Repo Men (2010)

R   |    |  Action, Adventure, Crime

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Set in the near future when artificial organs can be bought on credit, it revolves around a man who struggles to make the payments on a heart he has purchased. He must therefore go on the run before said ticker is repossessed.




  • Alice Braga in Repo Men (2010)
  • Jude Law in Repo Men (2010)
  • Jude Law and Forest Whitaker in Repo Men (2010)
  • Jude Law and Alice Braga in Repo Men (2010)
  • Jude Law in Repo Men (2010)
  • Jude Law in Repo Men (2010)

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11 July 2010 | paul_haakonsen
| Interesting
Well, if you have watched the musical "REPO", then you definitely want to sink your teeth in to "Repo Men", as they are right up the same alley. Of course, one being a musical and one being a movie, but still, they are basically about the same thing.

The story of "Repo Men" is straight forward and easy to follow. If you can't pay your bills on your implants, they will be reclaimed by The Union, and here comes the repo men into play. (Just like in the musical "REPO").

There is a steady stream of constant action and thrills throughout this movie, so you are never left bored. And the ending, well that I didn't see coming, that was a really nice touch! I am not spoiling it by saying how it ends, but trust me, it is nice.

The actors in the movie was quite nicely cast. Especially Whitaker and Law play very well opposite one another, they support each other well and the chemistry works quite good.

The effects throughout the movie was nice as well. Do not expect to see a myriad of CGI effects to dazzle even a blind guy! But this movie doesn't really need all that fancy CGI, it does very well with ordinary effects and gimmicks. The scenes and settings were nice, showing a somewhat bleak and lifeless future.

In overall, this is a rather nice movie, but in my opinion, it is not the type of movie that you will watch again once watched. It just doesn't have that quality to it. But still, it is one heck of a movie.

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