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C&G Movies - Haywire

There will probably never be a movie that successfully combines intense physical combat with an art film aesthetic, but Haywire comes pretty close. That’s not to say that the movie is pretentious. Far from it, this is probably Steven Soderbergh’s most conventional movie in years and no screen time is wasted in setting up and paying off the hardboiled payback narrative. However, it also boasts the director’s detached style, his affinity for non-chronological storytelling, and a cool funky score from David Holmes that couldn’t be farther removed from the manipulative pulse-raising music we’re used to in the genre.

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alycakes1783d ago

Not the greatest movie but okay. I wouldn't go in expecting too much. Action scenes were very good and the story was good but it dragged a little and her acting needed some work.