Big shows are responding to give a much-needed breath of oxygen to cinemas affected by the pandemic, and small incidents from independent cinema are much to be grateful for from time to time. Although, In-between films are struggling to re-engage audiences who (hopefully) wants to watch them in the comfort of their own home.
It’s still a valid consumer choice like any other, but it certainly adds to the feeling that this type of cinema no longer has a place in the current scene (because it’s really hard to believe that these movies are profitable in domestic format). popular movies in the nineties Now they arrived with droppers, and they feel like manna from heaven for those looking for a choice between blockbusters and art and essays. This is the case of ‘those who wish me dead’.
While it enjoyed a simultaneous premiere in movie theaters and streaming in the United States, this amazing thriller that is now here on HBO Max Not intended for anything other than adult entertainment, His greatest claim lies in his condemnation of wildfires, although this is an implicit element rather than a discourse. And, to be fair, it does live up to its modest ambitions.
Written and directed by Taylor Sheridan, screenwriter of Most Relevant Adult Thrillers of the Last Decade, from the formidable ‘Sicario’ to the ‘Yellowstone’ phenomenon. Here with a cast of Angelina Jolie, Jon Bernthal, Nicholas Hoult and Aidan Gillen, he plunges us into a tale of survival and oppression in the heart of the Montana wilderness.
A politician is the target of some hitmen who also mark their agenda to kill his son, who ends up in the middle of the tornado. Jolie is the local firefighter who finds the boy and must save him from this pair of killers while a dangerous fire breaks out in the wooded countryside. Sheridan applies her usual touch thriller criminal intense A more original story than his directorial debut ‘Wind River’.
‘They Who Wish My Death’: Thriller of a Lifetime
In fact, ‘Those Who Wish Me Dead’ has more in common with the nineties Strong and direct emotions with big stars in front, with Sylvester Stallone as ‘Maximum Risk’. True, Sheridan’s film may not have been all that special at the time, and it’s an interesting rare bird here, as there aren’t many films that make it as released or relevant.
Does it change that it accomplishes absolutely everything you’re looking for? No. The action is quite solid, as the plot elements are well established and the busy sequences are effectively shot.
The supporting cast is littered with established character actors who give the story ample energy, and Jolie is actually fine even with a really thin lead role. I don’t know, why can’t we eat one of these every month,