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Crime thriller about two cops on the trail of a criminal mastermind. Forced to team up with new rookie partner Shane Dekker (Ryan Phillippe) when a shooting goes badly wrong, veteran detective Quentin Connors (Jason Statham) has to grin and bear it. But they soon have to forget about personality clashes when arch criminal Lorenz (Wesley Snipes) and his gang steal over one billion dollars in a bank heist. A game of cat and mouse soon develops, with the cops baffled as to how 'Mr Big' seems to know their every move.
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As a film, 'Chaos' fluctuates between action and dialogue, but personally I found that to be very effective. Films that are almost all action soon dull or overload the senses, whereas the changes in tempo and tension in 'Chaos' serve to lift you up, let you relax a little, and then hit you again.
If you like films such as 'The Inside Man' or 'The Bank Job', then you are likely to enjoy this. It is certainly worth watching and although not quite worth five stars, it is certainly well worth four.
Jason Statham stars as a suspended cop who is called back into to negotiate with bank robber Wesley Snipes. He is also saddled with a new partner Ryan Philippe.
All three play there stereotypical roles well enough, but Snipes drops out of the film for large portions (as does Statham near the end), and thus most of the action scenes are carried by Philippe.
The chaos theory is supposed to be the main driving device of the plot, but is only referenced a few times and actually quite unnecessary, as the plot could have worked without it.
The plot twists and turns and twists some more, but the pace is uneven with very few action scenes between long strands of talky talky scenes.
Over all not bad, but not enough pace to be a solid thriller and not enough action to be a explosive blockbuster add to that a final denouncement that is not that much of a surprise 'twist' and you've got a movie that was probably a good concept on paper, but quite dull on screen.
"Chaos" stars laconic action hero Jason Statham as Seattle cop Quentin Connors. Under suspension after a civilian is shot, Connors is recalled to duty and teamed with a new young partner (the very impressive Ryan Phillippe) when a hostage taker at a bank (Wesley Snipes) demands to deal with Connors personally.
Naturally the situation begins to unravel, and we've seen much of what follows often; shoot-outs, car chases, explosions, the "oil and water" cops who turn out to be a great match. However "Chaos" has an edge which lifts it above many of its kind. The dynamic pairing of Statham and Phillippe is complemented by an intelligent script which throws in enough sneaky little twists to keep the viewer hooked. Director Tony Giglio keeps a tight hand on the tiller, and delivers a taut and pacy piece of work which is very well worth seeing.
If you are happy with an easy, uncomplicated "thriller" that makes a great Friday/Saturday Night Movie then this is for you.
Anything that has a star line-up of Jason, Wesley & Ryan is not going to set the A list alight. This is a very creditable B movie - small budget, reasonably acted and unsubtle movie.
It begins with a shooting on a bridge, includes a very explosive bank robbery and ends with a slight twist. See it as an ordinary film and this is well worth watching. Statham is good as the cop brought back from suspension at the request of the robbers; Snipes is passable as the main villian and Phillipe is average as the young rookie cop.
I don't believe in giving the game away by telling people the whole plot, suffice to say that the ending of this film is something you will never have imagined and it's a brilliant movie. Get the snacks ready and settle down to watch this.
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Bought as a part of my collection. Great film and value for money.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
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Massive twist again for our Jason