Vous verrez, que les enfants peuvent se sentir trop vengeance
Directed by: Rian Johnson
Starring: Joseph Gordon Levitt, Bruce Willis, Emily Blunt and Jeff Daniels.
My head hurts a bit, and there is a chance this praise review is nothing but a fallacy. Still, the movie was done well.
In 2074, time travel is possible. It is instantly banned and secretly uses by gangsters and mafias to improve their dirty work. Since killing or the disposal of bodies has become nearly impossible in said future, they use the new found technology to send their targets 30 years in the past to be killed off by a group known as Loopers. Then again, why not send them far back into a time when Earth was mostly frozen?
There is a reason why traveling to the past, or future is taboo amongst logic and fiction. Somewhere along the way, if you do it long enough, you're gonna get a paradox that will turn it's ugly face at you, and smile. Don't mean it in a good way either. Joe (Levitt) is a Looper, and meets his future self, Old Joe (Willis) and both their world collide cosmically. I'd explain more, but then you wouldn't be able to enjoy the film.
Joseph has risen to the ranks as part of the next wave in talented actors to invade Hollywood, and with Looper, everyone knows him intimately, and won't have to be referred to as that guy from 500 Days Summer (Not saying it's a bad thing). Sorry to say, the prosthetic face wasn't cutting it for me, even if he did look like Mr. McClane in a couple of scenes. However, he acted well. Mrs. Blunt and Mr. Willis did their roles splendidly, where more credit should be awarded to Brice Willis for an emotional tone.
Written and Directed by Rian Johnson. Never seen his past work that everyone seems to suddenly bring up around here. I'm a fresh face here. He handles this genre with care and stunning twists. Time travel is a tricky subject, and if done wrong ,you create yet another paradox prior to the one already intended to occur. This is not the case. Our two main characters are pushed far enough to the dark soul of mind. Choices are made, intentions are never wrong, but never right, and the result, frustrating. If it leaves you creating valid arguments at a water cooler in the years to come, than the movie was executed properly. A perfect blend of action, story, character development, and donut sized loop.
Overall, I got it.
Written by: Bawnian©-Dexeus