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Plot: Beautiful freelance covert operative Mallory Kane is hired out by her handler to various global entities to perform jobs which governments can't authorize and heads of state would rather not know about. After a mission to rescue a hostage in Barcelona, Mallory is quickly dispatched on another mission to Dublin. When the operation goes awry and Mallory finds she has been double crossed, she needs to use all of her skills, tricks and abilities to escape an international manhunt, make it back to the United States, protect her family, and exact revenge on those that have betrayed her. Runtime: 93 mins Release Date: 25 Jan 2011
Wow! I just went to a screening of Haywire and I have to say that the women in this movie are super hot,actually more than super hot. Gina Carano literally kicks ass and you Natascha are stunning! How many women on earth would have loved to change places with you and be in a scene with Antonio Banderas ... but how many men would have loved to be in his spot? roughly aroundÂ 3 and a half billion, well almost. You just got a new fan. Can't wait to see more of you! I watch out for you and I am sure I will get my eyes on something much bigger. I am ready to loose myself in those marvellous <more>
eyes of yours, so get yourself back on the screen in a hurry. I promise not to miss a single of your upcoming movies and you promise to stay super hot.
Plot line: what you'd expect from an action-thriller - pleasantly confusing, double crossing, main character played by Gina Carrano has to fight for her survivalActing: Absolutely fine in my opinion, I found that Carrano was charming, convincing and amusingCinematography: Very cool, slightly different style to other action films, allowed you to see all the details necessary to really draw you in, slightly artier than other action films, none of that annoying trend for shaking the camera around so much you can't even see who is fighting whoAction: BLOODY BRILLIANT, Carrano being big <more>
in the world of UFC obviously helped, all of the fighting was realistic, clever, beautifully choreographed but still felt raw and gritty. Left me on a nice adrenaline high.I'd recommend it, and will definitely be buying it when it comes out.
Well-Acted, Well-Edited, Well-Directed- A First Rate Action Thriller (by deanccastano)
"Haywire" is divided by places- Upstate New York, Barcelona, Dublin, Majorca, New Mexico, each holding significance to Mallory Kane's Gina Carano revenge. She's a freelance covert operative, working across the globe. In one of her jobs, she heads to Barcelona to rescue a man who seems to be hostaged. Aaron Channing Tatum and other coverts help Mallory complete the task. In what seems to be the end of that job, Mallory gets dispatched to Dublin only to find out that the man she has helped escape is now dead. She realizes she is getting double crossed by the same people <more>
who have hired her. Motivated by revenge and equipped with martial arts athleticism, Mallory hunts down the man who has set her up and manages to kill a few along the way.Steven Soderbergh's "Haywire" has the typical set-up for a double-crossing film. Most of the plot line feels ludicrous as the heroine manages to escape all kinds of security- Interpol, the local police and border lines. Considering she is being labelled a terrorist in order to arrest, she single-handedly avoids all chances at getting caught.The joy of the movie lies right there. Designed by spectacular martial arts fighting sequences and I'm assuming no stunt double was used , the bad ass no non-sense nature of Gina Carano is highly enigmatic. She pulls you in at first glance. I heard that her voice has been altered to sound deeper but her presence itself is powerfully intense. She glues you in from the moment you see her and you can't take your eyes off until the end credits. Movies like such succeed because of its main character. And considering this is a debut for the former martial arts champion, it's a rock-solid introduction."Haywire" never wants to be an important film. It knows its genre well and more importantly, it knows its audience. Hence, with the brilliance of Soderbergh's direction, the film delivers very well. Most people might be turned off by the lack of dialogue but the way Carano moves and fights her opponent, it's already a mouthful. I especially appreciate how Soderbergh uses color as an added effect to an already suspenseful moment. In the film's climax where most of the characters come face to face at Mallory's home, Soderbergh dilutes the scene in a chilling dark blue. He eliminates most of the sound and is left with footsteps and minor thumps. That scene itself is a major triumph for the film. You know what's coming and you know where the players are situated, and when the truth about the events are revealed, Soderbergh delivers an electrifying and violent climax.The film also has an excellent array of supporting players in Michael Douglas, Michael Fassbender, Ewan McGregor, Antonio Banderas, Bill Paxton, Channing Tatum and Michael Angarano. These are talented individuals that helped each scene arrive more intensely. others should take pointers on how this film was perfectly edited. There were no fillers, leaving you pumped from start to finish. It's well-acted, well-directed and well-executed. "Haywire" is a first-rate action thriller.**** 4 Stars
You Fight Like A Girl! Carano kicks serious ass and proves herself a new face for action flix! (by george.schmidt)
HAYWIRE 2011 *** Gina Carano, Ewan McGregor, Channing Tatum, Antonio Banderas, Michael Fassbender, Michael Douglas, Bill Paxton, Michael Angarano. Filmmaker Steven Soderbergh's too-cool-for-school spy vs. spy action set piece tailor made for MMA Corano in her big-screen debut as a wet-ops agent seeking answers and revenge â€“ not necessarily in that order â€“ when she's targeted for death with some loose ends to be tightened preferably around her double-crossers' collective throats . Lean-and-mean screenplay by Lem Dobbs who collaborated with Soderbergh on the criminally <more>
Smokin' hot, bad-ass and a true action movie star! (by Hellmant)
'HAYWIRE': Four and a Half Stars Out of Five Director Steven Soderbergh teamed with writer Lem Dobbs to make this B action film specifically to showcase star Gina Carano's talents. Carano is a female MMA fighter who impressed Soderbergh so much that he decided he needed to make this action vehicle for her to star in. He's surrounded her with a wide assortment of A-list talent including Ewan McGregor, Michael Fassbender, Michael Douglas, Antonio Banderas, Bill Paxton and Channing Tatum. The movie is all Carano's though. She really is an action movie star and this is the <more>
perfect flick for her to show off in!Carano plays a Black Ops soldier named Mallory Kane. Kane is the best at handling operations government officials can't be involved in. After an assignment in Dublin goes bad she finds herself double crossed and hunted by her former employers. McGregor plays her boss and ex-lover who is the primary person wanting her dead. She of course must use the talents and skills she's best with to survive and outwit her old allies.The story is about as simple and routine as they come, which is surprising coming from Soderbergh. He's proved himself to be one of the most diverse filmmakers in the business though and it really shows here. The film is Tarantino-esque and classic grindhouse material. It's Carano that really shines though. She's smokin' hot and bad-ass and a true action movie star!Watch our movie review show 'MOVIE TALK' at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v JE8W7gz6XHo
Gina Carano is the IT girl of action movies. (by DarkVulcan29)
I said after seeing Columbiana that Zoe Saldana is a female Jason Statham, but after seeing Haywire I think Gina Carano is more worthy of that title. The action here is not over the top like in Mission Impossible, but more like The Bourne Movies, the Gina Carano character half the time almost felt like a female Jason Bourne.The story has been too many times, so I won't some it up. But I'd be lying saying I was not entertained, which I was. There are some intense fight scenes. And all the actors from Ewan McGregor, Channing Tatum, Michael Douglas, Michael Fassbender, Bill Paxton, and <more>
Antoneo Banderas all shine in there own way. And Gina Carano is beautiful and sexy, but at the same time we take her seriously.
A lot of people are just voting 1 for this film without any just cause other then they don't want to like this film. I believe this film has flaws but as a whole, is a very unique and special experience. When I watched this film, it was not like any film that I had seen before, from the camera angles, sound choices, etc. I felt some of the sound choices were strange but it went with the whole flow of the movie. This movie is NOT a standard action movie but more like watching art. There were few fight scenes but the fight scenes that are in the movie have a raw feeling to them and are <more>
extremely well choreographed. They are believable because the main character's hand to hand fights are all one on one with the exception of one fight in which she is fighting two people. But it is believable because she gets a surprise attack on the two people. The other fights, she is fighting people her size except for one fight, in which she was getting her ass handed to her until someone else joined in and helped her.I think people were either expecting an ACTION action movie or a Oscar worthy drama but this movie is neither. It has a very surreal feeling and it can be slow but it has a very real feeling to it as well and is more like an experience then a movie. The fight scenes alone are worth the price of admission, and seeing the birth of a legitimate female action star. Was her acting stellar? No but it was pretty good, especially for someone who has never acted before. She can only improve from here.
I really enjoyed this movie for one reason (by imdb-12650)
This movie stands out from any movie I've ever seen for one reason: it is the only movie I've seen where I believed the people fighting were actually fighting. I can't remember ever seeing a film where I was actually wincing and tensing up from fear that somebody was going to get hurt.This isn't a film that depends on CGI or fast cuts or clever angles or even stunt people for the most part. The star of the film is clearly a very physical and capable woman of action, and she made me believe she was actually hurting the people she was pretending to hurt.For that reason alone, it <more>
will always stand out in my memory. Most action films these days are terribly boring because it's all so cartoonish and exaggerated and stylized, and therefore unbelievable and fake. But this film kept the action grounded in the physical capabilities of its very capable star, and that made it anything but boring. I guess it didn't do to well at the box office, which is too bad. If this had launched a franchise I'd have been a big fan.
-- www.ramascreen.com --Director Steven Soderbergh doing an action flick starring a real MMA fighter, what is there not to like about HAYWIRE?! Plus it's written by Lem Dobbs who gave us Soderbergh's old great film, The Limey. You want another reason to like HAYWIRE? How 'bout this, the supporting actors are A-list names who are on top of their game. O and did I mention that Gina Carano kicks serious ass because unlike skinny Saldana or Jolie, Carano can literally kick your ass. Action film doesn't get more grounded and more solid than HAYWIRE..Steven Soderbergh is one of <more>
those filmmakers who I can easily trust, by that I mean whenever I hear there's a film made by Soderbergh, you can count me in because I know I'll be treated with good stories handled by a master who always aims to dig deeper and find those extra layers. I wasn't too crazy about Contagion but that was mostly because the film bit off more than it could chew. I personally don't find Dobb's HAYWIRE script to be too complex, I actually find the whole thing a bit thin, but it's not too simple that it might insult your intelligence. You could see the pawns in this chess game, who's pulling the strings, which one has more power over the others, beware the quiet ones, but the story fits nicely in between one action sequence after another. They mean to design HAYWIRE as a throwback to old James Bond films but I think HAYWIRE has enough kicks to be taken as an original espionage thriller.What I appreciate about HAYWIRE is that it's not an over-the-top, excessive, CG-laden action film. Other films brag about being grounded in reality, I think HAYWIRE can shut their mouths because for the most part of the film, what you see is what you get. And no offense to Statham's beating up 50 guys at a time, which is excitingly far-fetched, but what Carano's character Mallory Kane offers is a more creative set of fighting styles, and the result is a very realistic choreography, each fight doesn't drag, often times it's just one, two move and done. Little to no acrobatic wire work and lavish special effects. The action in this film is physically possible. I think it's brilliant that Soderbergh chooses to not have any music accompany the fight sequences, there's music for the car chases and the dramatic scenes and when shots are fired but as soon as the fights start, all you see and hear are the fights. Brilliant!I'm saving the best part for this last paragraph, Gina Carano. What a revelation! Finally, a convincing, believable female action star who can also look elegant and beautiful. At first I was a bit concerned knowing that I'd be watching a film where a bunch of guys, famous guys I might add, were punching and kicking a woman. But after researching more on Carano, I became more concerned for the guys instead. Actingwise, I think Carano does a fine job, she looks like a fast and disciplined learner, she holds her ground when facing such giants as Banderas and Douglas who've been in the business for years. Carano is sexy and lethal. My favorite scene would have to be the brutal hand-to-hand combat between Carano's character, Mallory Kane and Michael Fassbender's character, Paul, in the hotel room. It's intense, chaotic, and thrilling. The first fight scene with Tatum is just as badass because you never know how far they'd hurt each other. But I'm sure that being a fighter, Carano finds all that to be her comfort zone. I hope we'll see her in more action films because she has what it takes, her future is bright in cinema.-- www.ramascreen --