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Plot: A guy wanted around town by various hit men hopes to stay alive long enough for his life insurance policy to kick in and pay out for his estranged daughter. Runtime: 93 mins Release Date: 29 Apr 2016
I'm glad I ignored the negative reviews and watched this movie. I thoroughly enjoyed it. The casting was fantastic. I've never thought much of Hailee Steinfeld as an actress, but I thought she did a great job. And Bill Paxton - what can you say - he always adds a certain dimension to every movie he is in. And veteran Jonathan Banks was perfect in this movie. By perfect I mean he played his part with a solidity and a believability that really gave the movie it's anchor.And I really really liked Vince's character in this. He too made it a totally believable role. I had to give <more>
Really enjoyed this movie (by knightrider-ch90-168-8385)
I'm really surprised about the mostly negative reviews about this movie.I am a fan of Vince Vaughan but this was different from his usual comedy roles. There was some light hearted humour in this movie but certainly wouldn't categorize it as a comedy.I found the film a little different entirely from most films and would probably categorize it as an action movie.Anyway I thought Vince Vaughan played the part very well as a very methodical and clinical person who suddenly needs to protect his estranged daughter. I'm probably a little biased as I love Vince Vaughan's dry almost <more>
sarcastic sense of humour which still comes through in this part he plays. The story was interesting and fresh with a few twists here and there. I kept my focus on the movie which is rare these days as I quite often drift off into oblivion especially the bad movies. I thought the acting was good and Vince Vaughan kept his main character alive and interesting. I thought it proved that Vince can play other roles,so well done! Vince. The ending was predictable but hell what film isn't there the best ones. So just enjoy the ride.
Due to the huge success obtained by super-heroes in the big screen, we hadn't seen a film based on a "mature" comic ie, not including cloaks, super-powers or cosmic battles in various years. Term Life is based on an "adult" graphic novel from Image Comics written by Andy Lieberman and illustrated by Nick Thornborrow. Lieberman himself adapted the screenplay, and along with director Peter Billingsley, they were able to create a very entertaining movie which makes the comic justice despite altering many of its elements. Some changes are small details, while other <more>
ones substantially change the premise the affairs of the life insurance and the 21 days are barely mentioned in the film . However, the differences ended up being irrelevant, because Term Life made me have quite a good time and left me satisfied. I had found Vince Vaughn unable to play serious roles until I saw him in the second season of True Detective, and I changed my mind. His performance in Term Life displays once more his capacity to handle the drama and the action with equal credibility. Hailee Steinfeld also makes a competent work as his daughter, and she has a good chemistry with Vaughn. The interaction between father and daughter is the dramatic axis of Term Life, and it makes it more interesting than a simple tale about betrayal and criminal revenge. But that doesn't mean that the criminal aspect is neglected either; on the opposite, the initial robbery planned by the main character is well planned, and its consequences are ingenious and unexpected. In the supporting cast, we find many solid character actors Jonathan Banks, Jon Favreau, Bill Paxton, Terrence Howard, Mike Epps, Taraji P. Henson and Jordi Mollà who enrich the experience with their mere presence. Comparing it to other films based on thriller or action comics without super- heroes , I would place Term Life above The Losers, but below A History of Violence or Road to Perdition. However, as I said on the beginning of this review, the comic origin is just a cultural curiosity; despite not being a great movie, Term Life works pretty well as an interesting thriller with good performances, dynamic direction and a well written screenplay, so I recommend it with confidence.
Briskly Paced and Highly Entertaining! (by lavatch)
"Term Life" succeeds as an action film and a drama of father-daughter bonding primarily because it does not take itself too seriously. The film is designed as light entertainment with no other pretensions.Vince Vaughn is good as the beleaguered, yet inventive, planner of heists. After doing the leg work on a stick-up opportunity, he "sells" his plans to the criminal buyers. After a heist goes sour, Vaughn's character must go into hiding, and he is forced to "kidnap" his daughter, in order to protect her from the two principal villains--a drug lord and a <more>
crooked cop.The film becomes engaging when the daughter begins to "learn the ropes" of the business of crime, and, above all, the mindset of the criminal. The young woman is a fast study, and the actress playing the daughter, Hailee Steinfeld, steals the show.The best scene in the film was the moment when the father and daughter are at a fair, and the dad intercedes when a woman and her child are cheated out of a prize. He violates one of his cardinal rules as a criminal by making himself so conspicuous that bystanders may remember him. One of those bystanders is a cop, who is played by Terrence Howard. Of course, the cop will later remember the face of the kind man at the fair. This well-crafted scene pays dividends in the development of Vaughn's character as a criminal who has a heart.Overall, "Term Life" was not a great film. But it included a fine set of character actors, brisk pacing by the director, and an excellent dose of sheer entertainment.