Considering that we are in the midst of a pandemic, going to a movie theatre seems like the least like thing to do.
Hundreds of people packed into a small space for a few hours, just the sort of environment the Coronavirus loves.
Well, we may have zero cases and zero local transmission, ans the theatres can open, theses just a few details first.
Social distancing means areas of seating are blocked of so you and your partner are like sitting on an island. So limited seating. Social distancing in all queues, rubber gloves and masks on all attendants, and hand sanitiser at the door, in passageways and in theatres.
But despite the fact there are no blockbusters coming out, there a few interesting films about, one of which was ‘Honest Thief’
It has Liam Neeson in it so how bad could it be?
Actually for starters there were four of us watching the movie in what we designated Gold Class, very comfortable recliner seats and waiter service. And by the way the food cost more than the movie tickets
But back to the movie. Like I said, i came expecting a kick ass movie and that’s just what I got.
The premise is a man who returns from the war, used to being in high risk situations not knowing if the next day is your last, finds he doesn’t fit in, so as all similar people do, you rob banks, and very successfully.
Until you fall in love
Of course you may, by the end of it decide that being in love is not all that it’s cracked up to be, but it’s certainly a good reason to stop.
Until things get serious and you want to fess up.
The bad guys, well they’re bad, and the one man wrecking ball, well, he does what Liam Neeson does best. Think Taken and take it from there.
I always take notice of the others in the film, and was a welcome sight to see the actor who made Michael Weston in Burn Notice famous, playing such a different role. Loved the dog, too. Then there was the bad Terminator guy who just seems to get older, and now playing what might be called character roles. The love interest I didn’t recognise, but later discovered was Kate Walsh, who, I think, once graced Grey’s Anatomy.
As for everyone else, I didn’t recognise them, but no doubt they’ll turn up on TV soon enough.
For me, any Liam Neeson kick ass film gets five stars, and a pity perhaps that it will not get a chance to be seen by more people.
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OMG. I loved Burn Notice.
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