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Conspiracy [DVD]

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  • Actors: Val Kilmer, Gary Cole, Jennifer Esposito, Jay Jablonski, Greg Serano
  • Directors: Adam Marcus
  • Producers: Gilbert Dumontet, Alison Semenza
  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Ent.
  • DVD Release Date: 5 Jan. 2009
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0015SWQHQ
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 220,502 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Action-packed revenge thriller about a wounded special forces soldier who takes matters into his own hands when a friend disappears. After being wounded on the battlefields of Iraq, elite special forces soldier MacPherson (Val Kilmer) is forced to retire from the Marine Corps. Arriving back home to an uncertain future, he receives an invitation from a former comrade and reluctantly agrees to join him on his ranch in Arizona. On his arrival, he finds that his friend has mysteriously disappeared, and that none of the locals will admit to knowing him. On further investigation, he discovers a plot by local businesses aimed at running illegal immigrants out of town by any means possible, including murder. Armed and extremely dangerous, the one-man army decides to dispense some rough justice of his own.

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If you haven't seen "Bad Day at Black Rock", "Rambo: First Blood", "Mississippi Burning" and a number of other far superior films you will probably find this quite entertaining.

However this is mainly an updating of Bad Day At Black Rock (Spencer Tracy 1955 and not available to buy on region 2....) and as such it fails completely due to its lack of originality. Even the foyer in the Hotel is the same design. For those that don't know, in BDABR Spencer Tracy played a one-armed former solidier looking for a Japanese Friend of his after WW2. He never finds him. In this film Val Kilmer plays a one-legged ex-marine looking for a Mexican friend of his.

The leading female actress Jennifer Esposito effectively recreates the role of Frances McDormand in Mississippi Burning. She is actually one of the better things about the film, but I couldn't get past the similarity...

The films view of the US is very cynical, and some would say completely inaccurate, but there are elements that have the ring of truth about them.
I certainly think most people will find it entertaining, and/or it will make them angry (because of its political stance). Just don't expect an original piece of work.
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I bought this DVD because I was very curious to see what the hell has happened to Val Kilmer? 14 years ago he was the Hollywood Elite; top-lining Batman Forever - the biggest movie of 1995. A few years after that he dropped off the map and has been reduced to slumming it in straight-to-DVD rubbish like this, presumably so he can pay the bills. The slide happened after the back-to-back flops of The Island of Dr Moreau, The Saint and The Ghost and The Darkness. There is a rule in Hollywood: if you are offered the chance to be a leading man, you have to bring home the bacon at the theatrical box office. If you are unsuccessful, and have 3 flops in a row, then you are relegated. This is a shame, as he is very good actor. Looking at his CV on imdb.com you can see that he has a whole raft of these turkeys just waiting to be released, with only a glimmer of hope in the form of a supporting role in the upcoming Bad Lieutenant remake, and a part in the Heat computer game.

In this movie, he plays a traumatised Iraq War veteran with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder who spends his time making use of the prostitutes in Eastern Europe, before he finally takes a phone call from a fellow ex-soldier in need of help down Arizona way. Hopping off a bus next to your atypical Arizona/Mexico border town and squeezing his considerable girth through the passenger door, he enquires about his friend Miguel Silver. The locals are tight-lipped, claiming they've never heard of him, and it's not long before Macpherson (Kilmer) suspects something sinister is going on.
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By Steven TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 5 Oct. 2013
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This Kilmer project is part of the new mexico film investment programme and along with it's relatively low budget it also used non-pro locals during production. Taking that into consideration allowed me to enjoy the subtleties and triumphs of this decent little movie as well as to ignor the relatively minor flaws. It's essentially a western where a good guy cleans up a bad town when he goes looking for an old war buddy and in that respect it follows the story of Bad Day at Black Rock. The screenplay borrows a few light touches here and there from contemporary fare such as Billy Jack and First Blood. The storyline jabs away at american immigration and foreign policy and squarely aims punches towards big business involvement in modern warfare. Jennifer Espositio and Gary Cole bring their considerable talents to the love interest and bad guy roles and the rest of the cast make a decent job convincing us who they are. The journeyman script is standard fare and doesn't provide any surprises, although it is a little padded in parts, the cinematography is entirely competent and uncomplicated (no silly angles or sepia tones). The setting is a small border town under construction which gives the movie sets a curious visual vista because some of the buildings are unfinished. The picture starts with a middle east action segment which sets the scene for Kilmer and also provides a decent enough explosion. The action scenes thereafter are plentiful and very well handled, leading to the obligatory shootout finale. Kilmer has ditched his personal trainer but he still has plenty of leading man gravitas and wearing the same jacket he did in Spartan doesn't hurt either. With due consideration as to why this film was made, it stands up well against other DVT movies. It's not a keeper but with expectations suitably managed it won't ruin your night.
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Val Kilmer plays a U.S vet that heads to a small town to try and find his former colleague, but gets caught up with corrupt local officials intent on greed and hiding there murderous tendencies in order to get a construction project put through.

Kilmer plays his role well, and after the inevitable confrontations with the corrupt towns folk, the film takes a predictable path to the inevitable showdown, as he exacts his own brand of revenge on them.

A few twists and turns make this a reasonable watch, and despite being low budget, it throws in a few decent action scenes, with car chases and gun shoot outs well staged.

Essentially this is a modern day western, with our lone hero taking on the small towns folk, first being the victim, but by the end setting out on a gun shoot out and delivering violent retribution.

The only negative really, is that it's all been done before, in much better and more expensive films.

As a way to pass the time it's reasonable and perfectly watchable.
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