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Savages - Extended Edition (Blu-ray + Digital Copy + UV Copy)
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Oliver Stone directs this fast-paced thriller based on the novel by Don Winslow, from a screenplay co-written by the author and Shane Salerno. Living the beautiful life, successful young Californian marijuana dealers, Chon (Taylor Kitsch) and Ben (Aaron Taylor-Johnson), suddenly find their lucrative business threatened when a Mexican drug cartel, Baja, kidnaps their shared girlfriend, Ophelia (Blake Lively), and demands a slice of the action. When Chon and Ben, with the aid of self-serving DEA agent Dennis (John Travolta), decide to resist the cartel's overtures and fight back, all hell breaks loose as the rival camps go head to head in a high stakes war for control. The all-star ensemble cast also includes Benicio del Toro, Salma Hayek, Emile Hirsch and Uma Thurman.
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- Theatrical Feature Commentary with Oliver Stone
- Theatrical Feature Commentary with Producers Eric Kopeloff and Moritz Borman, Co-Screenwriter/Novelist Don Winslow, Executive Producer/Co-Screenwriter Shane Salerno and Production Designer Tomás Voth
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As a crime film or even an action film though, it's poor. I haven't seen Traffic yet, but I suspect that Savages is like that crossed with Hackers. There are 25 year old push-biking money launderers, cargo pant wearing 'ex Seals' with cool guns and drug cartels run by sexy but ultimately motherly figures played by Ms. Hayek (see above).
Actually, that doesn't sound all bad, but the acting and script are. I couldn't work out at one point whether Aaron Taylor-Johnson was pretending to be a poor actor because he was playing a scene where he has to act (don't ask), or whether he's exactly that. Blake lively comes over as a valley girl made out of cardboard. I don't really know what a valley girl is because we don't have them in Stockport, but I'm sticking with that description.
Turning to the script: Someone is paranoid - maybe they should 'lay off the kush'; that's a drug reference you know. And even after all the shooting's done and everyone is off on an extended gap year, Chon (yes that's his name) and Ben's weed still 'crops up from time to time'...
The skyping and the video'd executions are actually quite realistic from what I've read of the Mexican drug wars, but even they are shot in a heavy handed fashion.
Colourful, possibly youth oriented, but still tosh.
It certainly grips and is well worth a view particularly if you are a fan of Tarantino or the Elmore Leonard school of crime fiction.
Ultimately it falls short of greatness because the jocular, cool comedic west coast style is inconsistent with the graphic violence that would have been justified in a serious 'Cartel' movie.
As fate would have it, the evil Mexican cartel wants to combine businesses. Our guys tell them, they want out, and they can have the whole thing. The Mexicans didn't like that answer. In order to ensure cooperation the cartel kidnaps Ophelia as the guys form a rescue plan. Ben must quickly learn to kill without the aid of any training or a music montage. Our heroes must walk a fine line between disrupting the cartel while working for them.
I liked Oliver Stone more when he made his historical films with a "truthiness" aspect to them. Now he thinks he is Tarantino. The film was certainly watchable and made very well. I believe it was beneath Stone to have done the film. The ending I thought was a mess and needed better developing...but at the same time if Tarantino did it, it would be genius. This is a love it or hate it type of film. I will take the middle ground.
GUIDE: F-bombs, sex, nudity, brief rape, torture.
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Did not like anyone in this sorry effort. In fact if everone got whacked I might have given an extra star. Easily forgetable.Published 6 months ago by Mr R P Smith