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Collateral - (review)

The movie “Collateral” is a experience that blends various elements into an engaging cat and mouse game. Director Michael Mann skillfully portrays the cityscape as a neon lit environment setting the stage for the unfolding drama. We are introduced to Max, an sincere cab driver who finds himself entangled in trouble when he crosses paths with Vincent, a formidable hired assassin. The films precision and clarity, in storytelling heighten the suspense as Vincents list of targets grows.

James Newton Howards captivating score adds a captivating atmosphere to the narrative keeping viewers on edge throughout. “Collateral” delves into themes showcasing depth and realism through performances, by Foxx and Cruise. The use of locations lends an air of authenticity to the storyline captured brilliantly by the camera work that showcases both the nightlife and desolate streets of the city. Fans of this genre will find “Collateral” to be a must watch gem.

What sets “Collateral” apart from films in its genre is its exploration of themes such as ambition, raw emotions and intense dialogues among characters offering insights, into their underlying motivations.
Using locations allows us to fully immerse ourselves in the scenes depicted on screen creating a sense of participation in the events even though we weren’t there. In conclusion “Collateral” is a must see for fans of this genre.

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