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Thursday, September 17, 2009

Mesrine: Killer Instinct - L'Instinct De Mort and Mesrine: Public Enemy Number One - L'Ennemi Public No 1

Alors – here’s your chance to spend more than four hours in the company of possibly the most dangerous Frenchman ever…

Mesrine: Killer Instinct - L'Instinct De Mort (15)


Mesrine: Public Enemy Number One - L'Ennemi Public No 1 (15)

Dir. Jean-François Richet, who made the Assault on Precinct 13 remake.

Reviewed by Matt ‘le Roast Beef’ Adcock

ONE WORD SUMMATION: legloriousbastard

Zut mon frère, Il y a un ‘two-part crim-em-up’ bio of France's public enemy number un.

Vincent Cassel steps into the large shoes of Jacques Mesrine, the craziest French crimelord you may never have ever heard of… In Mesrine: Killer Instinct we get to see this bad boy’s rise to prominence as he wheels, deals and blows people away in a bid to impress local crime boss Guido (Gérard Depardieu). Then in Public Enemy Number One we find Mesrine (still Cassel) we get to see the gangster grow too big for his boots, believing his own press and getting complacent in the arms of his hottie girlfriend (Ludivine ‘Swimming Pool’ Sagnier).

Jacques Mesrine was a crazy son of a gun who loved himself and wouldn’t let anything stand in his way… Richet directs at a leisurely pace but packs in lots of action – especially in Killer Instinct which cranks up the violent mayhem to the point that it’s easy to forget that most of it is based in fact. Not content with breaking out of maximum security jails, Mesrine is insane enough to try and break back in and rescue his pals…

Once you’ve invested in part one though, you’ll have to come back for part two, Mesrine: Public Enemy… The second film delves deeper into the man’s obsession with his own achievements. You know it’ll end badly for the charismatic froggy baddie but it’s a compelling ride all the way to the blood soaked finale.

Both films are worth your time – I rate em:

Mesrine: Killer Instinct

Darkmatters final rating of: öööööööö (8 – a joyride of criminal destruction)

Mesrine: Public Enemy Number One

Darkmatters final rating of: ööööööö (7 – decent end of the road for le gangster)

"Ludivine ‘Swimming Pool’ Sagnier"


Anonymous said...


Perché non potrebbero che essere le “scale di Besicovitch”, che, così sottese dal corpo di Julie nel fotogramma immobile, non fanno che attivare costantemente la funzione y=f -1(x) nella libido del poeta che, allora, più che dei trema da ritagliare e da asportare dall’oggetto a, lo ricopre non per mezzo di palle di un determinato raggio ma vede la dimensione di ricoprimento continuamente espandersi come la dimensione di entropia dalla macchia che è l’ecchimosi sullo zigomo, questo punctm–saigner che evidentemente in rapporto alle scale di Besicovitch fanno espandere obliquamente la ρ-entropia del punctum-saigner a tutto l’insieme frattale del corpo-Sagnier.
E’ questa ρ-entropia del “punctum-ecchimosi” che fa eiaculare il visionatore, il sangue di Saigner che è poi l’insieme ‘S’ in uno spazio metrico, e con un raggio ρ, la dimensione di ricoprimento che è la dimensione di entropia, è come se fosse la liquidità della piscina e quindi di Ludivine a ricoprire S, che è la Sagnier, per mezzo di ecchimosi di raggio uguale a ρ usando il metodo che richiede il minor numero di ecchimosi, N(ρ).
V.S.GAUDIO, da:"Swimming pollis ou Bil_ludivine?", copyright 2008.

Dianabol said...

I like such plots, I will watch it!