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Collide (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD)
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Needing some fast cash to save the love of this life Juliette (Felicity Jones), Casey Stein (Nicholas Hoult) returns to his former employer and drug smuggler Geran (Ben Kingsley) for one last job – which goes horribly wrong. Now on the run from ruthless mob boss Hagen (Anthony Hopkins), Casey sets out on an adrenaline-fueled car chase on the German highways to get to Juliette before it’s too late. Filled with twists and turns, Collide is a high-speed action-packed thrill ride from start to finish.
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The film was fairly well constructed with only minor "twists" which was simply stuff we didn't see happen. It was primarily an action film first and love story second. The teaser crash scene in the beginning, comes at about an hour into the feature.
Guide: No sex or nudity. I don't recall any F-words. 3 1/2 stars
A lot of times, I felt like there was no one I could sympathize with in the movie, because it’s not until the last third that Nicholas Hoult’s character, named Casey, changes his values and becomes a good guy. That made me feel more like a spectator than participant in the action. There’s an interesting twist ending which enables the Anthony Hopkins character to be imprisoned and Casey to be pardoned. I don’t think the twist ending is explained very well, though, about how and when Casey did the thing that ultimately gets him pardoned. I also don’t think there’s much romantic appeal between the two characters, not because of the actors but because of the writing. At first, Felicity Jones’s character doesn’t want to get involved in a relationship with Casey because of his criminal background, but as soon as he quits working for the Turkish guy, she very quickly becomes okay with living together without knowing him well. They also don’t have what I’d call a chivalrous relationship, in that they are very quick to want the physical gratification. Marriage isn’t part of the vocabulary of their relationship, either. I never like the “Let’s see if we’re compatible” philosophy in romance, as it seems more important than commitment, but in this movie, at least there’s a big change of heart in Casey partway through. Nicholas Hoult does a good job playing someone who sincerely repents of his former life partway through the movie, and even if his performance wasn’t that memorable to me, I see a sincerity in his acting which could be used really well if he had better projects.
Overall, this movie was just a mostly mindless diversion, not nearly as engaging for me as the 2016 movie “Jason Bourne” (which may be just a personal preference), but still decent entertainment.
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