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USA, Japan, South Africa
Crime, Thriller, Action, Mystery
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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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doesn't let up the tension. Reynolds & Washington are firmly on the action hero map!
Denzel Washington in a film more or less guarantees it's gravitas and/or watchability; the man is an acting demi-god. Ryan Reynolds is always good for a laugh, good to look at and is very slick but I'd not seen him do mega-action before (Green Lantern doesn't count): CIA agent running tough throwing himself around with die-hard commitment to role ie all physicality and gung-ho! Welcome to Safe House. Oh my goodness what a roller-coaster film. Wish I'd seen it at the cinema on the big screen, and the DVD had been of sufficient quality to not interrupt the flow of action.

The chemistry between Reynolds and Washington is brilliant. At first I thought that being on set with Washington was upping Reynolds' game but soon I realised they were both acting their socks off and the emotion, action, stunts, fight scenes and general all guns blazing and car chases were just superb. Clever, intelligent and twisting plot (okay not totally unpredictable) with clever use of time wobbling to make the story a fraction less linear and not spelling everything out (other than explaining that Hamburg is in Germany and Paris is in France (!)); it didn't treat the audience like idiots, and you had to jog a bit to keep up.

Brilliant film with some really incredible acting... can't emphasise that enough. Brilliant stunts, great fight segments, edge of the seat stuff. Vera Farmiga, Sam Shepherd, Brendan Gleeson and Robert Patrick were also very good, as well as Nora Arnezeder as Reynolds' French girlfriend. A very international film, filmed in South Africa predominantly, about a supposed rogue CIA agent who has a list of world wide agents and their dirty laundry that could compromise many Agencies - about who wants to keep it out of the light of day and what they will do to protect their reputations.

Oh just watch it. If you like Speed-type fast paced action, intelligent plot, Pelican Brief type intrigue and slick fluid acting/direction/script reminiscent of Ronin or Bourne you'll really get a kick out of this. Reynolds and Washington were a powerful on-screen duo. Really entertaining and enjoyable (although stressful and a little uncomfortable at times.) Must see.
Wants to be more, but isn't
The film sets up some very interesting ideas, about these safe houses that are dotted around the world where intelligence agencies protect the vulnerable or conduct their dark deeds.

The characters have some depth and I thought Ryan Reynolds did very well out of his comfort zone. There is a fair amount of tension for the first half of the film and the action is high-octane.

The problem I have is with the endless repetitive nature of the film. Whenever anyone takes a sigh of relief some bad guy comes bursting through the window or the kitchen sink explodes and its another car chase. This became tedious and draining after the first hour.

It seems to becoming a constant of my reviews lately but the film is just too long. It is impossible to keep the tension up so high for so long without me losing interest.
This is the best movie I have seen in a very, very long time
When everyone is obsessed with series TV and piracy means being able to watch pretty much anything at any time, this is an incredible movie. It's ultra-realistic - I live in South Africa and all those details are 100% correct - but the movie is gritty and authentic in every way.

Ryan is really, really good - he really pulls this off, and setting him with Denzel works brilliantly. All bit actors, from Vera, Sam Shepard, and especially Rubén Blades, add important elements.

Though made in 2012, the backdrop of America's nationalism - where to speak against the USA may get you into trouble - and NSA surveillance scandals, and kids who died fighting in Iraq, believing in something - all make for real poignancy in an thriller/action movie that is still very relevant today.
An action film by the numbers
Denzel Washington plays an ex CIA agent/special forces operative (to be honest, I forget) who gets captured and taken to the (official) CIA's most inept hideout which is promptly overrun by baddies and everyone is killed. Everyone that is, apart from plucky Ryan Reynolds who is basically the CIA's caretaker of the unsafe safe house. He therefore has to rescue Washington and escort him to safety, all the time being pursued by baddies who can wipe out a professional CIA team in seconds, but can't shoot an untrained agent and his shackled prisoner.

I can suspend my disbelief to accept all that. There's car chases, slick camera work, shoot-outs and punch-up - pretty much everything you'd expect from a modern action film. But it's still only average. The only thing that elevates it from being VERY average is Denzil Washington who, as usual, turns in a pretty decent performance, given what he has to work with. He snarls, charms and punches his way through most situations and Ryan Reynolds seems to have good chemistry with him in his attempts at keeping him both safe and cuffed at the same time.

If anyone else was in the film it would simply be average, but if you like the sound of another car chase-laden action film with a better than average cast, give this one a go. It might be slightly longer than your average action flick, but it's entertaining enough not to bore.
Completely Average, with lazy writing
I can only imagine the 7.0 rating for this film comes from affection for Denzel Washington or Ryan Reynolds, but other than the details of what Denzel has and how Reynolds is going to find him again, the story is old, old, old.

There are easy tip offs to bad/lazy writing (or studio interference). One of the most dependable is that the villain or bad guy or bully is a professed Christian. I know, that's shockingly original. The other tip off of horrendously lazy and creatively bankrupt thriller writing was displayed in this film (and has been done to death by others): *SPOILER, SPOILER* THE VILLAIN IS A BAD CIA AGENT. Whoa, never saw that coming (in the first four minutes of the film). And, the writer/producers just kicked up their laziness a notch by *SPOILER SPOILER* giving us the CIA willing to cover it all up to protect their reputation.

The director tried for a more interesting approach to telling the story, by playing with the chronology of time for short periods within select segment, but, believe me, this was no "Memento." I kept watching, hoping the movie would be better than it was. It could have been really good, I mean, look at all the acting talent that went to waste, like Brendan Gleeson and Reuben Blades. But the most under-used actor was the amazing Vera Farminga in a thankless and one-dimensional role as the tough case-manager chick in The Company. Giving an actress of her caliber such crap should be a creative Felony, punishable by ten years of directing webisodes.
Lacks Plot & Is Not A Psychological Thriller As Advertised
I went to see "Safe House" in the theater for two reasons: 1. I like psychological thrillers (what this movie was advertised at); and 2. I am a fan of Denzel Washington. Sadly, the film fails miserably to succeed on #1 and only gives glimpses of #2.

For a basic plot summary, "Safe House" sees known criminal (and former CIA operative) Tobin Frost (Denzel Washington) walk into a U.S. embassy for protection after a secret information- selling deal goes bad. While the CIA tries to figure out what Frost is really up to, he is broken out of a secure facility by the men pursuing him, with only rookie CIA operative Matt Weston (Ryan Reynolds) able to "protect" him.

What needs to be cleared up right away, however, is that "Safe House" is NOT the psychological thriller as advertised in the trailer. Every single "psych" moment is shown in the trailer...there is nothing more. Instead, it is a straight-forward action/adventure romp with plenty of bullets, car crashes, and fisticuffs to satisfy the adrenaline junkies.

Where this movie fails miserably, though, is that the plot and direction are an absolute mess from beginning to end. Though containing all the trappings of an interesting movie, all the wrong aspects are focused on. What should have (and could have) been a tense psychological thriller instead is one prolonged action scene after another with tiny little "plot moments" thrown in between them so that the whole thing doesn't fall apart.

About the only redeeming quality of the movie is Denzel. Though his character is regrettably given very little to do throughout the movie, he still shines as the "tough guy" in a number of scenes (again, though, nothing that isn't shown in the trailer). After taking a break from his "Man on Fire" or "Deju Vu" type characters, it seemed as if, in "Safe House", Denzel was venturing back into that territory once again.

Overall, "Safe House" will only be enjoyed by those who like having their senses stimulated at the cinema. It does contain pulse-pounding action, but those looking for any plot or character development will be severely disappointed and should look elsewhere for a Denzel fix.
Utter Nonsense
I think 'Look Who's Talking' has a more realistic chance of happening than 'Safe House' ever would. The plot was laughable and the acting (minus Denzel) was atrocious. Ryan Reynolds role of being the pompous, talky and moronic hero is starting to become ridiculous. He plays the same role in every movie and every movie he's in sucks.

Also, I'm a fan of the whole shaky camera since it makes you believe you're right there in the action a movie provides to you but 'Safe House' uses it waaayyyy too much, even for scenes where it's just a bunch of people talking. I became distracted by it and this hampered my experience.

If you're a big fan of the Bourne series and want to watch 'Safe House', do yourself a favor and pop in one of The Bourne Trilogy movies into your DVD player and watch those again. They're more enjoyable, less preposterous, and all have better acting than this turd called 'Safe House.'
'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.
Nothing really new but a good choice of actors, effects and locations
If you have seen conspiracy flicks like "Enemy Of The State", "The Bourne Identity", "XIII", "Unknown" and so on and so forth, you really won't be surprised by this movie. The story presents nothing new and is about the usual stereotypes: the good one turn out to be the bad ones, the bad ones turn out to be the good ones, the weak ones turn out to be the strong ones and so one. I think you get what I mean. The movie has no big surprises after all.

But if this kind of movie is well done, it can still merit a rating of eight points. I only give six point five and for this site seven points because of the mediocre camera work that was shaking and irritating at some points of the movie.

The rest of the film is quite decent. The locations are interesting and the movie takes place in Cape Town in South Africa and not in Europe or North America. The fighting and action scenes are very well done and with the visual and sound effects in cinema, it's a pleasant entertainment to watch this movie for sure. It's a good flick to change your mind, to relax and to take a break from your everyday life for sure. The acting is also rather good with two strong lead actors that are a very cool Denzel Washington and a sympathetic and determined Ryan Reynolds.

The only little flaw is that I would have liked to know more about both characters, especially about their past and what really led them to do what they actually do in the movie.

The movie simply has not the greatest script to stand out among many other similar flicks but it's still a good film. I would suggest you to rather watch the movies I talked about in my introduction or classics like "I As In Icarus" but if you have seen and liked them all, you will surely appreciate this work, too.
Predictable but Entertaining, Excellent Performances
I'm of the opinion that out of all the movie stars and would-be movie stars in Hollywood, Denzel Washington is one of, if not THE, safest bet. I say this because I don't think I've ever met a person who dislikes the man. In a culture that is built upon strong opinions and holding to said opinions fiercely (this is the backbone of the industry in many ways), it is a remarkable feat to put together a 20+ year career like Denzel has without drawing the ire of someone or some group. Age, race, and gender seem to matter not when it comes to Denzel, whose films almost always find a way to exceed expectations whether they are magnificent (Training Day, American Gangster) or wholly lackluster (John Q, Unstoppable). There is an overriding sense among a high percentage of moviegoers that if Denzel is in, so are they. Safe House, a solid if uninspired action thriller, has proved this theory to be true. Instead of the undercover investigations and shoot outs he expected when he joined the CIA, Matt Weston (Ryan Reynolds) has been relegated to manning a safe house in Cape Town, South Africa. He is bored and he wants some action, a desire that is all too well fulfilled at the outset of the film when former CIA agent-turned-traitor Tobin Frost (Washington) is brought to his house for interrogation. Soon after his arrival, a militant force arrives to take possession of Frost, killing the highly-trained team that brought Frost into the house. With no other option, Weston grabs Frost and makes a bolt for it, barely escaping the unknown villains who killed his comrades. With no other teams in the area, Weston's superior, David Barlow (Brendan Gleeson), tasks him with keeping Frost alive and in custody until he can be collected, a proposition which turns out to be much more difficult and complex than Weston would have ever imagined. With the assailants hot on their trail and Frost crawling deeper and deeper in Weston's head, the young agent must think fast and learn on the run before he becomes another casualty of a dirty battle that Frost has sucked him into. There are a few departures from the main storyline at work within Safe House but these distractions are only there to lengthen the film and add some uninteresting depth. This film lives and dies on the performances of Reynolds and Washington, both of whom come through beautifully. It's been a rough year for Reynolds whose star status has been thrown into serious question with the failures of Green Lantern and The Change-Up. This role, however, is a better fit for him, allowing him to share the load with an established genre veteran instead of being relied upon to carry a major film on his own. I was pleasantly surprised at his ability to give Weston more depth than what you usually get with this sort of film and I thought he hit the right balance between being a half- terrified, inexperienced field agent and being that hardened, "see this thing through to the bitter end" character that Safe House had to have. Washington, meanwhile, is a tour de force, exuding both charisma and menace in just the right amounts. Always a commanding presence on the screen no matter what his role, Washington is at his best when delivering his lines in that quiet, calm, measured manner which he has become famous for and this is a role that calls upon that ability several times. I can't say that this is one of Washington's best portrayals and it's certainly a safer choice than I'd like to see an actor of his caliber make, but it is nonetheless a reminder of exactly why just about everybody digs what this guy has been selling for two decades. Every other element of Safe House plays second fiddle to the work done by the two leads. The action is intense and somewhat gritty; when a shot is fired, you feel it as much as hear it, a characteristic I quite like in a serious action film. The plot itself is rife with generalities and clich
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