Am Freitag ist “Mute” auf Netflix gestartet. Der Film zeigt Berlin 40 Jahre in der Zukunft. Eine beängstigende Version der Stadt und ein abgefahrener Trip durchs. The film is produced by Stuart Fenegan. Charles J.D. Schissel and Trevor Beattie are executive producers. Mute will be released on Netflix in February Mute bekommt nach seiner Premiere bei Netflix brutales Feedback von Kritikern und Zuschauern. Hier seht ihr eine Auswahl der wütenden und.
Mute - Warum der Netflix-Film besser als sein Ruf isteine verschwundene Frau mit blauem Haar: Regisseur Duncan Jones hastet in der Netflix-Produktion "Mute" durch ein futuristisches Berlin. Am Freitag ist “Mute” auf Netflix gestartet. Der Film zeigt Berlin 40 Jahre in der Zukunft. Eine beängstigende Version der Stadt und ein abgefahrener Trip durchs. The film is produced by Stuart Fenegan. Charles J.D. Schissel and Trevor Beattie are executive producers. Mute will be released on Netflix in February
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Der Film wurde am Februar in das Angebot von Netflix aufgenommen. Der Film Mute erhielt negative Reaktionen. Die Internetseite Rotten Tomatoes zählt 85 professionelle Kritiken auf, von denen lediglich 21 Prozent positiv sind.
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Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Levi Eisenblätter Young Leo Rosie Shaw Young Sybille Eugen Bauder Young Man Livia Matthes Young Woman 1 Jarah Maria Anders Young Woman 2 Caroline Peters Leo's Mother Laura de Boer Leo Seyneb Saleh Naadirah Robert Sheehan Luba Paul Rudd Cactus Bill Daniel Fathers Robert Kloskowski Nikki Lamborn Leo meets with Simsek, who is babysitting Josie.
Leo befriends Josie and leaves the money from Oswald and a note incriminating Simsek in front of Maksim's henchmen.
After tracking down Naadirah's address, Leo discovers Luba instead. Luba admits that he and Naadirah have been working as prostitutes to earn the money she so desperately needs.
Luba also expresses anger at Naadirah having loved Leo instead of himself. Tracking down Naadirah's mother, Leo learns Naadirah is Josie's mother and realizes Bill is responsible for Naadirah's disappearance.
After Bill and Duck torture Simsek on Maksim's orders, Bill discovers pictures of naked children on Duck's computer.
Bill threatens to break Duck's arms if he ever touches a child, but Bill becomes elated when Maksim reports he has the forged documents ready.
Bill takes Duck out on the town in celebration, offering his house to Duck. It is during this time that Duck casually reveals that he was the one who had been anonymously texting Leo, as a way to vent his frustrations with Bill.
A security guard stops them for a casual theft, and Bill threatens to kill the guard. When Duck intervenes, Bill strikes him.
Upset by this treatment, Duck texts Bill's destination to Leo. Leo takes a support beam from the bed he made, uses it to beat up Maksim and his henchmen, and then takes Bill's forged documents.
In Bill's house, Leo finds a badly wounded Simsek and Naadirah's asphyxiated corpse in a bag, murdered by Bill.
After killing Simsek, Bill attacks Leo, only to have Leo impale Bill on his own knife. Duck arrives at Bill's house, refuses to take Bill to a hospital, and instead, turns the surveillance camera installed in Josie's room towards Bill's face, so he will see what Duck will do with Josie, taunting him with the idea of his plans of the future molestation of his daughter.
Duck knocks out Leo and implants an electrolarynx so he can hear Leo apologize for killing Bill. When Leo refuses, Duck takes him to the bridge in the one photo Leo has of Naadirah.
Leo still refuses to apologize, takes a deep breath and throws them both into the water. February 26, Full Review…. April 18, Full Review…. July 27, Full Review….
View All Critic Reviews Sep 11, Oh this is like Blade Runner but Blade Runner was better so that means this is bad". Gimly M Super Reviewer.
Mar 20, This is a very visually interesting film but that is about the only positive thing I can say about this messy film.
Jones has failed to deliver an interesting world building follow up to his debut film Moon. The biggest issue I had was with the characters, not one of them had any true complexity and you couldn't relate to any of their motivations.
Rudd is the standout, in a rare villainous role and the layers his characters has are rather unexplored. The storyline is genuine mess of conflicting ideas, I fear Netflix bought into the concept without learning of the true nature of the script.
Netflix are starting to produce or purchase a lot of films that are not critically acclaimed. This film has a few glimpses of the previous film Moon and they are more interesting then this entire film, I would much rather be watching a true sequel to Moon.
This film attempts to be like Brazil with the quirky characters and world but sadly it fails on all fronts. I can only hope Jones can bounce back from this film and deliver something along the lines of Source Code or Moon.
Brendan N Super Reviewer. Mar 05, Science fiction films are always tricky to pull off, but if you have a good story on your hands, everything weak could possibly fade away.
That being said, one of Netflix's most recent releases in Mute is an example of a film with a great setting, great premise, and great characters, that still manages to fall flat on its face.
I was looking forward to this movie since I first heard the logline a few months ago, and seeing that Duncan Jones was at the helm as director only excited me more.
There are aspects of this film to admire and praise once the credits roll, but the overall execution and where the story ends up was very messy.
Here's why I think you should completely avoid this movie, unless you're just looking to get a kick out of a visual world, regardless of quality.
After an accident when he was a kid, Leo was left without a voice. Now a bartender with a girlfriend, he's faced with incredible odds when she goes missing.
Determined to find her, he goes up against the city's gangsters and worst criminals. That premise alone is what got me hooked and wanting to watch this film on day one of release.
That being said, the way this film plays out is one of the most disappointing viewings I've had in quite some time.
Picture a film like Blade Runner setting up the amazing world that it does, but not really having a compelling story or anything really to say to its audience.
That's how I felt when watching Mute. When a movie sets up a premise, it's pretty fair that audiences should be expecting for the movie to deliver on its payoff.
Mute doesn't exactly accomplish that because it relies too much on the side characters and derails itself from its core storyline.
I found myself wondering why so much focus was being put on Paul Rudd's portrayal of Cactus and Justin Theroux's Duck.
Sadly, I think this is the best performance he's ever given, which is a huge shame, due to the fact that this movie doesn't do it justice in any way.
Aside from the way this movie plays out, there are a few things to commend here. In terms of setting up this world, I thought director Duncan Jones did a great job.
There are some pretty memorable sequences sprinkled throughout Mute and even some of the visuals are decent, but it still doesn't amount to much when many of these aspects are also negatives.
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