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25th Hour

Edward Norton , Philip Seymour Hoffman , Spike Lee    R (Restricted)   DVD
3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (101 customer reviews)
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Le militantisme radical de ses dernières œuvres avait dérouté même ses plus fidèles admirateurs. Dans 25th Hour, adaptation du roman de David Benioff reposant sur l’énorme talent d’Edward Norton, Spike Lee renoue (enfin) avec un cinéma d’auteur engagé, nerveux et intelligent.

À quoi utiliser sa dernière journée de liberté avant d’aller croupir en prison pendant sept ans ? Voilà en substance la question que pose ce film à travers l’histoire de Monty Brogan, riche et puissant trafiquant de drogue que la police a fini par arrêter.

Dans la lignée d’un Tarantino plus cérébral et plus politique, Spike Lee fait de 25th Hour un film puissant, à l’esthétique urbaine. Une mise en scène audacieuse – soutenue par un éclairage stylisé, des cadrages originaux et une trame narrative comptant sur l’intelligence de son spectateur – sert une riche réflexion sur la rédemption, sur le lâche instinct de l’homme de repousser la faute sur les autres. En soufflant sans cesse le chaud et le froid, Lee semble avoir retrouvé le ton qui a fait son succès, un mélange d’humour, de drame et de poésie. Servi par un Edward Norton de plus en plus convaincant, 25th Hour remet tout simplement Spike Lee sur la carte des réalisateurs qui font avancer le cinéma. --Helen Faradji

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
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Format:VHS Tape
25th Hour... A lot of people have already posted reviews of this movie. Some loved it, some hated it. I am in the first category- although it is dark, tense and slow-paced, 25th Hour riveted me from the first scene, where Monty Brogan rescues the abused dog.
I love Edward Norton. Not only is he an incredibly talented actor, but I find his looks very appealing. He's not a pretty boy or a hunk, yet he has major appeal, and yes, he has definitely got a nice build. But most importantly, he has a way of using facial expressions that is irresistable. Fight Club was a great movie, and he is a great actor, but this has to be his finest work to date. I bought 25th Hour because he stars in it, and I loved it because he made the movie. It was well directed in my opinion, and the supporting cast were wonderful, but if it had starred anyone else, 25th Hour would likely have been something not worth watching. Even a well directed film with a great supporting cast can fail if the lead is miscast. In this case, casting was spot-on.
Edward Norton IS Monty Brogan for 25th Hour.
If for just a few scenes, this movie would be worth watching- Monty's f*ck-you rant to the mirror in the bathroom of his father's bar, the scene where his apartment is searched by the DEA, the interrogation scene, the scene between Naturelle (Rosario Dawson) and Francis (Barry Pepper), the 'make me ugly scene'- these scenes could have made a mediocre movie great. But the movie was already great- these scenes made it unforgettable. I watch it once, and as the end credits roll I immediately want to watch it again. That is what denotes a great movie- I'll never tire of 25th Hour.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Format:DVD
This movie, Spike Lee's latest offering, is essentially his offering to New York as a parting gift. If you allow yourself to be immersed in the movie then you'll find yourself overtaken by it. The colours, the characters, the story, the pace, the music - all are brilliantly balanced by the director to make this one of the best movies to come out of 2002.
The characters that Lee (and the writer of the screenplay, whose name I've forgotten) presents are complex and human. Just like in real life, nobody here is clear-cut, everyone has greater depths than are first seen and it's hard to determine who you sympathize with and who to blame. The performances are all, without exception, excellent.
The story, simply put, is a character-based drama. It's about Monty (Ed Norton) and his way of dealing with the fact that he's about to go to prison for 7 years and there's a whole bunch of people and things that he's never going to see again. The movie is about how this affects him, his friends, his business partners (he deals drugs) and his girlfriend.
The DVD's special features include some deleted scenes (most of which were appropriately deleted, in my opinion), a montage of Ground Zero (about 8 minutes long), a short biography of Spike Lee which is informative and to the point (22 minutes long) and commentary tracks by Spike Lee and the writer of the book and the screenplay (I haven't listened to these yet so I can't tell you what I think of them).
It's a really worthwhile movie and one that, if you enjoy it, you'll want to watch again in a month or two as there are definitely scenes that stand out more once you're not obliged to follow the plot too closely.
Highly recommended; but don't plan on being in a particularly jovial mood afterwards.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars 911+a man going to jail=???? Jan. 9 2004
Format:DVD
This is very mixed up film. Spike Lee tries to draw parallels between the destruction of the main characters life with the devastation of 911. This does not work well at all. It's good for a film to capture a certain time and space, but the post 911 setting it is too overpowering in this film. Spike Lee uses Edward Norton as a vehicle to push his usual politics and vent his many frustrations. The most obvious example of this is the monologue in front of the mirror. His outburst seemed totally unprovoked and out of character. I found it hard to care about Norton's character, and at times I even forgot about him. The ending, whether it was a flash-forward or a dream, was laughable. When I think back on the film, all I remember is Spike Lee complaining and screaming, and he wasn't even in the film.
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4.0 out of 5 stars New York, New York.... April 12 2004
Format:DVD
Certainly one of Spike Lee`s best movies, "25th Hour" focuses the last day of freedom of a condemned drug dealer (Edward Norton). Facing an unpredictable yet decisive moment in his life, Monty decides to spend his last day with his girlfriend and closest friends, and manages to think about the path he is taking. Flowing at a slow, contemplative and low-key pace, this movie is a strong and compelling character study that focuses issues like friendship, love, trust, choices in a subtle, poignant and complex way. Lee`s direction is solid as always, and he even approaches the post-11/9 NY events in a memorable and fascinating manner, creating a somber, deep and captivating atmosphere. The acting is stellar, since it combines the talents of Rosario Dawson, Brian Cox, Philip Semour Hoffman, Barry Pepper and Anna Paquin. Add an excellent score (Terence Blanchard), ace photography (Rodrigo Prieto) and you`ve got one of the best movies of 2003. A thoughtful and enticing cinematic experience, "25th Hour" avoids easy sappiness and presents a mature and well-told story.
A keeper.
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5.0 out of 5 stars good but have to love repertoire movie
i enjoyed the product a lot... pretty much like it was advised and even more... i can say im satisfied
Published 7 months ago by james 007
3.0 out of 5 stars A little disappointed
I am usually an Edward Norton fan and his work but I found this movie a little disappointing and would not recommend
Published 11 months ago by Richenda
5.0 out of 5 stars Criminals are always playing spin the bottle and sooner or later it is...
One of the many things that make 25th hour such a special film to me is how Benioff and Lee didn't attempt to cram too many events into this plot. Read more
Published on April 24 2008 by Jenny J.J.I.
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent
I watched this blind. I missed all the hype of it's theatrical release so, maybe that helped me enjoy the film? But, I must say this is amazing. Read more
Published on April 1 2005 by Christopher
2.0 out of 5 stars Came in with High Expectations.
Maybe I came in with to high of expectations? I don't know, but I did not find this movie enjoyable at all. Read more
Published on July 19 2004 by MEF
3.0 out of 5 stars Nothing really happens
25th Hour has some enjoyable elements, and works in a special way. A man is sentenced to jail, and is allowed time on the outside to say goodbye. Read more
Published on May 13 2004 by William
2.0 out of 5 stars just average
Spike Lee is one of the Most Creative Directors in the Business but more often than not He gets Cluttered with so many ideas&then loses steam with alot of His Films. Read more
Published on April 23 2004 by mistermaxxx08
1.0 out of 5 stars BORING
Very well acted and well shot. Nothing happens. You keep waiting for something interesting, but it never comes along. Read more
Published on April 8 2004 by Amir Talai
5.0 out of 5 stars Allegory About America - Subversive 25th Hour
This movie is amazing, and what's more amazing is that Spike Lee got Disney to make it. This fact, along with the above Amazon review above, only go to show how completely the... Read more
Published on March 25 2004 by youngmonster
4.0 out of 5 stars 3.5 Stars for 25th Hour
Monty Brogan (Edward Norton) has just one day left before going to prison for dealing drugs. Monty isn't really a bad guy - he's just been "caught" and must now pay the... Read more
Published on March 24 2004 by Fractal Rock
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