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A biztonság záloga

A biztonság záloga
A biztonság záloga Rating: 55 out of 100 based on 18 reviews.
Szereposztás
Jason Statham

Luke Wright
Chris Sarandon

Mayor Tremello
Robert John Burke

Captain Wolf
James Hong

Han Jiao
Anson Mount

Alex Rosen
Sándor Técsy

Emile Docheski
Joseph Sikora

Vassily Docheski
Igor Jijikine

Chemyakin
Reggie Lee

Quan Chang
James Colby

Detective Mears
Matt O'Toole

Detective Lasky
Jack Gwaltney

Detective Reddick
Barry Bradford

Detective Benoit
Jay Giannone

Detective Kolfax
Termelés
Director:Boaz Yakin
Producer:Lawrence Bender (producer)
Dana Brunetti (producer)
Stuart Ford (executive producer)
Brian Kavanaugh-Jones (executive producer)
Kevin Spacey (executive producer)
John R. Woodward (associate producer)
Joseph Zolfo (co-producer)
Deepak Nayar (executive producer)
Writer:Boaz Yakin (written by)
Értékelései A biztonság záloga
Entertainment Weekly
Jason Statham, with his beady-eyed, I'll-die-harder-than-Bruce-Willis magnetism, has spent his career walking the line between being an accomplished A-list actor and a pitiless B-movie ruffian. Safe, his latest, is a perfect distillation of that...
Cole Smithey
Statham’s two-note acting range has matured, if only ever so slightly. He almost manages to express a hint of emotion when its called for. The ageless British actor plays Luke Wright, an ex-cop and mixed martial arts cage fighter at the end of his rope.
iHaveNet.com
His Awesomeness, Jason Statham, has let it be known that he chooses his films based on the fight choreographer the producers hire. Often as not, that blows up in his face. Why else would the Human Bullet from Britain end up in dogs such as "War,"...
Screen Rant
In Safe, Jason Statham stars as Luke Wright, a former NYPD cop turned cage fighter, whose world is shattered when a Russian mob kills his family and places him under (a very strange) mandate of living exile: the mob will watch Wright’s every step...
Reel Film Reviews
The latest in a long line of generic Jason Statham thrillers, Safe follows special-agent-turned-fighter Luke Wright (Statham) as he impulsively saves the life of a little girl (Catherine Chan's Mei) and subsequently finds himself drawn into a bloody...
Értékelései A biztonság záloga
Entertainment Weekly
Jason Statham, with his beady-eyed, I'll-die-harder-than-Bruce-Willis magnetism, has spent his career walking the line between being an accomplished A-list actor and a pitiless B-movie ruffian. Safe, his latest, is a perfect distillation of that...
Cole Smithey
Statham’s two-note acting range has matured, if only ever so slightly. He almost manages to express a hint of emotion when its called for. The ageless British actor plays Luke Wright, an ex-cop and mixed martial arts cage fighter at the end of his rope.
iHaveNet.com
His Awesomeness, Jason Statham, has let it be known that he chooses his films based on the fight choreographer the producers hire. Often as not, that blows up in his face. Why else would the Human Bullet from Britain end up in dogs such as "War,"...
Screen Rant
In Safe, Jason Statham stars as Luke Wright, a former NYPD cop turned cage fighter, whose world is shattered when a Russian mob kills his family and places him under (a very strange) mandate of living exile: the mob will watch Wright’s every step...
Reel Film Reviews
The latest in a long line of generic Jason Statham thrillers, Safe follows special-agent-turned-fighter Luke Wright (Statham) as he impulsively saves the life of a little girl (Catherine Chan's Mei) and subsequently finds himself drawn into a bloody...
Movie Web
I sometimes ask myself why I get a bit irritated to see Statham revolve around the same types of movies since his first Transporter movie. Took a while to convince myself that no matter what, the man entertains the hell out of me. I take back what I said.
New York Post
‘Safe,” the new actioner starring the foot-flying force known as Jason Statham, can’t be called a distinguished film, unless you consider “12-year-old Chinese math genius” an inspired plot point. On the other hand, taken on its own genre-adhering...
Sacramento News & Review
A former cage fighter and sudden widower (Jason Statham) fends off battalions of corrupt New York cops and thugs both Russian and Chinese just to protect a little girl (Catherine Chan) who’s memorized a valuable code. Boring us with superfluous setup...
RedEye
Considering he always does a competent, virtually identical combination of transporting and ass-kicking, Jason Statham never deserves blame for movies that routinely function as well as a construction crew that works blindfolded. Nor does the action...
Screen Jabber
You don’t sit down to watch a Statham film expecting a taut, dialogue-heavy, cerebral drama. You certainly have a reasonable idea of what to expect: violence, one liners, a probable bi-lingual bloodfest and The Stath in all his glory.
Climbing Higher Pictures
Oof. Having reviewed the last Jason Statham vehicle, The Mechanic, I was pretty sure I knew what I was in for with Safe, not to be confused with the Ryan Reynolds and Denzel Washington film Safe House. Safe, for its part, isn’t nearly as good a movie...
Filmcritic.com
Jason Statham is no longer an actor. He's a brand, a beefed up icon of steely action who tends to rise above the ridiculous scripts he agrees on to become a buff human adrenal gland. He's the Hulk minus the massive roid rage outbursts, a model made...
IGN
When it comes to Jason Statham movies, you generally know what you're in for: a few gunfights, some fisticuffs and a handful of gruff, cheesy one-liners. And to say that Lionsgate's Safe is any different would be an utter fallacy.
The A.V. Club
“You’re a crazy man, but not so stupid,” says the kidnapped Chinese savant (Catherine Chen) tucked under Jason Statham’s meaty wing in Boaz Yakin’s Safe. She’s a numbers whiz with an eidetic memory to boot, reliable enough for a Triad boss to use her...
Birmingham Mail
HOLLYWOOD’S Mr Stubble misfired twice last year – first in the unwarranted remake of The Mechanic and then in the ill-fated decision to star in The Killer Elite alongside Clive Owen and Robert De Niro.
Flicks.co.nz
There’s a weirdly wondrous moment at the beginning of Safe that’s probably one of the best visual approximations of 'squeezing blood from a stone' I can think of: Jason Statham, on his knees, crushed by the brutal murder of his wife and surrounded...
Shadows on the Wall
Safe Like a bullet to the head, this movie has no time for subtlety, charging through a series of violent shootouts that are strung together into one cacophonous, chaotic chase. It finally finds some humour in the final act, but by then it's too...
MovieXclusive.com
One does not walk into a Jason Statham movie expecting Shakespeare. Or even Woody Allen, for that matter. One walks into a Jason Statham movie expecting non stop wham bham action, and nothing more. After all, this is the man who heightened your...
Szereposztás
Jason Statham...Luke Wright
Catherine Chan...Mei
Chris Sarandon...Mayor Tremello
Robert John Burke...Captain Wolf
James Hong...Han Jiao
Anson Mount...Alex Rosen
Sándor Técsy...Emile Docheski
Joseph Sikora...Vassily Docheski
Igor Jijikine...Chemyakin
Reggie Lee...Quan Chang
James Colby...Detective Mears
Matt O'Toole...Detective Lasky
Jack Gwaltney...Detective Reddick
Barry Bradford...Detective Benoit
Jay Giannone...Detective Kolfax
Danni Lang...Ling
Danny Hoch...Julius Barkow
Victor Pagan...Wild-Eyed Man
Brian Anthony Wilson...Shelter Security 2
Oksana Lada...Mamoschka's Hostess
John Cenatiempo...Russian Gangster
Daoud Heidami...Taxi Driver
Kate Rogal...Hooker
Jennifer Skyler...Hotel Receptionist
Lyman Chen...Principal
Stephen Oyoung...Triad Laptop Soldier
Suzanne Savoy...Furious Woman
John Wooten...Shelter Security 1
Marvina Vinique...Sales Girl
Tony Cheng...Disco Triad
Ben Sinclair...Angry Man
Laurence Covington...Irate Homeless Man
Matt Dellapina...Uniformed Cop
Howie Brown...Mayor's Aide
James Tolbert III...Crazy Guy
Julian Marzal...Lieutenant Teague
Kathy Anne Zhang...Kake (as Kathy Ann Zhang)
Byron Zheng...Feng
Nicolas Martí Salgado...Teenager
Dan McCabe...Young Homeless Man
Henry Kwan...Korean Grocer
Dmitriy Kojevnikov...Mamoschka's Chef
Al Kao...Asian Patrolman
Dan Shea...Police Tech
George B. Colucci Jr....Middle-Aged Man (as George Colucci)
Oleg Ivanov...Russian Mobster
Zun Lin...Triad with Duffel
Alexander Kogan...Russian Singer
Scott Nicholson...Sergeant Mackelvane
Tim Carr...Young Aide
Robert Bizik...Hostage (uncredited)
Ann-Marie Jordan...Hostage (uncredited)
John Jillard Sr....ESU Police Officer (uncredited)
John Mitchell...Taxi Driver (uncredited)
Shing Ka...Triad Guard (uncredited)
Cindy Engle...Hostage (uncredited)
Gilbert Soto...Police Officer (uncredited)
Chris Clemens...Mayor's Security Agent (uncredited)
Nicole Lee...Pedestrian (uncredited)
Kelvin Whui...Triad Gang (uncredited)
Gary Beck...Press photographer (uncredited)
Tom Delconte...Hotel Guest (uncredited)
Jian...Triad Guard #1 (uncredited)
William James Kelly...Hostage (uncredited)
Michael J. Kraycik...Russian Cook (uncredited)
Will Souders...NYC Pedestrian (uncredited)
Aleksandra Svetlichnaya...Fight Observer (uncredited)
Chuck Pressler...Police Officer (uncredited)
David Kneeream...Man on Street (uncredited)
Shawn Gonzalez...Busboy (uncredited)
Erica Lynne Marszalek...Hotel Guest (uncredited)
Joseph Queroli...Brother at Hospital (uncredited)
Termelés
Director:Boaz Yakin
Producer:Lawrence Bender (producer)
Dana Brunetti (producer)
Stuart Ford (executive producer)
Brian Kavanaugh-Jones (executive producer)
Kevin Spacey (executive producer)
John R. Woodward (associate producer)
Joseph Zolfo (co-producer)
Deepak Nayar (executive producer)
Writer:Boaz Yakin (written by)
Composer:Mark Mothersbaugh
Cinematographer:Stefan Czapsky (director of photography)
Editing:Frédéric Thoraval
Casting:Douglas Aibel
Production Design:Joseph C. Nemec III
Art Director:Jesse Rosenthal
Set Decorator:Bryony Foster
Costume Design:Ann Roth
Michelle Matland (co-costume designer)
Makeup:Diane Dixon (key hair stylist)
Joseph Farulla (makeup department head)
Christine Fennell (key hair stylist: New York)
Diane Heller (key makeup artist)
Jeremy Selenfriend (makeup artist (uncredited)
Jerry Popolis (hair department head)
Karen Reuter Fabbo (key makeup artist: New York)
Production Management:Mark Kamine (unit production manager)
Jamey Pryde (post-production supervisor)
Joseph Zolfo (unit production manager)
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