Triple 9 ist ein US-amerikanischer Action-Thriller von John Hillcoat aus dem Jahr Er handelt von einer Bande korrupter Cops, die in Atlanta, Georgia. Triple 9 ein Film von John Hillcoat mit Casey Affleck, Anthony Mackie. Inhaltsangabe: Atlanta ist schwer vom Verbrechen gebeutelt, die örtliche Polizei sieht sich. loindelle-lefilm.com - Ab 5. Mai im Kino! Log In. Triple 9. Packender Action-Thriller mit Starbesetzung von John Hillcoat. Genre: Action-Thriller.
Kritik zu Triple 9: Wenn die Polizei um Hilfe ruftIn dem Heist-Thriller Triple 9, inszeniert von John Hillcoat, plant eine Gruppe korrupter Cops den perfekten Raubüberfall. Die geeignete Ablenkung ist die. Die russische Mafia hat die Unterwelt von Atlanta fest im Griff, nicht zuletzt dank korrupter Polizisten wie Marcus Belmont und Terrell Tompkins, die für Geld gelegentlich wegsehen oder sogar Jobs für die Mafia erledigen. Belmont ist daher gar. Triple 9» – dreimal die Neun – lautet im amerikanischen Polizeifunk der Code, wenn ein Beamter im Dienst verletzt oder getötet wird. Mit einem.
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July 3, Rating: B- Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews Jun 27, After his relentlessly grim debut The Proposition and it's equally grim follow-up, The Road, director John Hillcoat carved a reputation as a less than cheery filmmaker.
However, he was clearly one with an undeniable ability to capture a time and place. His third feature - Lawless - proved again that he had a great eye for detail - even though it was lacking a depth of narrative.
With Triple 9, Hillcoat, yet again, showcases his gritty realism but it suffers the same problems in terms of the story. Plot: Blackmailed by Russian mobsters, a gang of crooked cops, led by Terrell Tompkins Chiwetel Ejiofor , plan the murder of transfer officer Chris Allen Casey Affleck in order to buy themselves time to pull off an audacious heist.
Within moments of Hillcoat's crime yarn taking place there are instant reminders of Michael Mann's Heat and the precision in which its characters carry out their bank heist.
It's an explosive and very involving start to the film. Soon after, the opening credits display name after name of quality actors.
The ingredients are here and there's no doubt about that from the offset. That said, the critics have not been favourable to Triple 9 which had led to me putting it off for so long.
Sometimes when this is the case, though, it can lower your expectations of a film and you can approach it with an open mind.
I didn't expect much from this and I'm glad I didn't as it delivered many positives for me. For a start, the acting is, as expected, top drawer; Affleck, Harrelson and Ejiofor deliver solid work and it's good to see TV stars Aaron Paul and Norman Reedus breakthrough even if they're essentially rehashing their roles from Breaking Bad and The Walking Dead, respectively.
Needless to say, it's a male dominated environment but that doesn't stop Kate Winslet from stealing every scene she appears in as a ballbreaking Russian mob boss.
For the most part, everything comes together wonderfully; Hillcoat's direction is kinetic and his action set-pieces are brilliantly handled with the aid of Dylan Tichenor's skillful editing and Nikolas Karakatsanis' sharp cinematography.
The action moments here rival the aforementioned Heat but what's missing is an attention to plot and characterisation: the very thing that Heat set a benchmark with.
Triple 9 simply lacks it and that's where I can find agreement with the film's critics. Character development is nonexistent and for a film that's close to 2 hours, it really shouldn't be as aloof as it is.
Some plot strands and character interactions don't make sense at all and it can often leave you wondering if some of the film has ended up in the cutting room floor as it wouldn't have been difficult to take a few extra minutes to explain the relationship of the characters in a little more depth.
It's a real shame that it's not quite the sum of its parts as the action is expertly handled and the cast, under Hillcoat's watchful eye, are outstanding.
In the end, though, it's Matt Cook's incoherent muddle of a screenplay that lets them down. There's an old saying that too many cooks can spoil a broth but in this case it took only one.
Despite the weak script, though, I still admired plenty about this gritty cops-and-robbers yarn and it certainly isn't the write-off that it's been burdened with.
When all is said and done, the poor writing didn't spoil my enjoyment or take too much away from the abundance of quality elsewhere.
Mark Walker. Mark W Super Reviewer. Sep 12, An okay movie with some very impressive visual flourishes, but a narrative mess, and not up to par with Director Joh Hillcoat's prior work.
Gimly M Super Reviewer. Aug 12, Good trailers can do wonders for a film at the box office. When a film has a good trailer and it does not live up to those expectations, or it has mislead you, that is probably more disappointing than a bad film in general.
Triple 9's trailer, for me, will go down in history as one of the most misleading of all time. With such an action-packed and brutal trailer, it made it seem like a film that was trying to mirror or borrow aspects from something like The Town, but that is surely not the case.
In one of the most boring attempts to create a compelling story, here are my thoughts on why I believe Triple 9 is below average, even without thinking about its terrible marketing.
In the first act, Triple 9 is presented as a film that follows a group of bank robbers. Some being crooked cops and some being criminals, the character dynamic seemed like one that was going to play out very well throughout the duration of this film.
Sadly, this film is really about a group of bad men, doing bad things, trying not to get caught, while they go about their lives. While that can be interesting all in itself, the film jumps around far too quickly between characters to really begin to feel anything for them.
In a film like this, you need someone to latch onto in order to root for, otherwise it may just put you to sleep.
That is exactly the word I would use to describe this film, tiring. Confused with itself, there is absolutely nothing compelling about any of the events in Triple 9.
Beginning as a full-throttle bank robbery from the vault to the streets, the best part of the film is their very first job. To be honest, I was quite impressed by this opening sequence, but it very quickly ends, leaving viewers wanting more.
The thing that eventually becomes frustrating is the fact that it never once becomes exciting again. Any moments of excitement that followed, involved gruesome deaths or drawn-out and slowly paced chase scenes.
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In TRIPLE 9, a crew of dirty cops are blackmailed by the Russian mob to execute a virtually impossible heist. The only way to pull it off is to manufacture a , police code for "officer down".
Their plan is turned upside down when the unsuspecting rookie they set up to die foils the attack, triggering a breakneck, action-packed finale filled with double-crosses, greed and revenge.
Written by Open Road Films. I am at a split when it comes to 'Triple 9'. On one end, there were few moments where I did enjoy the film.
The actors are powerhouses and did what they could with the material given to them. Some plot points were interesting to me and had my attention and lastly, I am sure there is a certain symbolism behind the constant use of the color red that is shown in a high majority of scenes.
On the other end, however, there was way too much I did not enjoy. From start to finish, I hardly understood any of the characters connections to anyone.
They are explained in as little detail as possible. It just was not my cup of tea as far as understanding who the characters were and what was their purpose.
Kate Winslet was absolutely atrocious to me. From her seemingly forced role to her forgetful "Russian accent" as she seemed to forget she was Russian at times speaking perfect English and bouncing back to an "accent".
The fan- favorite star power of Norman Reedus, Aaron Paul, Chiwetel Ejiofor and company was no where near enough to save this movie and draw enough of a crowd to make this movie even mistakenly good.
Too many negatives and not enough positives. This movie is forgetful to me and nothing special. A few moments do not make up for a near two hours of confusion and plot holes.
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View all Movies Sites. View all TV Shows Sites. The first trailer for the film was released on October 5, The site's consensus reads, " Triple 9 ' s pulpy potboiler thrills don't quite live up to the ferocious talents of its cast, but the film's efficient, solidly crafted genre fun is often enough to balance its troublesome flaws.
Tom Huddleston of Time Out gave Triple 9 four out of five stars, positively comparing the film to Michael Mann 's Heat.
Huddleston praised the ensemble cast and concluded that the film is "carried off with brashness and momentum by a director who genuinely seems to be having a blast.
In a mixed review, Empire 's Ian Freer gave Triple 9 three out of five stars. Freer praised the cast's performance, but criticized the film's screenplay and second half, surmising that "the interesting world of the film doesn't get the story it deserves.
Duralde writes: "…[ Triple 9 ] somehow managed to collect an impressively A-list cast on its way toward becoming a cop movie that's not just dumb, it's disastrous.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the high IQ society, see Triple Nine Society. For the television series, see Triple Nine TV series.
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