An accomplished headhunter risks everything to obtain a valuable painting owned by a former mercenary.
Directed by Morten Tyldum
Initial Review by Phil Crone
Seeing “Ant-Man” last summer reminded me how much I love a good heist movie. The meticulous planning, the big score, the “everything fell perfectly into place” aspect… I love it all. When researching other great Heist movies, “Headhunters” continuously popped up, so I had to give it a shot. Headhunters does an excellent job of hitting all the marks of a good heist movie while also adding a deeper spin on the motivations of its protagonist.
A Clockwork Orange is one of my favorite movies of all time. I sort of wish I hadn't selected it, as I prefer to simply watch it than to write about it. But, I really do think it's a film that any movie enthusiast should experience at least once.
I love the opening shot... just Alex with the menacing stare, with his three droogies and some Milk... laced with something or other to sharpen them up for a bit of the ultra-violence. It draws you in as the camera pans out.
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