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Hobbs & Shaw

2019  0 MN


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David Leitch
  Director





 Release Date

August 1, 2019


 Top Billed Cast

 Dwayne Johnson
 Luke Hobbs
 Jason Statham
 Deckard Shaw
 Idris Elba
 Brixton
 Vanessa Kirby
 Hattie Shaw
 Eiza González
 Madame M
 Cliff Curtis
 Jonah Hobbs


 Written by

Chris Morgan Screenplay
Chris Morgan Story
Drew Pearce Screenplay

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 Cast

Dwayne Johnson
  Luke Hobbs
Jason Statham
  Deckard Shaw
Idris Elba
  Brixton
Vanessa Kirby
  Hattie Shaw
Eiza González
  Madame M
Cliff Curtis
  Jonah Hobbs
Helen Mirren
  Queenie Shaw
Leati Joseph Anoa'i
  Mateo
Eddie Marsan
  Professor Andreiko
John Tui
  Kal
Lori Pelenise Tuisano
  Sefina
Rob Delaney
  Agent Loeb
Alex King
  Lt. Grapefruit
Tom Wu
  Tsoi
John Macdonald
  Lermotov
Shiloh Coke
  Prison Guard
Harry Hickles
  Young Owen
Akie Kotabe
  CIA Handler #2
Felicity Dean
  Savoy Check-in Guest
Peter Basham
  Agent at Hattie's #1
Noah Maxwell Clarke
  Agent at Hattie's #2
Joel MacCormack
  CIA Mapping Agent
Vineeta Rishi
  Eteon Assistant
Ryan Reynolds
  Locke / Eteon Director (voice)
David Mumeni
  Eteon Computer Tech
Ansu Kabia
  U.K. Newsreader #2
Stephanie Vogt
  U.S. Newsreader
Dan Li
  Chinese Newsreader
Adam Ganne
  German Newsreader
Antonio Mancino
  Italian Newsreader
Thalissa Teixeira
  Rosie's Nanny
James Dryden
  British Custom Officer
Katia Elizarova
  Flight Attendant
Ella-Rae Smith
  Madame M's Crew #1
Nathan Jones
  Russian Fighter Pilot
Spencer Wilding
  Eteon's Uber Merc
Axel Nu
  Eteon Medical Tech
Stephen Dunlevy
  Eteon Merc #1
David Leitch
  Eteon Helicopter Pilot
Michael Wildman
  U.K. Police Leader
Lampros Kalfuntzos
  Russian Plane Passenger (uncredited)
Kevin Hart
  Air Marshall Dinkley (uncredited)

 Crew


Jason Statham
  Producer
Mary Vernieu
  Casting
Peter Brown
  Sound Designer
David Leitch
  Director
Jonathan Sela
  Director of Photography
Tyler Bates
  Original Music Composer
Paul Pattison
  Makeup Artist
Dwayne Johnson
  Producer
Lucy Bevan
  Casting
Christopher Rouse
  Editor
Simon McGuire
  Art Direction
Chris Morgan
  Screenplay
Chris Morgan
  Producer
Chris Morgan
  Story
Max Berman
  Concept Artist
Shane Vieau
  Set Decoration
David Allday
  Art Direction
Lisa Chugg
  Set Decoration
Simon Crane
  Stunt Coordinator
Simon Crane
  Second Unit Director
Steven Chasman
  Executive Producer
David Scheunemann
  Production Design
Ethan Smith
  Executive Producer
Ethan Smith
  Unit Production Manager
Kelly McCormick
  Executive Producer
Dany Garcia
  Executive Producer
J.D. Schwalm
  Special Effects Supervisor
Paul Barry
  First Assistant Director
Wolfgang Metschan
  Art Direction
Bruno Martins
  Electrician
Jeff Murrell
  Gaffer
Drew Pearce
  Screenplay
Tanner Foust
  Stunt Driver
William Eliscu
  Assistant Art Director
Stefan von Borbély
  Camera Operator
Alessandro Bertolazzi
  Makeup Designer
Jonathan Weber
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Ashley Winter
  Assistant Art Director
Mats Andersen
  Visual Effects Producer
Stuart Lashley
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Will Coubrough
  Art Direction
Kim Phelan
  Visual Effects Producer
Frank Masi
  Still Photographer
Marylou Lim
  Costumer
Julie Brown
  Script Supervisor
Chris O'Hara
  Stunt Coordinator
Jason Ewart
  Steadicam Operator
Frank A. Montaño
  Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Jon Taylor
  Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Tom Partridge
  Visual Effects Editor
Kathy Chasen-Hay
  Associate Producer
Hans Bjerno
  Aerial Director of Photography
Christopher Prampin
  Gaffer
Heather Noble
  Assistant Art Director
Sean Haley
  Costumer
Christine Youngstrom
  Art Department Coordinator
John Marzano
  Aerial Director of Photography
Adam Dale
  Aerial Director of Photography
Christopher Raphael
  Still Photographer
David Smith
  Gaffer
Jillian Amburgey
  Script Supervisor
Fraser Taggart
  Second Unit Cinematographer
Fraser Taggart
  Second Unit Director of Photography
David Butler
  Key Costumer
Roxanne Cuenca
  Script Supervisor
Roy Chapman
  Property Master
Oliver Loncraine
  Camera Operator
David Malinowski
  Prosthetic Makeup Artist
Carol McConnaughey
  Unit Publicist
Nava R. Sadan
  Costume Supervisor
Christopher Downs
  CG Supervisor
Choi Ho Man
  Art Direction
Tim R. Lafferty
  Construction Foreman
Jess Jansen
  Assistant Editor
Ian Sullivan
  Digital Intermediate
Dominic Hyman
  Supervising Art Director
Hiram Garcia
  Producer
Remo Tozzi
  Art Direction
Nikos Kalimerakis
  Gaffer
Cristina Waltz
  Key Makeup Artist
Derek Walker
  Camera Operator
Jessica Phillips
  Costumer
John Flemming
  Key Grip
Dean Foard
  Lighting Technician
Dominic Ackland-Snow
  Construction Manager
Travis Dultz
  3D Editor
Oliver Cubbage
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Daniel Smith
  Still Photographer
Dan Glass
  Visual Effects Supervisor
David Cain
  Unit Production Manager
JoJo Williams
  Makeup Artist
Liam Byrne
  Supervising Armorer
Matthew A. Petrosky
  Steadicam Operator
John Brubaker
  Compositing Supervisor
Adam Pere
  Visual Effects Producer
Matthew D'Angibau
  Matchmove Supervisor
Oscar Gomez
  Key Rigging Grip
Barbara Holmes
  Visual Effects Editor
Nick Mitchell
  Electrician
Marisol Roncali
  Casting
Sean Rogers
  Libra Head Technician
Kelly Maracin Krieg
  Script Supervisor
Sam Paul Toms
  Visual Effects Editor
Harry Lu
  Armorer
Liam McCartney
  Supervising Armorer
Matthew Deetsch
  Lighting Programmer
John Casali
  Sound Mixer
Nicole Furia
  Associate Producer
Stamos Triantafyllos
  Camera Operator
Fatemeh Khoshkhou
  Visual Effects Producer
Jason Wasserman
  First Assistant Editor
Sara Kramer
  Key Makeup Artist
Louis Delavenne
  Aerial Coordinator
Chloe Reynolds
  Set Costumer
Sue Chipperton
  Animal Coordinator
Peter Graf
  Aerial Camera Technician
Ralph Malani
  Hairstylist
Eddie Gomez
  Set Costumer
Steven Blizzard
  Drone Pilot
Ryō Murakawa
  Key Hair Stylist
Melody Koerber
  Key Costumer
Bogdan Iofciulescu
  Techno Crane Operator
Anton Agerbo
  Visual Effects Producer
Peter Ayriss
  Drone Pilot
Danielle Millington-Peck
  Visual Effects Editor
Marc Bitz
  Assistant Art Director
Courtney McClain
  Assistant Costume Designer
Liz Oliver
  Ager/Dyer
C.J. Burbage
  Senior Animator
Axel Akesson
  CG Supervisor
Matt Perrin
  Pre-Visualization Supervisor
Jennie Murphy
  Art Department Coordinator
Kathryn Brillhart
  Visual Effects Production Manager
Dani Rose
  Drone Pilot
Charlotte Malynn
  Art Direction
Charlotte Malynn
  Assistant Art Director
Yu Ying Chien
  Visual Effects Editor
Dan Jones
  Best Boy Electric
Paige Chaytor
  Production Supervisor
Charlie Wyldeck-Flowers
  Key Grip
Jakris Smittant
  Visual Effects Production Manager
Jason Selsor
  Rigging Grip
Neil Ashton
  Electrician
Caleb Choo
  Matchmove Supervisor
Mark Fitzgerald
  Additional Editor
Dan Godar
  Aerial Camera
Eric Moliner
  Creature Technical Director
Nelson Dsouza
  Visual Effects Production Manager
Chris Milani
  Lighting Technician
Sianoosh Nasiriziba
  Senior Animator
Michael Brazelton
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Baptiste Chauveau
  Matte Painter
Pawl Fulker
  Pre-Visualization Supervisor
Josh Sykes
  Visual Effects Producer
Tom Hornsby
  Costume Supervisor
Mike King
  Electrician
Bryan Ryan
  Visual Effects Production Manager
Lloyd Dudley
  Sound Mixer
Maria Friesen
  3D Editor
David McMillan
  Lighting Technician
Negoita Mihai
  Libra Head Technician
Paul Sinnott
  Wardrobe Assistant
Mario Spanna
  Libra Head Technician
Matthias Winkler
  CG Supervisor
Damien di Toro
  Visual Effects Editor
Sullivan Richard
  Matte Painter
Erica Kim
  Lighting Technician
Hanny Tjan
  Makeup Artist
Tom Wade
  Camera Operator
King Louie Palomo
  Visual Effects Production Assistant
Makoto Koyama
  Senior Animator
Joel Christopher
  Set Costumer
Felicity Goldsworthy
  Principal Costumer
Warren Hickman
  Visual Effects Editor
Peter Lasrado
  CG Supervisor
Jamie Hess
  Makeup Artist
Georgette Sweet
  Hairstylist
Benjamin Last
  Concept Artist
Gemma Hoff
  Makeup Artist
Jordann Aguon
  Makeup Artist
Julia Strack
  Compositing Supervisor
Josh Milne
  Libra Head Technician
Lara Licari
  Makeup Artist


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As bad as the trailer was fun
By Jack Anderson on October 16, 2019
 2

I must admit that I liked the trailer of Hobbs & Shaw. Here, I sait it. I did not see the film in theater (I'm not dumb either) and simply watched it when it got released on Bluray.
The first 30 minutes are truly boring and not interesting one bit. Basically, the characters are ironic the entire time and the story is as boring as it can get.

Big guns, big cars, big muscles, but very little ideas. Since ten years or so, action films feel obligated to go beyond the laws of gravity. And the bigger those movies become, the more boring they are. I am way more impressed with Charlie Chaplin jumping one meter into an empty lake than watching Hobbs & Shaw running down a London building. The action scenes are entirely ridiculous. Really horrible.

Oh, and Idris Alba is too annoying to even mention.

And if you have the energy and self-discipline to watch this movie in its entirety, I strongly recommend to take a look at the battle scene from 1 hour 43 minutes into the movie. There is a fight scene that starts at night and ends in the middle of the day. In literally thirty seconds, we go from pitch black to mid day. Just awful.

SUMMARY
I give the film 2 out of 10. Very bad.


SWITCH.

By this point in the franchise, ‘Fast & Furious’ fans will know exactly what to expect from ‘Hobbs and Shaw’, and there’s just enough here that's fresh enough to warrant taking another ride with the series.
- Ashley Teresa

Read Ashley's full article...
https://www.maketheswitch.com.au/article/review-fast-and-furious-hobbs-and-shaw-very-furious-not-so-fast


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Here’s the thing about the Fast & Furious franchise: it can be dumb fun. Every movie has the right to be entertaining even if it completely disregards physics and logic… As long as it establishes its tone from the start. You can’t make an action film where the main characters survive basically everything they shouldn’t and take everything seriously. It’s not that you can’t have that mix of tones (Furious 7 did it brilliantly), but that’s reserved for some of the best movies of the year since it’s not easy (at all) to balance so many different things. Hobbs & Shaw sets its tone in the first 10 minutes, and everyone knows what they’re getting themselves into. However, it didn’t quite work for me this time…

The Fast & Furious saga is an undeniable success, even more in my country where it constantly breaks box-office records. It possesses everything a popcorn blockbuster should have: tons of action (car chases, explosions, fights, shootouts), easy-to-follow plot, and simple character development. There’s no problem in leaving your brain at the entrance of the theater for a couple of hours and just have fun. Of course, Hobbs & Shaw is ridiculous. It’s completely absurd, it has no sense of logic, and it’s unbelievable how many physics-defying sequences occur. But that’s exactly what they establish in those first few minutes, so people just need to sit comfortably and eat that whole bag of popcorn while watching the most ludicrous action on-screen.

So, if the tone is well-balanced, why didn’t I enjoy it as much as the rest? People seem to be having tremendous fun (even critics who usually demolish this type of films are liking it), so I guess I’m in the minority here, but I just found the action pretty underwhelming, and the comedy was way off for me. Granted, there are huge set pieces, and there are a couple of great action scenes, especially a motorbike-car chase between Brixton, Hobbs, and Shaw. True, there are a couple of laughs that I couldn’t contain due to how amazing Statham and Johnson’s chemistry is. Nevertheless, overall, I just don’t think it’s enough.

First of all, my main issue with the story: Brixton. Idris Elba is incredible as always, and I really want him to be the next James Bond. However, his character is so poorly written and so horribly explored that I wonder why they made him an enhanced machine with superpowers. Literally, there’s no difference between him and the other two main characters, which ultimately destroys the “superhero” vibe Elba should have. That’s the problem with having such an absurd movie: if your “heroes” are undefeatable due to their enormous plot armor, how is your “superpowered villain” different than them? If an explosion goes off with the three of them close, why do Hobbs and Shaw survive in the same way Brixton does? How does a punch from a “black Superman” has the same impact as a punch from the other two?

Then, the comedy. It’s not like I disliked Statham and Johnson bantering for five straight minutes in three different scenes. It’s just too long, and not all of the jokes land. The film itself is way too long, just over two hours. If I didn’t know about the whole Samoa sequence from occasionally seeing it on a TV spot, I would have believed the movie was about to end when it started its third act. It feels like it’s going to end, but then there’s a whole other massive action set piece to show off. For the first time in a long, long time, I almost fell asleep during the transition from the second-to-last to the last action moment. The action is also very disappointing having in mind David Leitch is directing. Too many quick cuts, and way too choppy.

Finally, there’s an attempt at the start of a romance that I won’t spoil, but … It’s not like it’s forced because it actually isn’t. It follows a logical path, characters don’t say stupid stuff to each other, and it was surprisingly being a good way of stopping to breathe and relax away from all the action. However, as the film reaches its conclusion, they ditch it altogether and never address it anymore. There’s even a line similar to “I’ll let you have a kiss tomorrow if we’re still alive”, but they never go there again. It’s like it never happened… Why? The only thing that was truly being logical and emotionally compelling is completely ignored by the end. That’s disappointing.

I don’t want to be too harsh on the movie because I do understand how entertaining and fun it might be. I’m sure audiences will love it, and fans of the franchise will love it even more. The chemistry of the cast is palpable, and everyone is terrific. Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham are awesome as the action superstars, and they’re definitely the main source of entertainment. Vanessa Kirby is also pretty great, and I have to commend the film for keeping two spectacular cameos under wraps. You won’t believe who’s in this movie as well. There are still a couple of cool action sequences, and I did laugh more than a couple of times, so I guess it isn’t as bad as this review might transmit.

I know I’m in the minority, so I recommend all of you to go watch it and judge it for yourselves. If you enjoy absurdity, ridiculousness, and over-the-top action, as well as cheesy comedy, Hobbs & Shaw might be perfect for you. It didn’t really work for me, though. The comedy was not as good as I expected, the action is not that captivating, and Brixton is such a horribly written and unexplored character, that I kept feeling frustrated every time an action sequence ended. Go for the huge set pieces and the dumb fun, stay for the amazing cast’s chemistry.
PS: if you haven’t watched Game Of Thrones by now, heavy spoilers in this film. You’ve been warned.

Rating: C


JPV852

I generally really enjoy the Fast and Furious movies and was looking forward to this spin-off, especially being directed by David Leitch, but nothing in this stood out action/stunts-wise and the chemistry between Johnson/Statham/Kirby was lackluster, including the quasi-budding romance with Johnson and Kirby. A lot of this film felt forced and going in the science fiction realm just felt wrong. Sure, it's got the dumb elements F&F is known for, but very little of this was fun. **2.75/5**


Gimly

Yeah, sure, fuck it, why not, hey? I mean the _Fast & Furious_ franchise was already dipping into some sci-fi elements, why not just whole-hog dive into it for your spinoff? Dumb as dogshit, but might genuinely be the best thing _Fast & Furious_ has ever produced. Has cars in it, but stops bothering to try and pretend racing them is actually important to the story.

_Final rating:★★½ - Had a lot that appealed to me, didn’t quite work as a whole._



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