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'Leon: The Professional' - Trailer

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Posted: 6 years, 1 month ago at Jun 30 23:48
I should because this is the first film that resonated with me, that movie that everyone of us it was the first hit us, we tore that searched within and found everything, shifting, and you throbbing, crouching in your seat, and trying revolviéndote contain the excitement, I left totally dejected, sorrowful and somber with one of those little stories that only cinema knows magnify, to which only cinema can give way to draft, make you reach the end and feel in your very same meat any fact or event which his characters live.
Posted: 6 years, 1 month ago at Jun 30 23:48
Here, the fact of telling a story so unusual, where a little old girl and a murderer for hire, where innocence and thoroughness collide, it's a turning point for attachment to the screen, and enjoy those moments with Mathilda , that little girl full of character and determination, which meets the reliability and cleanliness of Leon, an old lone wolf, who lives only for himself ... and for your plant.
Posted: 6 years, 1 month ago at Jun 30 23:48
And after this engagement, are those precious moments where the camera goes further, the camera uncovers their lives, their most intimate moments, all those moments that no one would want to see for fear of appearing ridiculous, all those moments that no one would return to see to wonder if he was not acting properly or not, all those moments that ultimately make us all and each of us unique individuals, our moments of weakness, despair, joy, frustration and sadness, and show our weak and brittle side, our side that ultimately makes us who we are: beings full of mixed feelings and impulsive.
Posted: 6 years, 1 month ago at Jun 30 23:48
"Leon" also was the catapult for that little girl named Natalie Portman, who sweetens his character like no other and gives the character enough to make one of the best performances of someone that age, if not the best, and with more than enough land on the other.
On the other hand, Reno overboard those roles so well known address, with the thoroughness and rigor that only knows how to use it when it has before it a character so severe, so marked factions, factions that will expose and behind which also hides a friendly smile, a friendly hand, a look endearing.
Gary Oldman, as ever, and here more than ever, hyperreacts conducting one of those personalities who give so well precisely because they are brazen and bold, and provide the skills required precisely that character. He would follow a Aiello whose screen presence is always welcome, and a cast that meets and exceeds.
Posted: 6 years, 1 month ago at Jun 30 23:49
Luc Besson gave us back in 1994, a story told in action, but that could be labeled the same way as drama. It is the very best that can swallow any fan of good cinema. I recommend it loudly.
Posted: 6 years, 1 month ago at Jun 30 23:49
Jean Reno plays with style to a murderer who like him, his character can be forgiven engaged in this terrible profession. Gary Oldman is a machine, is the actor that I like playing the bad of a movie. Natalie Portman debuts as an actress in this story. Many more would like to take the first step in a movie like this.
Posted: 6 years, 1 month ago at Jun 30 23:49
The soundtrack and heard out of the movie does not say much, but in different sounds, accompanied by very well to film.
The final gorgeous, especially with the theme "shape of my heart" sting, which gives an infinite force to the last frame.
Posted: 6 years, 1 month ago at Jun 30 23:50
This is a bold, original, and very entertaining film, with really good performances from the entire cast protagonist, although not too deep characters embody, or many shades, are characters with charisma. Luc describes an illiterate thug, a type cold and calculating in his work, but sensitive, shy, harmless and awkward for human relationships, a character that is impossible for the viewer to believe, and even may seem absurd, and perhaps it is, but the contrast in personality and daring by the director, to create a totally unique, they give the tape an innocence and a special charm in the end what should be a defect, just to enrich the film.
Posted: 6 years, 1 month ago at Jun 30 23:50
A tape is not intended to be nothing special, something that makes you score points, their sole purpose is to entertain, and certainly in my case I get by far the truth is that this thug with a heart of that dear boy and girl as part of my weaknesses film.
I would ask only one thing, when you see it, does not seek its flaws, simply swept away, that is when the truth will enjoy.
Posted: 6 years, 1 month ago at Jun 30 23:51
I was pleasantly surprised this film. It reminded me in some ways a good comic strip how to "paint" the protagonists and the various frikadas you have.
Posted: 6 years, 1 month ago at Jun 30 23:51
Jean Reno is very "professional" playing Leon, a hired murderer timid and illiterate, with some comic sparks that lets its role, giving it an undeniable charisma but the taciturn character. (Molan sunglasses friend Lion!).
Posted: 6 years, 1 month ago at Jun 30 23:51
Paragraph own deserves the magnificent Natalie Portman, who shines in the film, llegándosela miss when it is displayed. His dialogue and quiet scenes with Leon are the best of the film, being actually realized some moments when the heart does illuminate the murderer.
Posted: 6 years, 1 month ago at Jun 30 23:51
I expected more action in the film, but the truth is that history is so well run that I have not missed adrenaline, and the one containing the feature is well proportioned, with the occasional geek tinge courtesy of the little big man Gary Oldman is that more than meets the role of villain with a certain magnetism for his exaggerated interpretation and taste for classical music.
Posted: 6 years, 1 month ago at Jun 30 23:52
Highly Recommended by way of narrating the story, the romance impossible and that flash of light that passes through the screen every time a small Matilda (Natalie Portman) talks to Leon, the professional.
Posted: 6 years, 1 month ago at Jun 30 23:52
The best-Natalie Portman. The best interpretation I've seen.
The worst-have to be very picky to get something ... Great performances, good story, action, a bit of intrigue, romance ... it has EVERYTHING.

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10 years ago on 4 February 2008 16:01

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