finish line. Is there any bait more customary-crowded by the fervent patriotic sense-than an American athletic competition to congregate an immense deluge of pale faces around two explosions inspired by the animadversion-blasts? In this episode that left traces on the skin of the people from Boston is placed the story of Berg and Wahlberg, however, the leading actor in the story is the only apocryphal character (inspired by several officers who participated in the rescues) within all that sea of realities. Tommy Saunders is a dipsomaniac sergeant, who to be active again in the assignment of true significance cases, he must be responsible for guarding the most important athletic event for his people, with not only a bruised knee, also his ego.
Despite the diminished expertise, the director understands in advance what he wants and what utensils are essential to carry out his task: pay homage the brave men with an impressive wisdom, which helped them to not lose their sanity in the midst of such a maelstrom of madness. Appreciable is the dedicated approach to the supporting characters, showing a heteroclite and coarse caution with respect to the exposition and corresponding ephemeris of those affected people by the terrorist attack, affected people with an introduction and conclusion as constrained as unsatisfactory. On the other side of the coin are the saviors, the main heroes of the odyssey led by Wahlberg, actor who has woven a consistent work camaraderie with Berg because of the services provided and whose best executed performance in the film triplet is achieved here, considering the overacting anti-terrorism message unsuitable basic and tacky that manifests the aberrant skills of the screenwriters for incorporating a required hopeful and educational lesson, an actor who continues his acting journey towards Ithaca, that symbolizes the property that only experience can confer: the apprehension that less is more, sometimes. Together with him are veracious titans in the field ranging from J. K. Simmons to Kevin Bacon, from Michelle Monaghan to John Goodman, some actors impersonating researchers, others in roles of interviewer, keeping as a common factor the need to pay tribute to the true heroes.
The script, which is riddled with possibilities, only manages to bring out a couple of them, leaving up in the air the potential of other conceptions that, with a different polishing, would have made the pleasures of the fussiest moviegoers. It's made up of a mosaic of ideas from three screenwriters that, most of the time, doesn't conclude on anything really optimized. The film expels core proposals that end up on the scrap heap due to they don't have a sense of direction.
As for the recreation of the events, which was one of the most attractive and magnetic points for the audience, they decently built the calamity and agony witnessed a few years ago. Opting for gunfights and chases executed with hand-held camera techniques, these result in an untidiness becoming disappointing, the fluctuation of the cameraman can be palpable in some shots, softening the meager beauty in the midst of so much human monstrosity. However, there are fantastic scenes such as the moment after the explosion from a high- angle shot where the cloud of smoke emerging from the homemade bomb allows to glimpse the victims plummeting or kneeling in the roughness of the asphalt, a beautiful and mournful lament at the same time, nevertheless, panoramas like these are counted on the fingers of one hand.
Peter Berg fulfills his concern: to pay homage, full stop. It won't become a pressing classic about either American tragedies nor about the battle of a man for saving his people, and perhaps, it gonna has no place in the avalanche of upcoming awards, but what matters here is the goal of the director: to honor those who were genuinely in the claws of smoke, fire, and turmoil. FBI agent, spectator, runner, Yankee, Latin American, of the yellow race, child, adult, needy, wealthy, clumsy, intellectual: human, everything is condensed in that, we're all human and we have to support ourselves in the time of cholera, in order to preserve our species. Ultimately, that's the moral message of the movie, and although this aura failed to encompass the event in its entirety, at least managed to communicate what generated the tragedy, which, by the misfortune of the attackers, had counterproductive sequels due to the bombs didn't divide us, these ones unified us.
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