Watch Red Sparrow (2018) full movie online free – If you like violent, what really can represent the real life things, you gonna understand why it’s in this movie. Why people talk negative about sex? It’s not bdsm etc like in 49 shadows of gray, this is RED SPARROW – the whole point of this organization is about sex, spy and manipulation. And you can see a real things what possible was before,may be even now. It’s very realistic movie! I can believe in it, only because of what 10/10. It’s not fantastic, it’s not mission impossible. It’s interesting story as a true as a life of cold war spy!
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Review Red Sparrow (2018) by Kgprophet – Prostitute or Super Spy?
This movie is based on a novel. It can be tough to translate the body of a novel into a movie. 50 Shades of Grey is an example. The book is a spy thriller. The sexual aspect of the tradecraft goes back to “From Russia With Love”. I remember “The Debt”, also dealt with spies falling in love with each other. It was not interesting the same reason I don’t find soap operas interesting. The film version of “Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy” depicted the Soviet Union back in the 1970s as a cold and harsh intelligence agency that would easily kill one of their own if necessary. This film visits the mythical spy school that creates sexual bait to blackmail the enemy in the name of the state. However, you would think the break up of the Soviet Union would have retired that style of cold warfare. Evidently not.
Red Sparrow takes place in present day. The movie indicates that our heroine played by Jennifer Lawrence is merely a puppet to be manipulated by those who want personal gain at her expense. It sounds more like the rampant sex trade that exists in Russia and other nations than a super spy. I figured the extra running time (2 hours and 20 min) had mostly to do with including more of what was in the novel. I think the depiction of the sex school is what will make or break audiences on this film. It feels surreal, like a strange science fiction set (makes me think of Zardoz or other sexually oriented fiction from the early 1970s).
Meanwhile we also follow what is to be the male hero in our story, Joel Edgerton, a CIA agent that may or may not have the machismo to lure a valuable female spy. They are to meet in Budapest, something that the CIA recognises as an attempt to get secret info from Edgerton. There is a moment at this point in the movie where several subplots appear. Lawrence’s roommate in Budapest has a secret plan as another sex spy. The spy ringleader in Budapest has his own agenda. The different members of Russia intelligence have their own agenda. The story bounces between these subplots as Lawrence blows up expectations in order to preserve her life. One question that the audience may wonder about is how come when Lawrence’s loyalty is questioned, her mother isn’t used by the State for leverage. Another is how the pieces of a puzzle that consist of the final plot twist are a little too convenient.
I found myself willing to go into extra innings due to the extra plot twists. Lawrence does well not telegraphing her real intentions. The movie also is put together well, making good use of the locations in Hungary. There are also a couple good shocks in the film, doing well to catch the audience off guard as some of the characters meet their doom.
Review Red Sparrow (2018) by henriquenetto10 – A cold stylish thriller
Red Sparrow is not what it seems to be and that’s actually a good thing. Reunited with director Francis Lawrence, Jennifer Lawrence brings the star power to this cold and rough thriller. This is not an action movie as it has barely any action sequences, but it’s a clever and well thought out political drama. It’s one of those few interesting cases when you can’t quite read the protagonist, and Jennifer proves a wild card here. The chemistry just isn’t there though, it’s hard to buy Lawrence and Edgerton’s romance. And it bothers a bit that all the russian folks are played by americans (it can’t be that hard to find decent russian actors). But make no mistakes, this is a hell of ride, it’s violent, it’s brutal, and it’s nasty bones will creep up on you.
Review Red Sparrow (2018) by walter2-407-597390 – Much, much better than the sporadic “1” reviews indicate
This is the first large picture recently that actually had a challenging and interesting plot, which I enjoyed, especially the ending. I did not find it especially violent compared to many other films, and the nudity hyped in the preview is actually rare and strictly plot related, not gratuitous. This is a harsh film, but that is the subject matter it deals with, and it is well done, not the frivolous treatment espionage usually gets in a shaken not stirred manner.
I liked this film, and found it very entertaining, and it had a story I felt really captured the dangerous and stressful situations in the spy world. Probably not for everyone, but if you want a good edgy thriller, this is it. The cast was very good, everybody brought their best game in my view. Those that trashed the cast have a real credibility problem.
Not perfect, but a lot better than many recent film escapades getting much better reviews, so judge for yourself. If you like a serious thriller, you will enjoy this.
Review Red Sparrow (2018) by Mamiel – A true espionage movie
This is a real espionage movie describing the harsh and difficult life that a spy or an agent live in his/her action in protecting her country’s interests while living a double or triple lives and keeping a clear head for h/her own true life. People who rated this movie less than 7/10 honesty did not understood it or they are very young and expecting an action movie similar to the “Hunger games” A movie worth to be watched again.
Review Red Sparrow (2018) by alexandra-42521 – Very interesting movie with an outstanding performance by Jennifer Lawrence
It is true that Red Sparrow without Jennifer Lawrence would just be half as good. She is the center of the movie and with minimal acting she tells us everything we need to know. It´s just a look into her eyes and you are inside everything she has to experience or endure. In the middle of a truly haunting story which will stay with you for a very long time. And which you´ll want to rewatch to catch all the twists and turns! From the first scene on you are seated in a roller coaster which goes on and on and you don´t know how to leave – but that is all meant in a positive way! You never want to leave it, you want to know what happens next! You experience one hell of a ride and yes it´s violent and there are some sex scenes but it is a movie for grown-up people and they should not have a problem with that. Everything happening in Red Sparrow is for a cause and not violence and explosions with no sense at all. We see this way too often in movies nowadays so this one should be highly appreciated. Alongside Jennifer Lawrence´s wonderful performance there is a really good supporting cast, especially Matthias Schoenaerts as her uncle Vanya. Joel Edgerton, Charlotte Rampling, Jeremy Irons and all the others were fine as well. I loved the wonderful cinematography and the truly brillant score from James Newton Howard. it is definitely one of his best! You have to check this out as well! Francis Lawrence and author Justin Haythe did a great job bringing Jason Matthew´s novel to life for the big screen. It is different from the book in some ways but this is good and the movie really keeps you guessing like the trailer announced. Red Sparrow gives you insight into a world of its own, we are allowed to witness for 2 1/2 hours. You feel like being strangled at moments because there is no choice at all for the leading lady, but in the end you can really understand what being empowered means! It is a spy movie masterpiece! And Dominika is one of the brave, fearless, deep woman characters we need nowadays! I hope for the other books of Jason Matthews to become movies as well since we really need more of this powerful woman character. So go see this movie! It´s excellent!