Also having a crack at directing, Sheridan allowsthe snowy Wyoming setting to completely envelope the characters in aworld that feels like it has no exits, both physically and emotionally. Wind River - even more so than Hell or High Water written by the same guy - is filled with dialogue where people talk in metaphors, where there's always a deeper meaning to what they say, in other words, it doesn't sound like normal, everyday people talking to each other. In many ways, Elizabeth Olsen performs here like Jodie Foster's Clarice Starling where at some points you kinda know that Olsen's character may be out of her elements, but at the same time that factor actually gives her a good vantage point. After the southern heat of Hell or High Water, Taylor Sheridan gives usthe cold wintery thriller Wind River. Renner and Olsen play a U. Çünkü artýk böyle filmler sýk çýkmýyor. The narrative remains low-key but gradually builds toward its grippingconclusion.
It wasn't as crisp and clean as Hell or High Water and Sicario. From the dark border area Sicario , to the scorching plains of Texas Hell or. The photography is perfectly rendered, celebrating the icy Wyomingscenery in a muted style consistent with the mood of the story. Renner and Olsen take a break from their Avengers duties to join up with a local sheriff scene-stealer Greene to solve a crime in the frozen tundra of a Wyoming Indian reservation. Synopsis East of Boulder Flats, deep into the vast and unforgiving white territory of the Wind River Indian Reservation, the seasoned game tracker, Cory Lambert, discovers the frozen body of the young Native American, Natalie. Hell of High Water frames the crumbling economy of a certain Texasregion as the real source of evil, rather than any characters. Thismay or may not have been related to the times that I couldn'tunderstand what a character said.
Repetitive vibes of a hellish land resonate throughout thefilm. In the end, will this be a fruitful alliance? Anyway, if you're a huge Jeremy Renner or Elizabeth Olsen fan, you might as well go and check it out, but be prepared, it's not a very good one. Which is surprising, considering the talent involved in frontof the camera Jeremy Renner, Elizabeth Olsen and behind it writer-director Taylor Sheridan. But I'll view it as two people who cross paths with each other and end up working together to better their current situations. It's those moments that helps put a realistic layer to Wind River. Birkaç gün önce izlememize raðmen þimdi izlediðimizi unutup tekrar açtýk player cast kýsmýndan baþlayýnca hatýrladýk yani pek anýmsanacak ve insana birþeyler katan bir film de deðil. Sheridan's previous films also left doubt about who were the heroes,who the audience should be rooting for.
There has been next to no fanfare for the release of this murdermystery. It also doesn't hurt that both Renner and Olsen have pre- established chemistry from the Marvel films, and dynamite together on screen. In Wind River, the region is still presented with all the strain that is causes on the lives of its residents, but a much more obvious villain is revealed before the movie is over. The mystery itself, a young woman found brutalized and frozen in the woods, is an absorbing one, thanks to the skill in the filmmaking details. This time it was much lessambiguousthey were the people searching for the rapist.
I saw this few days back on a Blu-ray. Lambert then visits the parents of his ex, as their life stock has beenattacked, possibly by a lion. Biraz aksiyon ve abartýlmýþ performanslarla süslü hikayesiz filmler türedi. Make no mistake:this is a dark film that deals with very haunting subject matter, sothere is quite a bit of weight to it, but Sheridan treats this storywith the highest level of respect by allowing his very well writtenscript to drive it while still shooting it beautifully. Wind River might have some helpful thoughts on wrestling grief, but it's mostly just unnecessarily brooding and too uncomplicated in its anger. Wind River takes the genre up in the cold, snowy tundra of the Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming. Bu yüzden aldýðý puaný haklý buluyorum.
A uniquely foreboding score, intensely authentic action, gorgeously gruesome dead bodies atop scenic snow, and a lead hero who displays an aptitude for cool vengeance that should make Liam Neeson proud, all help boost the engagement. Sheridan depicts aworld that is sympathetic and troubled at the same time, masking itstears with courage and doggedness. Fresh from joining the ranks oftop-tiered screenwriters after the amazing one-two punch of Sicario andHell or High Water, Sheridan continues his stellar run with aheart-wrenching study of loss and grief wrapped in a taut crimethriller narrative. This mostly breathed life by the chilly aerial shots of the coldmountain land, identifying misery through the snow breeze and wind anatmospheric format that was similar expressed in Hell or High Water. This is an engrossing story well worth your time and money, and kudosto everyone involved for having faith that a discerning audience willfind and appreciate it. Bottom line: this is another nice movie from Tayalor Sheridan, whoin just a matter of a few years has become one of Hollywood mostaccomplished writer-directors.
Every character, even the most heinous, is portrayed as a fully developed human being rather than as stereotype. Renner, Olsen and Greene are excellent and believable, but in no smallway this is an ensemble piece whose potency and effectiveness derivefrom the palpable passion and belief of everyone in front of and behindthe camera. Still, the movie could have used abit of its fat trimmed. I'm not sure if this manner ofspeaking was a choice made by the actors or if this was a decision madeby Sheridan to establish a certain tone. Also, I'm tired of the notion that certain movies feel the need to hit you over the head with their social commentary.
What's with the hackneyed one-liners? Sakin kafayla izleyecekseniz tavsiye ederim. Cinayeti iþleyen kiþinin bir seri katil tarzý olmasýný bekliyordum ama acemi bir katil çýkýyor. We then are introduced to Lambert, who is hunting down wolves. It's only 107 min long but it felt like a 2. I also wondered why it kept snowing but then was clear and shiny when a body was to be inspected or staged action needed to take place. Jeremy Renner plays his character like an old timer western hero who knows the ins and outs of everything, a man of few words but gets tough when needed. Two leads are adequate but nothing remarkable in the writing to lift or distinguish their characters.