Red White & Blue
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When Red White & Blue first gets going, you probably won't really know what to think. Some chick is just running around having sex with a handful of various men every night? So what? But it's deeper than that. Once Nate (Noah Taylor) enters the picture, things begin to get a little more interesting. Does Nate really seem like the type of guy to get honorably discharged from the army, get an offer for a CIA job, and spend his time thinking it over while working at a home improvement store? You'll have to be the judge of that yourself. His admiration for Erica (Amanda Fuller) is one of the driving factors of the film though. Then Franki (Marc Senter) works his way into the equation, as well. He thought he was having a one-night stand with Erica that no one would ever know about, but it turned into something that would haunt him for the rest of his life.Read more ›
The film first introduces the audience to Erica, a promiscuous, damaged woman with seemingly no social connections. She is seen engaging in random sexual encounters, rebuffing any kind of real warmth and affection, until she takes a job at a hardware store and tentatively starts a friendship with fellow employee and veteran Nate. This part of the film is really rather sweet, and it seems like it's going to be the kind of story where two damaged people are redeemed by love.
The film then shifts its focus to one of the characters first introduced in the beginning of the film, when Erica was "partying" with several members of a local rock band. Franki, the lead singer, is trying to balance both his band's early success with his mother's cancer and having to work dead end jobs. Unfortunately, during this section of the film, Franki's life takes a huge turn for the worse when both his health and that of his mother's are severely threatened, and the character's meltdown leads to a series of tragic events. Franki's storyline is then tied back to that of Erica and Nate, and it's clear that, instead of a series of vignettes about characters who only meet peripherally, there is really just one story at play here.
To give much more away would be a crime, because one of the best things about the film is that it offers constant surprises.Read more ›
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A promiscuous young woman who is estranged from her family (Amanda Fuller), a rootless Iraq War vet (Noah Taylor), and an aspiring rocker (Marc Senter) cross paths, and the blood... Read morePublished 1 month ago by David Bonesteel
Well, watching this movie was kind of a mixed emotion. Grim and understandable, dark and sad by the lost of the man's lost of his mother, the man lost his lady who at last he... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Hee Chul Kwon
Great movie.. One of the best I have watched.. innonence, promiscuity, biological warfare, murder and love all tied into one.. You know what I mean.., everyday day stuff.. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Esteem Kamau
Wow this is a great movie it has everything in it you would want to see in a movie, keep up the good work great moviePublished 9 months ago by Jimmy Matthews
Not your average, normal thriller but it was a great movie. The intro seems like a porno, but bear through it. Not a movie to watch with family.Published 16 months ago by Nicola
Extremely dark movie. I was thinking about this thing days after i watched it. At first the story seems quite convoluted, with seemingly no direction. Read morePublished 17 months ago by rob brill
Excellent movie, I recommend it highly..... Not like anything you have seen before.Published 24 months ago by BReed
This was a ridiculous movie. The last half of the show made no sense and without giving anything away the characters were not believable just stupid.Published on July 26, 2014 by Tim Sweem
pretty violent, did not like how the veteran guy turned out. especially what happened to the little girl, that really ruined it.Published on July 24, 2014 by Rebecca L.