After The Sunset Sub Download

After The Sunset Sub Download

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After The Sunset Sub Download

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This film is about a couple of retired jewel thieves and an FBI agent who is destined to catch them. While beginning their retirement, Max Burdett and Lola Cirillo are met by FBI agent Stanley Lloyd, who was made a fool by the thieves after they stole a rare jewel that was handcuffed to his wrist. Believing the thieves aren't really there to retire, he begins to watch them because a Diamond Cruise off the island coast where they are staying has the Napoleon number three diamond on the ship. When questioned, Burdett doesn't seem to know anything about the diamond, but when propositioned by a wealthy tycoon, he cannot refuse to steal it. So Burdett sets off on a plan to steal the diamond, but can he steal it right under Lloyd's nose again?
The story of what happens after a master thief achieves his last big score, when the F.B.I. Agent who promised he'd capture him, is about to do just that.
SPOILERS<br/><br/>Like so much in life, acting history is another of those things it&#39;s impossible to escape from. Actors find themselves still stuck with a role, years after the performance itself. Famously Alec Guinness for example would complain for years up to his death that people only ever remembered him as Darth Vader&#39;s mentor. They would come up to him and say &quot;the force will be with you&quot; when all he ever really wanted was for people to remember him for his earlier, superior works. Most members of the Royal Shakespeare Company will also be remembered for more modern hits. Patrick Stewart will always be the captain of the Starship Enterprise for example, just like Sir Ian McKellen will always be Gandolf the wizard. One role which is perhaps the hardest to shake off however is that of James Bond. Now, with his Bond career apparently over, Pierce Brosnan has fallen into this exact same trap.<br/><br/>Brosnan, in this new film, plays Max Burdett, a long time crook who has just retired from the world of Diamond robbery. Living on a beautiful island with love and partner Lola (Salma Hayek), Max&#39;s past is about to be brought up with the appearance of long term nemesis Agent Lloyd (Woody Harrelson) of the FBI.<br/><br/>For starters, &quot;After The Sunset&quot; is a very entertaining film. The script is clever, the heist is superb, Hayek and Harrelson are absolutely wonderful in their roles. Despite how fun the film is though, it&#39;s ruined by the presence of Pierce Brosnan.<br/><br/>It&#39;s harsh on Brosnan to really condemn him, since he actually does put in a decent performance. The problem though is that in this film, Brosnan&#39;s character is a cool, sophisticated man with an eye for gadgets and a liking for the beautiful woman. In effect, the script writers have simply relocated and renamed Bond onto a tropical island. This in itself is not a bad thing. After four Bond films, Brosnan is a master at this type of role. Therefore for him to simply slot into this new film is easy. Unfortunately it is perhaps too easy. Rather than challenging himself, Brosnan has basically just wheeled out his usual character and made minimal effort. As a result, from the first time the character appears, all the way up until the end, jokes about Bond travel through the mind almost non-stop.<br/><br/>All in all, &quot;After The Sunset&quot; is a good old fashioned crime caper with some funny moments and some great performances. Sadly however Pierce Brosnan in the main role gives his usual Bond performance and never really escapes from that character. If Brosnan ever wants to continue his career, and personally I hope he does, he&#39;s going to have to try harder to get away from that foreboding shadow of James Bond.
This movie should have been more edgy. I expect more out of something with Don Cheadle, but his role was minor. Brosnan did his usual hip spy guy thing with a touch of criminal twist. Selma was looking good as always. Woody Haroldson put on his usual goofy charm, but it was a bit thick at times. What the movie never addressed was the moral implication of stealing these jewels. Is this a victimless crime? It seemed like you ues all kind of tricks and gadgetry to grab the stone, make your getaway, and the money just roles in by the boatload. I mean you can&#39;t just take something like that up to the pawn shop, no? The movie just came off too light and fluffy.
This indirect rehash of "To Catch a Thief" trades Hitchcockian shrewdness for the slickest kinds of Hollywood glitz, gloss, and vulgarity.
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