22 Bullets details
|Formats:||18 DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Josephine Berry, Fani Kolarova, Jean-Pierre Darroussin, Jean Reno, Kad Merad, Denis Braccini, Venantino Venantini, Gabriella Wright, Joséphine Berry, Claude Gensac, Richard Berry, Marina Fois, Dominique Thomas|
|Genres:||Action/Adventure - Crime, Thriller, World Cinema - French|
|Run time:||1 hour 53 minutes|
|Rental release:||31 Jan 2011|
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Well paced gangster filmBy Dungbeetle (503 reviews) from London , 02 Feb 2011
[Highly rated reviewer]french film with subtitles. Rather violent in places but considering the genre not surprising. Jean Reno gives an intense portrayal of a respected gang leader in the war between various factions in Marseilles. Too many villians made it difficult to know who was who, friend or foe, but that was part of the theme. Not as good as Luc Besson's Nikita but worth a look.
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A must-seeBy bedbug (4 reviews) , 30 Apr 2013Jean Reno dominates as the apparently indestructible opera-loving boss who becomes a near-mythical figure in Marseilles. Bloody, thrilling, funny and touching, full of quirky characters and fabulous performances, this is a superb film.
Good frenchBy a customer , 28 Feb 2013very good French film with subtitles. Jean Reno stands out as usual. Is very violent in places but a gret ganster movie.
22 BulletsBy Ricia (153 reviews) , 19 Nov 2012This is a long film but a very good gangster thriller with a great cast. The storyline is gripping with a lot of violent scenes, some people may think too many, but if you are trying to portray the real world of violence in gangster terms then this does the job enough for 'ordinary' people to comprehend and appreciate the precarious situation of villians where there is no real loyalty or protection for life. I would definately recommend this film.
C'est manifique..By papatez (294 reviews) from folkestone , 28 Oct 2012Once in a while, just once in a while, the French cinema comes up with a masterpiece and this is one of them. There's nothing left to say really except that not watching it would leave a massive gap in your cinematic experience.
GOOD FILMBy a customer , 04 Oct 2012Very good.
Yes its violent but no more than anything else nowadays. How someone can say its too violent with films like SAW,and countless others that have no holds barred on the vilence.
Interesting story and didn't get boring