With a brazen enough grasp of even a simple situation, one can grow into a succulent film. A light action drama that takes place almost entirely in one shabby storage space Free Fire reminiscent of its implementation Quentin Tarantino breakthrough movie Reservoir Dogs (1992).
Mukamas hard type muzzle ringing British director Ben Wheatley and Amy Jumpin in a screenplayed film almost like Tarantino – albeit in a more relaxed sense.
In a film set in the late 1970s, an Irish Republican Army IRA financier arrives in Boston to procure a new cargo of cargo from a manic South African arms dealer.
As such, a serious situation will soon turn into a black comedy, with a lack of confidence, prejudice and an old resentment of a decent mind on the verge of stopping trading before it has had time to properly begin.
In addition to the cold-nerved veterans, there are a few unstable helpers on each side. The old warehouse turns into a guerrilla war camp.
Wheatley deliberately conjures up great performances from his various actors: District 9 (2009) and CHAP (2015) star Sharlto Copley unleashes all the whims as a skilled weapon, while Cillian Murphy and Armie Hammer glow as heirs of serenity.
Kong: Skull Island (2017) Brie Larson once again charms as a woman of reason in the midst of all masculine madness.
Free Fire (2016) TV2 at 9:00 PM ★★★