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Domino [UMD Mini for PSP] [2005] [US Import]

3.0 out of 5 stars 68 customer reviews

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  • Language: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 2.40:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (68 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000CR76V2
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 566,027 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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I find it hard to understand why this above average action thriller managed to upset quite so many people in quite so many ways. It is certainly a cut or two above the typical Hollywood formulaic bang-bang flick and has deliberately set out to be different ... so, if your idea of a buzz is Arnie, Sly or Bruce with no requirement to engage brain cells, this probably isn't your type of film; similarly, if you're expecting Keira Knightley to reprise any of her other, more typical, roles you're going to be disappointed.

The main beefs seem to be at Miss Knightley having to audacity to play a hard-bitten action role; in fact, she does so rather well. In part, this is because she is a good actress but there is a delightful incongruity between the extremely posh background from which she longs to escape and the brutal world into which she does. It would have been very easy to script the role as a hard-nosed, kick-ass, all-American, gun-tottin', apple-pie lovin', tough as nails but with a heart of gold, archetypal Hollywood female action role but Knightley's character is actually far more interesting and her attempts to fit in to the role to which she aspires deserve to have been better developed. As it is, her plummy tones and naivety contrast delightfully with Mickey Rourke's jaded cynical world-weariness and the rage flowing from Edgar Ramirez's emotionally dysfunctional psyche.

The cinematography and directorial style are also decidedly different. Whether you love or loathe the jump shot, stop motion, sample/mix effects is a matter of personal taste; personally, they grew on me: the style is somewhere between Tarantino and Baz Luhrmann (William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet) and help fuel the otherwise rather uneven pace of the movie.
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much like me this one really couldn't make up its mind. Thriller, suspense thriller, caper, comic book/pulp fiction, love story it just didn't know what to aim at. It was the scatter gun approach Put all the ideas in a blunderbuss, fire it at the wall and see what happens. The one thing it wasn't was factual. Yes Domino Harvey existed and she may well have collected guns and swords and what have you but the does not mean she was an expert in them Or martial arts. She was also very privileged able to a million buck bail for herself one time and get a drugs related conviction quashed. Sadly we'll never get the truth from her as she has passed away seemingly the victim of drugs which she tried to quit many times.
Suffice it to say The film can be considered wishful thinking.

Back to the film it was made well enough reasonable acting. nice stunts clever false story switcheroo and all in all the makings of a really good film.

So why is it only OK?

Because: it couldn't make up its mind to commit to a genre, Not of itself a failing but this lead, I believe, to a lack of commitment to go for it. Therefore some of the violence is toned down along with the language, sex an so on. Had it committed to one thing and done it well ot could have been a great film. like I said the plot mislead was cleaver. The other things that let it down were that Knightly just wasn't convincing as a embittered toughened, seen it all, un impressed bounty hunter. The realism of bounty hunting (great name, really not reflective), is more accurately, but less popularly, seen in series like Public Eye about Frank Marker. Indeed some of the scenes were actually insulting to the intelligence of the viewer.
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Don't watch "Domino" expecting a true-to-life biopic of Domino Harvey, model turned bounty hunter. Watch "Domino" for some excellent action sequences, big shoot-ups and the not often celebrated talents of Edgar Ramirez. Keira Knighley was shredded for her role in this production, but on the contrary, I find the extreme differences between this role and her other at the time, "Pride & Prejudice", an indication of just how versatile she can be. "Domino" is pure escapism, with a touch of Tarantino-esque grit in many of the scenes. Thoroughly enjoyable, providing you leave your film critic/realist hat at the door.
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It's over the top; sure. This is a film in which arms are literally being thrown around, subtitles are correcting themselves, but I loved every minute of it. Kiera Knightley gives a fierce performance. She shows the right amount of anger and dedication in this performance. Mickey Rourke follows up his great performance in 'Sin City' with another tough-guy performance (Good to see him). Edgar Ramirez really doesn't do anything except speak Spanish every once in a while and stare at Kiera. Delroy Lindoi gives a good supporting performance. Mo'Nique was herself, although she did surprise me on one particular scene. Lucy Liu has great chemistry with Kiera Knightley in her scenes with her. Christopher Walken owns his roles as usual and an unusual assortment of actors including some Beverly Hills 90210 stars manage to squeeze themselves into this production.

The problem that I had with this movie is that it concentrates on the different things that they do, instead of the character of Domino. Some of the dialog in this film was also stupid {"The rich, the poor, and everyone in between."--uuuhh, that's not as clever as you think, filmmakers, no need to repeat it twice!) Plus the final action scene is all shaky so you can't really tell what's going on.

Overall, I thought `Domino' was a great deal of fun. Due to the over the top nature and the twitchy camera tricks, it's easy for me to see why the film was bashed by so many viewers, but I really didn't mind any of this in the least. For me, it was one the most entertaining films to watch. Though `Domino' wasn't the best film of 2005, it was one hell of a ride that is destined to reach cult status. Watch it before you judge it.
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