Yes! Today I am here with an in-detailed review of the latest Hollywood movie on the silver screen now which is nothing but the buzzing ‘The 15:17 to Paris’.
The movie revolves around three American heroes who oppose a terrorist attack. The whole scenario has been transformed into a dramatically inactive film by Clint Eastwood. Unfortunately, I disliked the fact that the prominent characters in the film are kind of opaque and I didn’t find them lively enough!
But, I must agree with the fact that there is some kind of amazing interest in the film. It’s all because of the experimental audacity that Eastwood has portrayed in the film. Do you know what is it all about?
Well, it relates neither to Christ Hemsworth nor to Bradley Copper rather. There are three real guys in the picture who can be watched seen solidly playing themselves. The film that ultimately resulted due to such a picturization felt to me like an essay but of course with an entertainment factor being incorporated within the same.
The men who appeared in the film are Alek Skarlatos, Anthony Sadler, and Spencer Stone respectively. I specifically liked the fact how the two among them did complete justice with the roles of the US military and the third person seemed to have a strong faith in Christianity. All of them acted really well!
While they were traveling on a train from Amsterdam to Paris, they somehow managed to face a Jihadist terrorist who was loaded with massive arms. They finally end up saving a lot of innocent lives while fighting the terrorist back. This part of the film is definitely full of thrill, excitement, and of course a lot of amazement. I thoroughly enjoyed this sequence!
But, there is even a British guy in this part of the film whose contribution I didn’t like at all. It’s because when I just memorized all the Hollywood war movies that I saw till now and compared his role with other such actors in different other films then his acting skills seemed to be quite unsatisfactory.
Moreover, a particular thing that I marked about this film is that the touch of reality in this film is quite a bizarre one! The three actors who acted in this film are definitely not the excellent actors that Hollywood could ever have.
Still, when it comes to a genuine feeling in such war films then a primary extent of lack of flexibility worked as something positive. It’s because if the audience like me realize while watching a film that all who are acting in it is a group of incredible talents then it would be exceedingly bothersome and unrealistic. Isn’t it?
So, overall, I can say that the film is not a very bright one! But, I think that’s the reality of our lives- It’s kind of tedious sometimes! Especially, if the situation is like you are being faced by a serial murderer on a train and the self-defence training that you got at some point of time tend to become something helpful for you. However, the heroic activities in the film are worth-watching! All in all, ‘The 15:17 to Paris” is a one -time watch movie.