Crowe, a Gulliver in Liliput films

Crowe, a Gulliver in Liliput films
Crowe, a Gulliver in Liliput films

Russell Crowe He is a Gulliver in Lilliput, a giant – because he is a great actor with an imposing presence on screen – who he and his circumstances have confined in films much smaller than him. In this case he plays a retired detective in a modest production who fight against Alzheimer’s undergoing an experimental treatment while being forced to re-investigate a crime committed in that past that is being erased, he investigated and solved, and is about to have fatal consequences in the present with the execution of a perhaps false guilty

Despite the interest of the game with memory -How can someone who can barely remember go back to a closed case that he investigated in the past?- script erratiche bad design of the secondary characters (especially Karen Gillian’s) and the weak direction by Adam Cooper, a screenwriter who is making his debut as a director and perhaps should not have exchanged the keyboard for the camera. Although given that he has written this weak script with Bill Collage based on a novel of some reputation by the Romanian writer EO Chirovici –The book of mirrorsSpanish edition in Debolsillo-, it seems that He has not been successful as a scriptwriter either.. What remains is the always monumental Russell Crowe, capable of giving a certain interest to almost all the films in which he participates, but mired in an endless decline that has made him play only two or three films at the height of his talent. in the last 20 years.

 
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