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Blood [Import]

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Format:Blu-ray|Verified Purchase
"This was taken from the T.V.series concept "Conviction"which i've never seen
so i can't compare the two,but this one "Blood" [the Movie]is not that bad,i always like
Paul Bettany and Mark Strong and who can leave out Brian Cox,the movie is
very simple so i will not get into full detail,but it's worth a watch when there is nothing
else on,i think they could've add some more to this,it didn't seem like everyone was
on board it's almost like they had their own opinion on how the movie should flow,
i remember the first time i saw Paul Bettany in [A Knight's Tail] with Heat Ledger,that
was so funny,sure miss seeing him on screen what a loss of a good Actor,
i would suggest in not reading the back cover,watch movie first it mite give it away,
DTS -HD Master Audio 5.1
Widescreen 2.35:1
Runtime 92 Min.
Not Bad At All.For What It Is If That's What You Like
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Missed the mark Sept. 22 2013
By D. Karchmer - Published on Amazon.com
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Good potential, but fell short. The script felt rushed and contrived. A great cast, but just didn't have the material to work with. It leaves the viewer with the same empty emotion the actors must have felt going through the motions. While not a terrible film, it is a shame that it couldn't deliver with all the ingredients.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Worth a Watch Aug. 1 2013
By C.Wallace - Published on Amazon.com
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A girl, fifteen, is murdered. Strong clues point to a suspect who is quickly picked up by the police. The suspect appears to be a real low life. He even laughs at the police, apparently mocking them. Yet, he is released due to a lack of hard evidence. An outraged officer decides to take the law into his own hands... Things go south; I'm talking Tierra del Fuego south.

All of the above happens in the opening portions of this film. Some variation of this theme has often appeared in movie land. What distinguishes this production from others of the same sort, it seems to me, is brilliant cinematography. It's set on the coast in England. Much of the action takes place on the beach. The town nearby is also depicted with great skill.

I thought the acting was somewhat uneven. There were emotional outbursts that seemed forced, unnatural. I thought one character, the aging, going senile, father of two of the police officers in the story, added very little to the mix. The ending was rather weak.

Yet, it did keep me engaged to the end. All in all, it's worth a watch.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars The Agony And Defeat Jan. 12 2014
By prisrob - Published on Amazon.com
3 1/2 Stars

A fifteen year old girl is found near a skate park, bloodied and beaten, in an Oceanside city in the UK. The best detectives are on top of it. Joe Fairburn, played by Paul Bettany, and his brother, Chrissie, played by Stephen Graham,are the sons of a retired detective who led the unit. Mark Strong, brilliantly plays the smart detective bent on finding the killer.

A suspect is found quickly, but because of a lack of evidence, he is let go. Joe and Chrissie on a drunken night decide to follow their father's old ways. This leads to a terrible night, one they will never forget. This is a film about falling apart, losing our way, trying to recover, but we know we won't. Along the way, the film failed, becoming formulaic, and far too long. The film ran out of a credible script, and too much agony and defeat took over.

Stellar performances by Brian Cox who plays the Fairburn's father, who suffers from dementia, and Mark Strong, who always has the best performance he can give. He needs a lead in a film to show his stuff.

Recommended Warily. prisrob 01-12-14
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Blood Aug. 9 2013
By BONNIE Cannon - Published on Amazon.com
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Liked the story form...how it was developed...characters relationship development...good to see before in theater...in home environment controlling the silence of viewing
5.0 out of 5 stars Creepy and Brooding April 15 2014
By Deborah Craft-Marks - Published on Amazon.com
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Very effective and moody; will the brothers get away with it? Excellent cast, and shows the fine gray line between right and wrong. Mark Strong (for once) plays the good guy.
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