Ballerina Dominika Egorova is recruited to 'Sparrow School,' a Russian intelligence service where she is forced to use her body as a weapon. Her first mission, targeting a C.I.A. agent, threatens to unravel the security of both nations.
A dark force threatens Alpha, a vast metropolis and home to species from a thousand planets. Special operatives Valerian and Laureline must race to identify the marauding menace and safeguard not just Alpha, but the future of the universe.
Lara Croft (Alicia Vikander), the fiercely independent daughter of a missing adventurer, must push herself beyond her limits when she discovers the island where her father, Lord Richard Croft (Dominic West) disappeared.
Anna (Sasha Luss) is a young beautiful girl who managed to make a career in the fashion world. More recently, she was a simple model from Moscow, but in a very short time, she was able to enter the elite. Once she entered the hotel of an influential and very dangerous person, after which a whole mountain of corpses was discovered there. The girl is being interrogated by special services, but she has absolutely nothing to tell them on this fact. She looks scared, and no one suspects her. Anna goes free and begins preparing for a new business. Under the guise of a fragile beauty, is hiding the world's most dangerous assassin, who has not yet misfired.Written by
Piotr's (Alexander Petrov's) tattoo, "Gott mit uns", means "God with us". Biblical in origin, it has heraldic connections and has been used as a war cry in Sweden. Of more relevance, the phrase was used by the Nazis and has subsequently become used by neo-Nazis and white supremacists, thus indicating Piotr's involvement with the neo-Nazi underworld. See more »
St. Petersburg was known as Leningrad in 1985, not St. Petersburg as in the film. See more »
If it wasn't for me you'd be on the streets turning tricks for meals
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Russian text on the box containing head of CIA agent (with Latin transliteration here): glavnaya pochta. It means "Main Post Office" but one can also read as "Head Delivery". See more »
Written by Yann Brunissen, Stéphane Chenu, Ludovic Piquemal
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Anna - Movie Review
I missed watching Anna when it first came out, despite the fact that it looked interesting to me. That was mainly due to the poor reviews, and the fact that Luc Besson hasn't really directed anything great since Leon in 1994.
However, Anna ended up being better than I expected it to be. Sasha Luss as the title character did an excellent job, and this was even more impressive considering that Anna was her first on-screen role in which she had any sort of notable presence. Helen Mirren, Luke Evans, and Cillian Murphy were also fantastic, but they are veteran actors and so I wasn't really surprised by this.
The narrative of Anna is told out of chronological order, which worked for the story it was trying to tell. It shows a sequence of events, and then flashes back to what happened before and it was a very creative way to tell the story. Even little details which didn't seem to matter the first time around are shown again in a different light, and this was very impressive.
Despite all of that, Anna never seemed to be particularly focused which was a shame. I liked the film more than expected, but it always felt like a shell of something which could have been truly great. It was also hard to follow at times because it does jump back and forth a lot, but that might not be a problem for some.
Anna was a lot of fun, with well choreographed action, and it was nice seeing a film like this with a strong female lead. Atomic Blonde and Red Sparrow came first, but this is definitely the best out of the three, and a very worthwhile watch.
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