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The Hurt Locker 2008 Eng.[DVD].XViD Torrent Download

The Hurt Locker (2008)

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Year: 2008
Genre: Drama, Thriller, War
Director: Kathryn Bigelow
Starring: Jeremy Renner, Anthony Mackie, Brian Geraghty

Forced to play a dangerous game of cat and mouse in the chaos of war, an elite Army bomb squad unit have met in a city where everyone is a potential enemy and every object could a bomb that can kill.
The Hurt Locker is a serious study of the character and the tight, tense action thriller in the OFF as soon as the item itself - the work of specialist bomb, perhaps one of the most horrible job in the world - and most of the voltage but Bigelow managed to squeeze every bit of tension in the film premise.This to me very apolitical - despite being located in Iraq, it is separated from most of Iraq war films themed because it focuses more on the actual work of the political environment. Iraq seems more like background - will do another war, The Hurt Locker does not preach about this story is very emotional specifically.The, which depicts the lives of individuals are really disturbed in hell. Jeremy Renner gives a very strong performance as an EOD officer really hooked on the adrenaline rush that comes from just about every day he shaves with death.All aspects of leading film making, from script through cinematography brilliant subversive clear, perfectly paced direction and editing control . In the story the filmmakers wisely parted with traditional Hollywood storytelling. There is no clear antagonist, no rising action, no obvious signs of development and no climax. And yet the film manages to be more interesting, tense and exciting than any Hollywood action thriller I've seen in years, while the powerful yet subtle statement about the insanity of addiction is war. Congratulations to everyone involved for making this film without compromising.This is pure quality, cinematic storytelling at its best, thinking man's actioner.

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