The Rhythm Section

The Rhythm Section

DVD - 2020
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Stephanie is out for revenge against the people that arranged the plane crash that killed her family.


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Nov 07, 2020

An action thriller for fans of Lively and to a lessor degree of Law and Raza Jaffrey that tells the rise of an assassin, vengeance, a terrorist act and espionage. Sounds great but the film hurried too much in developing the killing skill of the femme fatale and allowed her to learn on the job. The result is a more vulnerable realistic character but less exciting and hence not rousing entertaining. Also, not too crazy with those POV sequences, such as the car/foot chases, that limit the spectacular film location shots in Loch Frey-Ireland, San Martín de Valdeiglesias-Madrid/Spain and Tangier-Morocco. Oh well! ... Lastly, out of place if not odd choices of songs in the soundtrack.

Sep 30, 2020

"Overall, this movie is so boring. It took me forever to watch it. Like literally. I thought the acting from the leads was good. Blake Lively is great here and I think this proves she could do some action stuff, I thought she handled what she was given really well."
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Sep 26, 2020

I like Blake Lively but was disappointed with the screenplay. Too many dark and closeup scenes with a muddled plot. Hard to follow what and why as it progressed.

Sep 22, 2020

Dark, strange, gave up on it.


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Nov 07, 2020

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Stop. You got to get your breathing sorted. Don't panic. Be calm. Be still. You got to get your rhythm section under control, like in music, remember? Think of your heart as the drums. Yeah. Your breathing as the bass. You get those sorted and you're sorted.

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