Tuesday, November 15, 2011

The Negotiator Review

Samuel l. Jackson on the scene of the film for about 4 decades. Large or small, has taken all types of roles, and has certainly paid his dues in Hollywood. Back in the 80's and in the early 90's, it has appeared in several small roles in films such as coming to America, Jungle Fever, Jurassic Park and the free. In 1994, Jackson obtained which could have its biggest break when he plays the memorable Jules Winnfield in Pulp Fiction. After Pulp Fiction, attempts to lead characters Jackson did not go usually well, but he found the consistent success of seconds roles. At the time, I was wondering when he would be able to find a main role in a good movie. He did just that, in the negotiator of the.

The negotiator, Danny Roman (Samuel l. Jackson) is a negotiator hostage for the Chicago police department. He is considered the best in its field and is coming off the coast of completed work that gets him the recognition of media who earns his positive feedback. After his return to work, Roman discovered the possibility of diversion of current fund to the Department of the police and that one of his colleagues linked to the case is dead. To make matters worse, Roman itself is now seen as the main suspect in the case of murder and embezzlement.

Appearing as options and face serious charges face, Roman decides to go home affairs and taking several hostages to try to find the truth. His list of requirements include finding the informant linked to the case and at the top of the page negotiator Chris Sabian (Kevin Spacey). He chose Sabian although he doesn't really know him, because it is an another enclosure and is not connected to anything that can be in progress. Romain understands that it is the best way to prove is innocence.

One of the first things that comes to mind when I think of this film is the acting. Jackson and Spacey that both set on high range performance that deserve to be recognized as they lead a strong cast. These two are professional and managed their jobs, as you can expect. There is a cat with romain and Sabian and mouse game is happening between the two which captures the qualities and capacities of actors and their characters.

When you think of movies like this, they must be difficult to implement. They are defined in one place and are hectic. The negotiator, Director f. Gary Gray is able to do this film and the formula interesting and full of suspense. The focus of the film is placed right on the two negotiators as they butt heads and their incessant battles against external forces which do not want this case resolved correctly. It is difficult for Sabian as it seeks its best to ensure that this is as quiet as possible, while the novel uses its knowledge and experience to do all it can to repel attempts to take it down. These situations are shown create all the necessary and allows a long enough to go really fast film.

This film is about everything that could be expected of a film of suspense. You will know from the beginning if Roman is innocent or not, but true quality that draws you in belongs to the characters, the action and conspiracies around them which will become more important than the film comes to an end.

Score: 7/10.

Rating: R

Director: F. Gary Gray

Samuel l. Jackson
Kevin Spacey
David Morse
John Spencer
J.T. Walsh
Ron Rifkin
Paul Giamatti

Film length: 141 minutes

Release date: July 29, 1998

Distributor: Warner Bros. pictures.

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