I'll be the first to admit that A Life Less Ordinary isn't a perfect film.
It advocates predestination over free will.
It has, for all it's anarchism, a strangely conservative worldview.
The dialogue sometimes sounds like it belongs into a stage play rather than a film.
And calling the story twists far-fetched would be a massive understatement.
But all those faults can't change this one fundamental truth: That I love this film with every inch of my heart.…
When I take a look at the list of films I've already seen this year (not as many as I would've liked to), I see, amongst some rubbish, a couple of good and even some great films - worthy of a Top10 list at the end of the year.
Before that year is over a lot more should join these (at least I hope they will!), so creating such a list will probably present me with some difficulties. But one…
In 1994, Luc Besson wrote and directed a film about a girl, whose whole family gets killed and who wants to become a killer to get her revenge. It was a masterpiece.
17 years later, Luc Besson wrote another film about a girl, whose whole family gets killed and who wants to become a killer to get her revenge. It was mediocre. At best.
While these two films share a similar starting position, the directions they choose couldn't be more…