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Safe House
USA, Japan, South Africa
Crime, Thriller, Action, Mystery
IMDB rating:
Daniel Espinosa


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Vera Farmiga as Catherine Linklater
Stephen Rider as Richards
Jenna Dover as CIA Analyst
Nora Arnezeder as Ana Moreau
Fares Fares as Vargas
Joel Kinnaman as Keller
Rubén Blades as Carlos Villar
Liam Cunningham as Alec Wade
Ryan Reynolds as Matt Weston
Denzel Washington as Tobin Frost
Tracie Thoms as CIA Analyst
Sam Shepard as Harlan Whitford
Brendan Gleeson as David Barlow
Robert Patrick as Daniel Kiefer
Safe House Storyline: Matt Weston ( ) is a CIA rookie who is manning a safe house in Cape Town, South Africa, when Tobin Frost ( ) the CIA's most wanted rogue agent is captured and taken to the safe house. During Frost's interrogation, the safe house is overtaken by mercenaries who want Frost. Weston and Frost escape and must stay out of the gunmen's sight until they can get to another safe house.
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Finally Visible Battle Scars
Much like the "Bourne" films, this movie was very fast paced. There was a substantial amount of action and some outstanding chase and fight scenes. There was not a lot of character development though. A little more of a back-story, especially in relation to Denzel Washington's character, would have been nice. Although several details remained unanswered, most of the credit I give Safe House is in regards to the fight scenes. People get shot, stabbed and beat up left and right. The characters get hurt, and get into even more fights and more hurt. There's no "miraculous healing" between fights like we see in most action movies. I was as worn as these characters were by the end of this movie. Reviewed by AN/NR 02-16-12
Competent but unimpressive
It's not bad for the type of spy flick it is, but it does nothing unusual, really, goes pretty much where you expect it to, and has no particular surprises on any level. Some of the behaviors seem questionable -- "Why the HELL did he do that?" and so forth. Not enough to mess up the film but all too much to make it at all good, too. Actions that only serve to advance the plot, not ones that make sense in the context.

In short, if you're bored on an afternoon, this is probably watchable, but there are definitely better action flicks out there. It's on the cusp between a six and a seven. I gave it the lesser of the two just because of the lack of anything to recommend it on.
'Safe House' is the most disappointing action film of all time.
Movie trailers give us previews of what the picture will be like 'Safe House' looked like an action packed thriller with an insane plot. Instead you get a typical cheesy action film with lame acting and boring drama. Ryan Reynolds stars as Matt Weston, a CIA agent working in a boring Safe House who one day is guarding notorious fugitive Tobin Frost (Denzel Washington)When the safe house is destroyed and attacked, Weston and Frost find themselves on the run from people trying to kill both of them, and to find Tobin Frost a new location to keep under control. This film has nothing shocking or entertaining about it what so ever, and at many times gets extremely boring. Denezel Washington has as much personality as a piece of cardboard in this film, and provides so dangerous freight or darkness in his character what so ever. Ryan Reynolds being a terrible actor gives his typical overdone performance and plays a lame character. Not one scene of action has good directing or action. The film is shot in a way that there is always something going on and it has a false intensity that drives each action scene, even though the scenes are predictable and have very minimum action. Daniel Espinosa as the director does a very overdone job. You can tell he worked hard on it by capturing lots of detail in his shots, just he doesn't make the film good. The scenes are terrible but the detail is average is a good way to describe it. Don't be fooled by the genies trailer making of 'safe House' The only good thing about this film is that the trailer can trick you beyond belief, and I was a victim of that advertisement.
Generic action film?
I didn't have high hopes for safehouse, the trailer looked so generic and in the end, the film did not deliver.

It was not all that bad to be fair, denzel and reynolds did pretty good jobs in their roles and the action sequences were visceral but predictable. There was a lot of patented "shaky cam" action which can be disorientating at times.

So the storyline of this film is predictable, Frost (Denzel) is a badass killer and Weston (Reynolds) is the rookie CIA agent who hasn't killed. However due to a series of events, Reynolds' character ends up having to try to subdue Frost until he can be handed into the CIA's hands. A pretty typical storyline and a few twists and turns which many will probably figure out halfway through the movie.

To be fair, the film does keep a good pace throughout the film and some of the action sequences are decent but it doesn't really offer anything different from what Hollywood is already spewing out.

If you're bored then you should watch this movie, it'll keep you entertained for an hour but if you're looking for something "bourne" esque then this isn't it.
Nothing new, a dumb actioneer that has to reach an end somehow
When I first heard about the movie I was expecting more of a "Safe House" suspense, an 'Assault on Precinct 13' kind of single-location tense thriller. Then the trailer gave away it was all out action, but it still looked cleverer than it really is (and I think I know what to look for in those nicely packaged samples).

The only original thing was to have the action unfold in South Africa, still it was nothing more than a gimmick. The only plot point is about CIA not having backup teams available so far down on the overlooked continent, but aside from this the action could easily have been relocated to LA. When there's a furious car chase in a Bourne movie you know it's a different country, but Downtown Cape Town, sunny highways, what's the difference?

Safe House, the title, is still high concept, too bad they just used it as a starting point to yet another overblown actioneer. Characters are flimsy, even more so as they run to give and get lots of blows and run here and there until it's time to kill those who get in the way of a simplified ending.

Lots of dumb violence - I mean violence is not dumb with Jason Bourne, it's realistic, sharp and short - and then cut to a nice cute clean ending. Blah.
Capetown tourism
OK I live in Capetown so I may have a jaundiced view of this movie . First of it is a below average conspiracy movie of no remark . The thing that struck me about it was how the script was somehow manipulated to show various parts of the Cape (or Capetown). Was this actually written in conjunction with cape tourism , It certainly looks that way . Maybee the production company got discounts on filming fees in return for showcasing various parts of the cape .Oh and by the way if you have to have a car chase at least have some kind of continuity reality to it for the viewers who are from the place were you are filming , you cut from Capetown central to nearby highways to suburbs and townships 20 miles from downtown in the same chase , I wont even start on the white elephant world cup football stadium ,Ridiculas , Anotherthing Capetown is still extremely racist and divided by suburb on race lines of old , the idea of a white man living in langa by choice is f*cking laughable So if your not from Capetown its just about watchable but please don't think your getting any sense of this town from the movie
About 30 minutes of plot padded with an hour and a half of car chases
The plot- A CIA bureaucrat minding an seldom used "safe house" in South Africa plays host to the CIA's most notorious turncoat. Things break bad, and the facility is attacked, leaving the minder chasing the turncoat while being chased by unknown goons who want them both dead. A bit of espinoge and who can trust who leaves you guessing until you don't really care.

Denzel is okay in this, but the action scenes were repetitive and mindless. They also wreck a bunch of cars.. so there's that.

Barely worth watching once.

There was also the subplot with the French girlfriend which goes nowhere and is just filler.
Denzel Defies Life and Death in Action-Packed Espionage Thriller
Denzel Washington returns in this gritty espionage crime thriller, playing mild-mannered, smug anti-hero Tobin frost in the engagingly suave, signature style fans have come to love.

Once considered a topnotch CIA operative, Frost is now a renegade ex-agent whose reputation rivals his Oscar-winning rogue cop character in Training Day.

After eluding capture for almost a decade for allegedly selling government intelligence, he's brought to a remote safe house for debriefing. But the damaging info he holds provides the real suspense factor that keeps viewers completely on edge.

The action turns wildly fast and unpredictable when the isolated South African site is attacked, and frustrated novice agency 'house sitter' Ryan Reynolds (Matt Weston) barely escapes with his fugitive 'houseguest' in-tow.

Seizing the opportunity to prove himself worthy of full fledged officer status, Weston is forced to rely upon Frost to help him discover whether they are the targets of inside man while being under continuous threat. It gets extremely high-energy packed and adrenaline fueled as the two become hunted prey fleeing an unknown enemy possibly within the CIA.

The life and death situation climaxes in testosterone overdrive to bring about a surprising, though gratifying conclusion that seems to end abruptly.

However, it won't be apparent. That is, unless you see the additional footage shown after the closing credits.
Not the Safest Bet
Welcome to Denzel Washington's world of thrillers part umpteen. The report card this time though is quite mediocre. Why? Simply because the script unfortunately doesn't beg to differ from genre convention and makes use of overused and overdone story arcs.

If you ask me, the whole CIA conspiracy thriller concept is just beginning to become stale. There really is limited variation possible. It takes little thinking here to anticipate the next stages and the vital plot points not to mention the people of interest. Films like these tend to promise much and leave you half full. It took eons to ascertain why, what and how and as a result, all you can see on screen for a majority of the movie is people running around helter skelter with no solid reasoning or basis behind it. Just trying to capture someone doesn't tell the full story. It doesn't even reach the threshold of mindless action, I didn't find anything novel and cool about it in any way from that perspective. If the nifty almost intentionally slack camera work was supposed to make it feel different, I couldn't quite see it.

If we saw any dissimilarities from the status quo, it was in all likeliness, in the acting. Seldom do we see 'Mr. Thriller' Denzel Washington in an antagonist role and this time, his character Tobin Frost was a scheming, mind manipulating character rather than the regular crook we've seen in Oscar winner 'Training Day' and 'American Gangster'. He isn't the most extroverted actor, but his skill lies in how he can create a dangerous personality without coming out of his shell. I'd sum up Ryan Reynolds in two words, nervy and shaky. But those characteristics drove an inspired show as the naïve rookie. As a pair, they were okay I guess, but brilliant, no. I always admire Brendan Gleeson's involvement as well in spy, conspiracy thrillers and it was good to see him more heavily used.

Shallow as a conspiracy thriller and devoid of mentionable action, it just didn't have anything to set it apart. Feeble scripting makes it your average joe thriller albeit far from compelling.
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