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Sunday, July 11, 2010

From Paris With Love Review

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Mastery of an art requires two things; talent and practice. Luc Besson, director of Leon and La Femme Nikita, has talent. Me? I have practice. Practice to catch laziness when I see it, and From Paris With Love is as lazy as it gets. What we do get is what's already in the title; it's filmed in Paris and covers a couple pathetically incorporated one-dimensional themes of love (love of the handgun, a married couple, and bro-mancing with bald Travolta). Throw in some excessive action with a highly implausible story and pointless dialogue and you have the most mediocre action movie ever made. 6.9/10.

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