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Seraphim Falls [Blu-ray]
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Western starring Liam Neeson and Pierce Brosnan. The American Civil War has ended but Colonel Morsman Carver (Neeson) is on one final mission: to kill Gideon (Brosnan) no matter what it takes. Launched by a gunshot and propelled by rage, the relentless pursuit takes them both far from the comforts and codes of civilisation, into the bloodiest recesses of their own souls.
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They pursue, led by Darkman, who will pay them once he's captured.
The hunted is Gideon, resourceful, skilled with a knife. Gideon's flight and Darkmans hunt require horses, water, and bullets.
The course takes them past lone settlers, a wagon train, a rail crew, settlements, and an Indian philosopher.
What is the reason for the hunt, what connects Gideon and Darkman, other than they are both ageing Irish action Icons?
Brilliant from start to finish, Seraphim Falls has great acting from the two leads, and has some brilliant cinematography, which makes the film a little more intense.
Aided by the wealth of additional characters, Berkeley as a railroad bigot, O' Conner as the family man, Noonan as a preacher, and finally Huston, who could be a devil incarnate, or some sort of reaper, as the two head toward purgatory.
And this is why the film is interesting, are the two dead come the end? Have they died by the time they Meet Hustons character? And where do they vanish to, does one go to heaven, and the other to hell?
Its visually brilliant, and although there is not a lot of action throughout, its taut and Von Acken has crafted a wonderful movie.
The acting is excellent, as you'd expect from this cast, the story - although nothing particularly new - is well executed, exciting, and pushed to its extremes, with some very original ideas thrown in to keep each scene fresh (*****SPOILER ALERT***** the bear trap set to swing from a tree and take a mans head off being one example ***** SPOILER OVER). The scenery is stunning and takes in many different types of landscape as Pierce is hunted down; the chase starts in the snow covered mountains and ends in a sun bleached desert for instance, and Blu Ray is the perfect medium for the stunning terrain.
Throughout the film you're not really sure who the good guy is or who's the baddy - is it pierce or Liam? You're never sure until the end when the reason for the chase is revealed, and this ads to story immensely as you watch, engrossed, trying to figure out what's what, second guess and work out the story for yourself before all is reveal.
With plenty of action, twists, turns and double crosses this is a great film which I loved. It's very simple - from start to finish it's a none stop chase; a man hunt that rivals The Fugitive, Coogan's Bluff or any other film of a similar ilk. Is it a western? Yes and no - it's set in the wild west, but that really is about all. So if you're not a fan of westerns don't be put off by it: in the spirit of the film, hunt down a copy now! I have no hesitation in giving this 5 stars. Awesome stuff.
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Unfortunately it takes an ill-advised excursion in spiritual allegorical territory in the finale, first with the appearance of Wes Studi's top-hatted Charon figure collecting his payment on the shores of a dead sea of sand and Anjelica Huston's diabolical peddler. The latter is not quite enough to derail the film but it does throw in an unwelcome wobble that the film really doesn't need, hammering home what the film has much more effectively left unsaid up until then. Even before that there is, unfortunately, one absurdly contrived moment when Neeson first gets Brosnan in his sights and allows him to escape with ridiculous ease because it's too early to end the picture, while Neeson's motivation and bitterness aren't hard to guess at long before the secret is revealed. Yet despite those flaws the film's more than good enough and entertaining enough to have deserved a wider release and more attention than it actually got, and it's nice to see Ed Lauter back on the big screen and hear Michael Wincott growling away as Neeson's hired guns. On this evidence, co-writer-director David Von Ancken might well be one to watch in the future
Despite the lack of extras this is one where Icon's Blu-ray has a big advantage over the UK DVD. The extras may be the same - just an audio commentary by Von Ancken, Brosnan and production designer Michael Hanan and a standard making of documentary - but someone screwed up and mastered the DVD in 1.85:1 while the same company's Blu-ray is in the correct 2.35:1 widescreen ratio, and this film uses the Scope format so well that it's well worth paying the extra to see it as it was intended.
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