Havoc (2005)

R   |    |  Crime, Drama

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Two affluent suburban girls clash with the Latino gang culture of East Los Angeles.




  • Anne Hathaway in Havoc (2005)
  • Anne Hathaway in Havoc (2005)
  • Anne Hathaway in Havoc (2005)
  • Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Channing Tatum in Havoc (2005)
  • Anne Hathaway in Havoc (2005)
  • Anne Hathaway and Bijou Phillips in Havoc (2005)

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29 November 2005 | CovinS
| much like "Closer"
The film "Closer" (2004) was never meant to be liked, just revealing. I felt the same vibe resonate throughout the eighty-six minutes of Havoc. It's not at all meant to be a film you'll necessarily respect, favor, prefer, or like--the film is simply meant to show you the stupidity of the rap/gang culture. The emptiness, the lack of emotion and integrity that is showcased throughout the generation. A previous review stated that all the actors were terrible in this film, that there was no plot, and virtually nothing in the movie in the first place. I agree to an extent; there is no plot in the lifestyle, no purpose. However, I believe the actors actually gave surprising performances, Joseph Gordon-Lewitt the most convincing; I didn't even recognize him for a moment. The filming was well done with a few gag-me exceptions; most angles were appropriate for the scenes (though the sexual situations *definitely* could have used a little more imagination).

Overall, there could have been more to the film than what we're left with. This could be attributed to the death of the original screenwriter in 2003, or it could be the director's execution. However, I still stand by my opinion that it's worth watching, but that you probably won't desire to see it again.

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