The Numbers Station evaluation action

2022-03-31 08:01
The Numbers Station is a low-fidelity, high-difficulty thriller. Screenwriter F. Scott Fraser's script is far more interesting than the film itself, a predictable hodgepodge of standard filmmaking by director Kasper Barfoed, with its dimly lit action, And that seriously overworked theme makes the film pretty boring   .
The film is a spy flick with no salient points, revolving around a dull and hazy feel that echoes the claustrophobic cement bunker code station where much of this old story takes place. The film's staged gunfights, bland performances, and use of English countryside landscapes are nothing more than performances in a soulless code station   . The film has a good script, smart actors and an interesting idea. But the film ended up breaking the continuity of the film due to its small budget, unable to connect the dots of the story. Even with some clever touches, it's definitely far-fetched   .
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  • Bethany 2022-04-03 09:01:12

    Why do you suddenly soften your heart? Probably everyone has a critical point. The intelligence worker's non-human existence state, the idea is OK, and the writing is improvised. Brother Bryan Dick is still very cute, and the other group of male agents and female broadcasters is simply better than the male and female protagonists.

  • Kasey 2022-04-02 09:01:16

    This doesn't work. . .

The Numbers Station quotes

  • Max: [Meredith holding a gun on him] You're shaking now. You're getting angry. You're letting your emotions get the better of the situation. The adrenalin, it's really kickin' in. What I know? The reason that I'm not shaking is because this is a choice not dictated by emotion. This is logic - pure, simple. My boy over there is rated fourth in the world in the Glock 30. You now what that means? What's it mean...

    Derne: It means I could shoot you from Texas.

    Max: Now that's of course exaggeration. But the point still stands, he knows what he's doing. He's a professional. And you're... you. You've already dropped the gun, because this is a choice within a very strict set of parameters. Right now you're in control. What you don't want to do is put him in control. Don't give him the choice. That way is death. That way

    [slowly taking the gun from her]

    Max: is the unconditional end of future choice.

    Max: [she whimpering] That's it. Good girl. Oh, I know, I know. It's always a tough lesson to learn. To realize that you don't have the stomach to do what's needed.

  • Grey: I'll get you a prescription for Ativan, it'll stop your conscience bothering ya.

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