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Plot: The espionage thriller begins in 1997, as shocking news reaches retired Mossad secret agents Rachel Singer (Dame Helen Mirren) and Stephan Gold (Tom Wilkinson) about their former colleague David Peretz (Ciarán Hinds). All three have been venerated for decades by their country because of the… Runtime: 113 min Release Date: 04 Nov 2010
If this were a book, it'd be one bloody page turner (by Meven_Stoffat)
I saw an advance screening of The Debt tonight. I'll admit, it was a film I kept my eye on once I read about it on the IMDb message boards for Avatar some time ago, since Avatar was another film with Sam Worthngton. I remember it looking pretty interesting, however I'd not heard about it for some time after due to the delays. However during July, it had gotten advertised more, and I was ready to mark down August 31st as a "must see" date. However when I got a pass in an Alliance Films giveaway, I was excited.And thankfully this movie did not disappoint. The movie comes out <more>
next week, I'd say go see it.A remake of the 2007 Israeli flick of the same name, which I'll admit to having not seen, The Debt follows two of three secret agents who went on a mission to capture the surgeon of Birkneau, and bring him to Israel to expose him for the crimes he committed against Jewish humanity during WWII. His horrifying experiments have left thousands dead in brutal and gory ways. The gang had a plan set in place, and according to a new book written about the ordeal, the mission was completed. However, something about the mission has come back to haunt them... And furthermore, that very some 30 years later, thing has the two remaining agents fearing for what happens next in life!I don't want to give too much away, because believe me, the nervousness and suspense I felt throughout the movie is unmatched by any other film I saw this year. Believe me, this film is insanely well written. Matthew Vaughn of Kick-Ass and X-Men First Class fame wrote the script, and boy you can tell he did. His charm and genius are all over the film, in a different fashion than the two mentioned films, but his clever writing style is there. The dialogue is sharp and witty, the turn of events is clever. There's loads of suspense throughout the film. Seriously, not one scene had me feeling calm at all. The film was high octane, ferociously suspenseful thrill ride that had me on the edge of my seat from the first frame.The film also has a great ability to surprise people, and believe me, this movie is filled to the brim with surprise and intrigue. The film's central twist is especially shocking. Believe me, the movie definitely toys with your expectations and perception of events in pretty much every way possible. But the central twist is especially a shocker, as it completely comes out of nowhere and strikes you blindly. At the screening, you could feel everyone tense up, and especially as the film reaches its shattering climax, the suspense just got more unbearable. However, there is some good Vaughn style humour thrown in there for good measure too.The films' performances are fantastic. Helen Mirren shines as per usual as Rachel, and her young counterpart is not only very pretty but amazingly talented too. Jesper Christensen is amazingly scary as the villain, Vogel, and he does so without any gimmicks. But the real surprise is Sam Worthington as David. Believe me, he really, truly shines here. His portrayal is very convincing, and he manages to prove to the audience that he is not just a pretty face. As well as the film's direction is slick and sharp. madden has a fantastic eye for a shot, and it shows, there are a lot of moments of visual brilliance too, and some shots even look spooky at times.In short, The Debt is the biggest surprise of the year, and a true shiner in a dark age for cinema nowadays. If you would like to watch a movie that for once isn't 3D, for once doesn't force feed you with gimmicks, don't pass up this full tilt action thrill ride. Although I saw it for free at a screening, I would have felt like my money was put to good use if I paid to see it too. Do not miss this film!OVERALL: 10/10Pros: The Debt is an action packed, unbearably suspenseful film that is remarkably well written, stylishly shot and ferociously thrilling, a film not to be missed.Cons: None I can think of...
The movie, The Debt, was a very good movie. It was the kind of movie that you are on the edge of your seat the entire time! I was very surprised what the movie was about, because the trailer really doesn't tell you much about the movie. There were some amazing performances, by Sam Worthington, Jessica Chastain, Hellen Mirren, and Marton Csokas. Sam Worthington played young David, and I thought that he did a very well done performance. You've seen him in Avatar, Clash of the Titans, but none of them compare to the wonderful time i had seeing him play young David. Hellen Mirren played <more>
the older Rachel, and Jessica Chastain played the younger Rachel. They both did captivating performances!! All in all you NEED to see this movie, The Debt!!
I was fortunate enough to see this at a film fest and have to say it was definitely the best movie I saw! The storyline keeps you on the edge of your seat, and at the end I just kept thinking "Please don't be over, please don't be over". . . I felt so connected to the story I didn't want it to end.Jessica Chastain may not currently be a recognizable name, but my assessment is that she will be soon. Her performance was captivating. Her scenes in the Doctor's office chilled me to the bone! Adding the indisputable talent of her counterpart Helen Mirren into the mix is <more>
the perfect cocktail. Definitely a girls kick a** experience! The Debt weaves together many layers, as any movie worth watching should do! . Action, suspense, romance, beauty and conflict - a movie I'll be dragging all my girlfriends to.
Go See This Film...Now (by atlas_sort_of_shrugged)
I went to The Debt because I had seen the trailers ages ago and was instantly telling myself I wanted to see this film. Not to be reminded about one of the ugliest of human stains in world history; not because I wanted to think about images in a WWII documentary I happened to watch unattended at an adult party when I was seven years old and will never forget but, I try ; not because I wanted something to feel bad about.I went because of the reviews, the trailer, and Helen Mirren, and pretty much the entire ensemble of brilliant actors. It was a bit slow starting according to my companion, <more>
and some of the initial flashbacks left one a little confused, and then once the story started when the Mossad agents were in Germany to track down and bring the "Surgeon of Birkenau" to trial, I was so glad it was a reminder film. That no one will ever fully understand what drives a nation and group like the Mossad to do what they do. This made me understand a little bit more.This was a very tragic, thoughtful film with the embodiment of the mortal coil and well worth watching and thinking about. Helen Mirren and Jessica Chastain as the young Rachel were so good. Give Mirren another Oscar already. And, the men, including the "Surgeon" who I wanted to kill myself, were all so very good in this. I don't agree the film lagged at the end. In fact, it left you wondering, questioning, the twist was unexpected, and I am glad, despite the lingering tears in my eyes as I write this, that I saw it. My fellow cinematic partner agreed as well. Go see this film. You won't forget it. And, we really shouldn't ever forget it.
A movie that is entirely driven by the plot is refreshing these days. The script is well written and the acting very good. The dialog and interaction between the Dr. form Birkenau and the more troubled of the 3 young agents builds up in great narrative drama. The twists in the plot keep coming. Everything falls into place, even the somber air of the characters at the start of the movie. To me, the movie really starts with the first twist in the story, a good 45 minutes into the film. Your mind has got to reset the sequence. I thought this is getting interesting.Will those who you love the <more>
most, prefer your trophies or your truth? Mirren's character choice was clear. I enjoyed this film very much, it does actually make you think. How often does that happen these days?
Im not one for long reviews but I just wanted to pop in and say this movie was excellent from beginning to end.I had not even seen the preview and had no idea what it was about. We decided to see it literally standing at the box office because our movie started an hour later than planned and we had no time.Great flick! Really enjoyed the ending also.The only issue I had was the casting of a single character and that was the OLDER David. Other than that the casting was great. I'm not sure who played the younger Racheal but she was gorgeous and an excellent actress.
A debt of gratitude for an enjoyable movie (by facebook-124-955845)
It's always nice when you see a movie trailer that looks pretty good, and then when you see the movie it far exceeds your expectations. The Debt, a remake of a 2007 Israeli movie of the same name, is a suspenseful espionage thriller about a team of Israeli Mossad agents as they attempt to track down "the Surgeon of Birkenau". The movie incorporates flashbacks and flash-forwards in a controllable fashion, with approximately half the movie taking place in 1966 and the other half taking place in 1997. The film is based on a screenplay co-written by Jane Goldman and frequent <more>
co-collaborator, Matthew Vaughn, a rising star known for his writing and directing of films such as the underrated Kick -Ass and the 2011 summer hit X-Men: First Class. Director John Madden, best known for his Oscar winning movie Shakespeare in Love, crafts an intriguing film that although predictable at times keeps you engaged. In The Debt, Madden has made some great choices in casting; beginning with Oscar winner Helen Mirren and Oscar nominee Tom Wilkinson, both of whom provide stellar performances. Jessica Chastain, Martin Csokas, and Sam Worthington, although not having any Oscar nominations of their own, give captivating performances during the movie's most brooding scenes. I enjoy espionage films, such as Munich, Spy Game and North by Northwest, immensely. The Debt's strength, much like those other three films, is that it's character and story driven and not dependant on action or special effects to maintain its viewers. The pacing is steady and there's a lot of intensity as the agents attempt to accomplish their mission. The subject matter of the film is a dark one, and that's reflected in the film. Unlike your neighborhood police department or county sheriff's department, intelligence agencies do whatever is necessary to get the result they are seeking; such as some uncomfortable visits, for the patient as well as the viewer, with Dr. Bernhardt, played disturbingly by Jesper Christensen The movie kept me intrigued throughout, and I find myself often sliding up to the edge of my seat, unable to tear my eyes away from what was happening. As the film drew to a close, most questions are answered and closure is provided, unlike just about every other movie made today.Grade: B+visit our site at www.twodudereview.com
Many people think that this movie is a copy of "Munich" and while it is a revenge movie that is about all there is in common. Helen Mirren's "Rachel" looks back on a time when she and 2 men, all young Israeli Moussad agents, are sent to kidnap and kill an infamous Nazi war criminal. The man is currently working as a doctor. The beginning revolves around the 3 agents, complete strangers living and working together, getting to know each other and infiltrating the Doctors chilly office. The trio become very close as their task at hand becomes more dangerous. After the <more>
assignment, the 3 agents are hailed as hero's, but none of them leave without their own scars to bear. Now Rachel, 30 years later, looks to come to terms with what really happened, between her and her 2 co-conspirators, and with the man who everyone believed to be dead all these years. Really excellent performances by all, especially Jesper Christensen who plays the Dr. Every scene in his office leaves you queasy. Very dark and brooding, and a nice little plot twist that was not expected. The very end was the only petite disappointment,to me. Overall a really good, smart film. This is the kind of movie that made Miramax a powerhouse.
Great Drama & Thrill!! Helen Mirren in it Now you know, your money or time will not be wasted (by anmolpandey007)
The movie having an apt title, 'The Debt' doesn't convey the true meaning till the last parts of the movie. A true thriller at the start but soon seems shifts into a dramatic and interpersonal conflict paradigm about what's wrong and right, and the past even though being kept in shrouded mystery and a well-guarded secret does haunt you, forcing you to go back and correct it, once and for all.Helen Mirren does an excellent job as always displaying an ubiquitous sense of discomfort and guilt that is present throughout her role. Her interweaving role as a old,retired <more>
Mossad-agent with a ghoulish past and a mother who values her daughter's happiness above all. Sam Worthington and Martin Csokas also playing an excellent part on the whole. The film switches from past to present and vice-versa in an excellent manner, maintaining the thrills by not divulging all the information at once about both the time frames. I did particularly enjoy the whole movie experience with action not exactly adrenaline pumping but still there , emotions and guilt sprayed on the whole 110 minutes. Well, the movie might have got a bit higher on my side of the review for relating to riveting historical events like Auschwitz, which always gets me into the research mode about what and how it happened. But keeping that apart, this is still an awesome movie to watch on a weekend after buying the DVD completely worth it .