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The fight scenes are incredibly well staged and photographed. The director adopts a fluid, long take style to capture the hard hitting and realistic (to a degree) nature of these brawls. The cutting in action scenes is some of the most seamless I have seen in a long time. Fists look like they're actually pummeling eye sockets and the bats seem as though they're really cracking some spines. Never does a punch feel like it's being pulled and never does an edit look as though it's trying to hide something. Instead the editing helps to heighten the sensation of violence and struggle.
The most striking parts of the film, though, are how self-reflexive it can be and how it juxtaposes reality against comic book fantasy.Read more ›
A metaphor about growing up! Though I was never this much of a deliquent - the film did take me back to a simpler time and made me a little sad at its passing.
Fun, quirky, well done.
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Full of action, little quick on scenes and wish there was a little more character development. Overall good movie, would recommend.Published 12 months ago by David Zombie
Drop was a massive let down. It is unfortunate to say, but this picture was lacking in so many aspects. Read morePublished on October 12, 2012 by Beray