Man on Fire

Man on Fire Every once in a while you come across a movie that moves the hell out of you and leaves you utterly speechless. At the end as you just sit and stare while the credits roll off the screen – and eventually the only word capable of falling from your lips, as you wipe the remaining tears away, is just one. Wow.

And for an hour after seeing the movie – – still all you can say is just wow.

You know when you sit down to watch a movie with Denzel Washington and Christopher Walkin, you’re in for a good movie. Hell, just Walkin alone would draw me in. This movie was just one of those that exceeded the hell out of my expections for movies these days.

I won’t spoil the story line – but it was powerful. The acting was fabulous. What really cinched it for me was the cinematography of this film . . . it was just outstanding work! The acting combined with the direction would make it awesome — add in the filming and cinematography and this movie is a work of art.

It’s a rare thing that a movie moves me to awe and to just . . wow. This one did – – if you get a chance, pick it up and watch it when you’re not distracted with anything else. You won’t be one bit sorry that you did.

View the trailer right here

0 Responses to “Man on Fire”

  1. rachel says:

    I will buy movies I’ve never heard of just because it has Walkin in them. I’ll agree.. Man of Fire is a great great movie!

  2. Lisa says:

    Walkin totally rocks in anything he’s ever done. I’ve done the exact same thing, Rachel :)

  3. Redfred says:

    Saw it in the cinema when it was out, DVD is ordered… awesome film… can I recommend Forgotten if you want to go see something in the theatre now

  4. Lisa says:

    Thanks Redfred – I’ll have to do that.

    The one flick I’m looking foward to seeing (on DVD) is “Hero” – the Tarantino film with Jet Li – – love ‘em both!

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