Anna Movie Review
Anna that just came out, and personally, I was pretty excited, partly because the trailers looked so stupid. And when Luke Poisson gets out a movie, I’ll get him probably look. I admit he has had a few missteps in the last few years, but at the same time he has had so many jewels in her fifth element: the pro has taken over the van franchise. Because of these films, I can say that he is a very capable filmmaker, but a consistent filmmaker not so much.
These films prove that I would simplify the plot for you, but it is very very involved, so I’m just saying that it’s a spy movie playing in the late ’80s, early’ 90s, and it’s all about a girl named Anna, who comes from Russia, but there are also run-ins with many American spies and then there are double agents and triple agents and double crosses and basically there are quite a few spies, but in reality they would only have this as a leap in time because I do not literally have ten leaps in time, maybe more, maybe less I do not know that I’ve ever really lost the count, because there was really a lot of cool in there.
They just tried so much in there to pack a two-hour film that it was not so digestible what they should have done, because there are so many time jumps and there are so many similar angles to work on this movie, that they should have made this into an eight-part miniseries on Hulu or Netflix, it would have worked ten times better in my opinion and jump back six months all the time to show you what actually happens in this scene or what difference the motivation of a character who has thanked makes it old-fashioned, because you can only do the same trick to us so often, before it’s as if a guy was trying something different.
Please, and there was not so much action, as I expected. There are only two big action sequences, and that’s pretty much the one you saw in the trailer, and then one that strangely had far fewer guns than I expected, but it’s because we have a hand-to-hand Need a hand fist fight scene with the main character no no no guns, which just does not make any sense and also the technology was very advanced given the length of time it was there.
There were still some good things in the movie, like me it may seem like the lead actors did a pretty good job on their respective roles, and even the girl who played Anna, I found that she did a really good job that was not Oscar-worthy but I mean I thought she was still quite useful, she did not make me laugh unintentionally, and it was good, and the rest of the crabs went to Luke Evans Helen Mirren Killian Murphy, a few other people, and the melee scenes were echoes Very, very cool scenes, they were tense, they were fast, they were good, but there are also some scenes or situations in which they just did not feel like part of the movie, like that one scene with Killian Murphy and Anna, camera angle is really very, very strange, it is very close to them and only the conversation seemed strange and pointless and it was just a kind of distraction and the main character Anna also acts as a model for a part of the film and this whole situation really did seem like I have pretty much any negative stereotype that you can imagine about the modeling industry in this movie.
It’s very lively and there were a lot of details about her modeling career, but for the most part, they were really irrelevant. Overall, I did not hate this movie, but I was not very excited. Unfortunately, I think I got this movie in the L-Col for Lucas when that’s said I think I’ll give it like a 3.8. It could have been cute. It definitely had some potential. But I mean, you know everyone has a bad day in the office and I think that was just one of them. But anyway, people, that’s my thoughts. What are your thoughts? Did you see this movie? Have you heard about it? Let me know what else is going on. See you later