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Wanted 4K 2008 Ultra HD 2160p

Wanted 4K 2008 Ultra HD 2160p
BDRemux / BDRip
Country: USA | Germany
Time: 110 min
IMDB: 6.7
Director: Timur Bekmambetov
Actors: Angelina Jolie, James McAvoy, Morgan Freeman, Terence Stamp, Thomas Kretschmann, Common, Kristen Hager, Marc Warren, David O'Hara, Konstantin Khabenskiy, Dato Bakhtadze, Chris Pratt, Lorna Scott, Sophiya Haque, Brian Caspe, Mark O'Neal, Bridget McManus, Bob Ari.

Story Movie

Wanted 4K 2008 Ultra HD 2160p
Wesley Gibson is a nerd and a whiner, stuck in the office all day. His boss humiliates him, his girlfriend cheats on him. His life is going nowhere! After discovering that his father, who abandoned him in his early childhood, was brutally murdered, Wes finds himself drawn into a secret society of killers called "Brotherhood". An experienced mentor, Fox, takes charge of his training, and this once chained to an office chair squishy develops lightning-fast reactions and superhuman speed. But even on his first assignment, Wesley realizes there's more to life than deciding other people's fates. It's about having the courage to take charge of your own life.

Review 4K Movie

A battered office clerk, Wesley Gibson could never have imagined that a big businessman's head shot through on the roof of the Metropolitan Building would cause a dramatic change in his fortunes. In Wesley's life there had been no crazy chases, beads of blood spattering from bullet-riddled bodies and uncompromising Fox, seductively sprawled on the roof of a subway train... Now there would be!

In sunny faraway Hollywood our guru of visionary cinema Timur Bekmambetov made an international action film about arcing bullets and death sentences of fate. In it, an Indian secretary is killed by a shot to a point on her forehead, wounded 'weavers' are pilled with Russian vodka, and an old Jew in Moravia churns out patterned bullets.

At the center of the plot is the mysterious Brotherhood of Weavers, whose leader Sloan interprets messages coming from the Weaving Machine of Destiny and sends the Brotherhood members to kill those whose names the Machine will point out. One day Wesley Gibson enters the Brotherhood, which helps him discover the unique abilities he inherited from his father. But a shocking revelation lies ahead for Wesley.

The film is played on a strained nerve. Everything in it is meant to engage, stir and excite. The rumbling subway trains, the close-ups, the rapid-fire and slow-motion shots, all the visuals are meant to act on the strung-out nerves, to imprint themselves on the retina, to make you squeeze into your chair. WONTED is pure psychedelic, a drug movie that is injected and acts through your senses.

Timur Bekmambetov, of course, is a trickster and a bug for securing the film in advance:

- the affection of our press - by inviting its very best representatives to a private viewing of the working version (when you're treated humanly, and you're treated humanly);
- attention of the Internet community - by a viral advertising about the manager's rebellion ('Well done, man! He did everything right' ©);
- appreciation of 'ordinary spectators' - by the premiere in Khimki, where he himself appeared with Thomas Kretschmann (Cross in the film);
- the support of soccer fans - by the postponement of sessions in connection with the matches.

The combination of such Eastern cunning and love of publicity in the director makes him the Tamerlane of movies--the money loves him.

But when Angelina Jolie falls like a cut rose in the film, it's impossible to fault Beck for all the hype surrounding 'Won'ted': if not for him, who would have put her on the legendary 'Kopeika'; who would have shown her emerging naked from the water; who would have filmed her mouth-to-mouth artificial breathing by Kostya Khabensky?

When Jolie is in the frame in 'Wonted,' the audience doesn't seem to be breathing. In the film, she ingeniously says little, and in her relationship with Wesley goes from cringe to friendship. In the scene of the first acquaintance with him, her face reads 'What would we do without baby', and in the smile on the roof of the subway after the first mission - already delight and spiritual kinship. Angelina is uncompromisingly the best in 'Specially Dangerous.

Timur and the Fox role brought back a fire and frenzy to her that I don't remember since her time with Pitt.

McAvoy is the new action hero and has a huge future. Dubbed by Bezrukov, he desperately resembles him in some scenes, turning 'Won'ted' into a very Russian film with guest Hollywood actors.

Cross (Thomas Kretschmann, who we all loved back in 'King Kong') is such a new age Darth Vader in 'Wanted', and says the most important line in the movie of the last thirty years.

'Dangerous Special' is international not just in its filming, although that's no small feature either. They say the most beautiful children are born from the mixing of distant bloods, and the most beautiful films, it seems (check it out), are born from the mixing of creative potencies of different cultures.
In spirit, 'Wented' is an American film with such a distinctive Russian-Eastern flavor. The film is philosophical, no matter what they say about the illogical nature of the plot. Timur put a point (viewpoint) in the argument about free will with a swirling bullet.

'Won'ted' teaches us that freedom isn't everything, and even when you're free of all restrictions and have $3 million in your account, you're still a nobody - and you don't understand why you're here.

Freedom is when you can exercise your own will. But by itself, it doesn't get rid of the strings of influence on your hands and feet that someone is pulling to weave the pattern of your life that they want. It's only when you discover those strings, and a pair of scissors come into play-or, say, a bullet's unintelligent trajectory frees you from negative attachments-that you gain the independence that is the ability to rely on your own judgment.

Wesley Gibson broke the laws of physics, stopped bullets, died and was born, gaining his freedom--and still lost himself, as do many of us. But beyond the crucible of pain, blood, fights, shootings and losses for Wesley comes a day of personal independence.

It's the day when it becomes clear to you who you are.


movie BDRemux Video
Codec: HEVC / H.265 (85.0 Mb/s)
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
HDR: Dolby Vision, HDR10
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1

English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: Dolby Digital 5.1

English SDH.


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