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Plot: In the future humans have extended and improved our lives through highly sophisticated and expensive mechanical organs created by a company called "The Union". The dark side of these medical breakthroughs is that if you don't pay your bill, "The Union" sends its highly skilled repo men to take back… Runtime: 111 min Release Date: 16 Apr 2010
May Not Be For Everyone, But It Was DEFINITELY For Me! (by fwomp)
Being summarily clobbered by movie-goers and critics alike, REPO MEN will obviously not be for everyone. But it will be a great movie for the right person, and I was obviously one of those "right" people.So who is this movie directed at and why? Well, it's a combination of a smart espionage thriller in a science fiction setting, with a little comedy thrown in for good measure. This might sound like a recipe for disaster, but it is anything but. But is it right for you? That's a tough call. If you're in the medical field and are concerned about healthcare insurance, it <more>
will definitely pique your interest. If you enjoyed such films as KILL BILL and BRINGING OUT THE DEAD, this will be right up your alley.So why did I rate the film so high? Let's look at it for a minute...It's topical without being "in your face." It never tells you to believe that private insurance carriers are "bad" and simply shows us a ridiculous possible future where organs are built in factories and everyone who needs a pancreas, a liver, an ear, or whatever, can get one ...for a price. The Union is run by an unscrupulous business man named Frank Liev Schreiber, DEFIANCE . He's basically a used car salesman trying to get you to sign on the dotted line for organs you desperately need. But make sure you don't miss any payments after you've gotten your new kidney. Why? Because if you don't pay the exorbitant prices and interest rates, your organ will be repossessed. Oh yes, even if it's your heart. How will you survive without it? You won't.Remy Jude Law, CLOSER and Jake Forest Whitaker, WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE are two of these Repo Men and they're very good at their jobs. With surgical precision, they can track and excise overdue organ owners with gory efficiency. But when Remy is forced to get a new heart and begins falling behind on payments, he begins to see the other side of his previous life.This sounds like a pretty straightforward premise. A sort of Darth Vader understanding where his son was coming from plot. And that is only partially true. Jude Law does an excellent job playing a badass with absolutely no conscious about ending a person's life if their delinquent on their bill. He is absolutely believable as a disconnected man only interested in money and being a great contract employee for The Union. This is seen early on when we witness him retrieving a liver in a rapid manner, making a beautiful incision and ripping the organ out. He heads to the previous owner's sink, rinses it off, packs it up, and heads out while stepping over the now probably lifeless man. Impressive. The gore is essential here to show the audience exactly HOW disconnected Remy is from humanity.Jake, his partner, is even further gone than Remy. He enjoys his job so much that he's willing to do anything to anyone in order to ensure he and Remy can keep working together.In the midst of Remy's life is a relationship that's falling apart and a son who is the only thing that keeps him remotely grounded. But when Remy suddenly needs a heart replacement, things rapidly change. You can see the wheels spinning in the back of his head after he returns to work. Would a Repo Man come after him if he failed to pay? What does it mean to have a piece of metal in his chest where his heart used to be? Does this make him less human? Or, in some bizarre way, does it make him more human? These are questions that are left up to the audience to decide.The ending was telegraphed just enough to give it a fun twist without coming out of the blue. I kind of picked up on it after a significant fight sequence, and you might to if you pay attention. It is enough of an "a-ha!" moment that'll make some film watchers gasp.With the current, raw, political climate I think this film was excellently timed to hit the big screen. Think about where our healthcare is going and who you want to control it, and this film will cut into you, too.
it was eerie, gory, slick, violent and funny. and i'm sending all my friends when it comes out. i've been talking about it ever since i saw the screener. i'm praying it becomes a video game. jude law is amazing. all the acting is strong and compelling. and the plot is surprising and unpredictable. most action movies have no substance whatsoever and you can predict the ending before it even starts. this film had excellent action sequences but also shocked me. it stands out in my mind from all other action movies. plus that actress alice is hot as all hell. and there is nothing like <more>
watching a hot chick kill people on screen. i can't wait to see what it looks like after they add the effects.
A great sci-fi thriller, gives a new meaning to health care reform and the future (by SubZeroMK)
I have not seen the original, nor did I read the book and watch the 2008 horror musical. I don't like musicals anyways. Those should stay in theaters and not on the big screen.Repo Men will become a cult classic, and an under-rated gem that will or will not do so well in theaters. But I assume it will do well since it's about health care, and many Americans can relate to this.Repo Men takes us to the future, where part of the old society is a crumbling city, but the new metropolis is a growing one. In this type of world, the health care is premium, and it available to anyone who needs <more>
it. It does wonders than what a human organ can do. It can keep an extremely obese person without a heart attack for a lifetime, or cure diabetes. There is a catch though. It isn't exactly cheap. A liver can cost up to 600k and since the organ is a loan, it has a due date, like banks and anything with a contract. Once that due date is up and the person hasn't paid, he or she has 48 hours. If the money is not delivered by then, the repo men come to take the organ back.They leave you with the option of having an ambulance come to keep you on life support, but your heart will NOT be replaced because you have a standing credit balance. You might as well accept that you will die. Of course, the system is controlled by a big corporation like most health insurance companies these days and they want your money, because that's all they care about. In this world, people are expandable, and as long as their payment is still not delivered, they are forced to donate their organ back to the labs for another buyer who has the money.This movie delivers a great soundtrack and has a great intro and ending that will be remembered for a long time. This movie shows us that we could live in this type of future one day. The question is, when? 10/10 for and outstanding job well done.
i cannot wait for this movie to come out and to send all my friends. first of all, it was eye candy. the action sequences are brilliant and bad ass. the gore was beyond rad - there is actually a love scene in which two people operate on each other while kissing. it blew my mind. this movie is filled with original material. stunts like you've never seen them mixed with satire. and it was funny. it's rare to see a action movie that makes you laugh. the acting was great. the stars have great chemistry. if you like futuristic movies, you will love this movie. if you love action movies, <more>
you will love this movie. if you like movies in general, you will like this movie. it is truly for everyone. not only was i captivated the entire time, but the story and the scenes stayed with me. i keep thinking about them. don't miss this film, seriously.
I recently saw Repossession Mambo at a screening and was duly impressed. As a fan of sci-fi, I thought it had great action set pieces and imagined a cool alternate future. Who knew that Jude Law could be so physical? And let me say, I thought the lack of singing was a bonus . Perhaps more than anything I appreciated the LOOK of the film and was pleasantly surprised by its sense of humor! Despite the dark nature of the material there were laugh out loud moments of ironic humor. It was another layer that made me appreciate the movie all the more. For that I credit the director. The ability to <more>
think outside the box and create a unique viewing experience is all too rare nowadays and Repossession Mambo accomplishes that. It's the kind of movie that when I walked out, I was still thinking about it. Maybe not everyone will love it as much as me, but it's the kind of thing everyone should see. It's a conversation starter. Decide for yourself!
Repossession Mambo was a heady, interesting, unique, visceral action film. It surprised me on multiple levels -- Jude Law was unlike I had ever seen him before -- muscled, tough, an action hero -- the film was a gritty, action-packed sci-fi thriller that for me evoked films like FIGHT CLUB and CHILDREN OF MEN. The violent action was fast-paced, nail-biting and at one point near the end, uniquely sensual. The audience I saw it with seemed to heartily enjoy the film as I did, and the comments I heard likened the film to other long-admired science fiction films. The cast was amazing -- Jude Law, <more>
Liev Schrieber, Forest Whittake and Alice Braga all give excellent performances. The movie's not for the faint of heart -- it's appropriately bloody for a main character whose job is to repossess people's organs before they are done using them -- but it gets across its timely themes in a way that is fresh, edgy and unexpected.
It seems critics are missing the point. (by whenbeautydies)
SPOILERS ARE INCLUDED. THIS IS BOTH A REVIEW AND CRITICISM, SO PLOT DETAILS ARE NECESSARY.I find that most people who review this film are hung up on the premise, special effects, gadgets and the many cinematic references. It's my personal opinion that the film uses "artiforg" repossession as a backdrop for the true conflicts, such as the cognitive dissonance we face in certain occupations and/or the desensitization it takes to do our jobs.For example, we know that Remy was in the military, where dehumanization of the enemy is common practice. If an institution can convince its <more>
subjects that the enemy is deserving of cruelty, violent acts are subsequently less difficult to perform on another human being. So, it makes perfect sense that an individual like Remy has been socialized into doing his line of work. It's not apparent to Remy how atrocious his occupation is until he starts to recognize 1 his role in the violence and how it affects other people in his life and 2 what it feels like to be on the receiving end of a system that profits on suffering and loss.This, in itself, is a commentary on how corporations profit in our society today. Pharmaceutical companies would be out of business if our society had easily accessible cures for modern infectious diseases. It's necessary for a population to treat symptoms rather than solve a problem at its roots. "Artiforg" sale and repossession is the same thing. Thus, as a gear in the machine, Remy has to decide for himself whether or not his line of work is ethical.That's where the cognitive dissonance comes into play. I think the film did an excellent job of portraying. The metaphor here is are we correct in criticizing corporations while supporting them and working for them I guess you could say it would be hypocritical then for this movie to be made, mass produced and distributed by a corporation also ? Now, I keep hearing a lot of criticism about the movie once Remy experiences spoiler the Neural Net reality or alternative virtual consciousness in which he and Beth repo one another, kill Frank, bomb the place and run away to some tropical paradise. All this complaining about the many cinematic references is kind of ridiculous, considering we know that this is Remy dreaming, essentially. Are anyone's dreams completely original all the time? I know a lot of my dreams borrow from movies I've seen. I know a lot of books and movies borrow from other stories, too, which has been the case for centuries. Why is this so criminal now? But anyway, Remy is in my opinion experiencing a fantasy while distracted from physical reality. That was the whole point of the Neural Net product in the first place. It's a means of deterring terminally ill people from experiencing painful deaths and/or soothing retired folks in convalescent homes dealing with prolonged loneliness. Remy's subconscious is borrowing from his vicarious experiences. It's quite possible an individual like Remy has seen movies like Old Boy, 2001 Space Odyssey and The Matrix. Why not? Anyway, I think this was a great film with a lot to say and it resonated with me quite well. I think what people look for in movies these days spoils a lot of the major ideas. If you get caught up in "the ending" or working your damnedest through copious Google searching to find blurry images of yet unrevealed movie monsters, you're not enjoying movies anymore. You're beating them to death with a spoiled outlook on plot, cinema and characterization. Repo Men is going to be misunderstood, in my eyes, for a long time because of this. Sorry so many of you let that happen.
When the economic crisis first hit, Clive Owen came out with The International, a film about an evil bank. With the health care crisis now in full swing, Jude Law has come out with Repo Men, a film about evil health care people. Repo Men is good, but seems to have come out a bit early because this seems like a perfect summer film.I cannot remember a time when Jude Law was this much fun. Fresh off a turn as Watson in Guy Ritchie's superb Sherlock Holmes, Law plays Remy, who work for the The Union, a company that supplies artificial body parts. If you can't pay for them, The Union sends <more>
Remy and his best mate Jake Forrest Whitaker after you. They cut you open and take the parts back. Its a bloody good time for all.Law is such a badass in this film. You would think a role like this would go to Jason Statham, but a renowned actor like Law, who really isn't used to being the badass, plays the part very well. With the amount of blood and violence and quick takes, you would think this flick was made by the Neveldine/Taylor duo. First time director Miguel Sapochnik does the film well, but you'd like to see what an experienced director could do with it.While Repo Men falls short with some of its blood for the sake of blood scenes and some acting shortcomings Forrest is good but has too little to do , it makes up for it with Law and its twist ending. Go catch Repo Men. You'll rip your heart out if you don't.
pretty intense and definitely worth seeing (by jbeast8605)
OK, being a fan of action and mediocre movies in general, i was pumped when i saw the previews for this movie. The film was not quite what i was expecting but was pretty much all i could have hoped for. I knew nothing of the book it was based on going in so i really cant comment on how it compares to the movie. the story was good with great action scenes and at times just plain brutal. this is much more a guy movie than anything else. Go see it, it was really good. The star rating does this film a terrible injustice, this is one of the few times i completely disagree with IMDb. This movie is <more>
action packed and extremely entertaining, take it as nothing more than that....