The Hurt Locker

Review of: The Hurt Locker

Reviewed by:
Rating:
5
On 11.04.2020
Last modified:11.04.2020

Summary:

Aktiviert hat, wodurch ihre Mutter transmutieren wollten.

The Hurt Locker

The Hurt Locker. Oscar-prämierter US-Thriller von Kathryn Bigelow mit Jeremy Renner und Anthony wheretomakeodds.eu-Film-Bewertung [?]. Kathryn Bigelow schickt Jeremy Renner als Bombenentschärfer mit Nerven aus Drahtseilen in den Irakkrieg. The Hurt Locker war der Oscar-Gewinner Hölle und Alptraum, Adrenalinrausch und Abenteuer? Der Krieg hat viele. Gesichter. Hautnah an den Männern mit dem gefährlichsten Job der Welt zeigt.

The Hurt Locker Inhaltsverzeichnis

Als der Vorgesetzte von JT Sanborn und Owen Eldridge im Einsatz stirbt, bekommt das Bombenräumkommando im Irak einen neuen Anführer: Staff Sergeant William James. Ein Einzelkämpfer, der das Spiel mit dem Tod liebt und sein Team in ein waghalsiges. Tödliches Kommando – The Hurt Locker – Wikipedia. wheretomakeodds.eu - Kaufen Sie Tödliches Kommando - The Hurt Locker günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und. Tödliches Kommando - The Hurt Locker ein Film von Kathryn Bigelow mit Jeremy Renner, Anthony Mackie. Inhaltsangabe: Es scheint, als sei der Krieg im Irak. 41 Userkritiken zum Film Tödliches Kommando - The Hurt Locker von Kathryn Bigelow mit Jeremy Renner, Anthony Mackie, Brian Geraghty - wheretomakeodds.eu Daher kann man nicht, nachdem "The Hurt Locker" den Oscar als bester Film (​und noch fünf weitere Oscars einheimste) gewonnen hat, sagen. The Hurt Locker. Oscar-prämierter US-Thriller von Kathryn Bigelow mit Jeremy Renner und Anthony wheretomakeodds.eu-Film-Bewertung [?].

The Hurt Locker

Vier Tage vor der Oscar-Gala geht der Ärger um den Favoriten 'The Hurt Locker - Tödliches Kommando' weiter. Jetzt hat ein Soldat die Produzenten des Films. wheretomakeodds.eu - Kaufen Sie Tödliches Kommando - The Hurt Locker günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und. Tödliches Kommando - The Hurt Locker ein Film von Kathryn Bigelow mit Jeremy Renner, Anthony Mackie. Inhaltsangabe: Es scheint, als sei der Krieg im Irak.

It's a game-changer, the new American war movie to beat. This is a cut version of a 1,word review.

Looking for some great streaming picks? Check out some of the IMDb editors' favorites movies and shows to round out your Watchlist. Visit our What to Watch page.

Sign In. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. Full Cast and Crew. Release Dates. Official Sites. Company Credits. Technical Specs.

Plot Summary. Plot Keywords. Parents Guide. External Sites. User Reviews. User Ratings. External Reviews.

Metacritic Reviews. Photo Gallery. Trailers and Videos. Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. During the Iraq War, a Sergeant recently assigned to an army bomb squad is put at odds with his squad mates due to his maverick way of handling his work.

Director: Kathryn Bigelow. Writer: Mark Boal. Available on Amazon. Added to Watchlist. From metacritic. Everything Coming to Hulu in October Movies for Plex.

Ralph fiennes. Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Won 6 Oscars. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Jeremy Renner Specialist Owen Eldridge Guy Pearce Sergeant Matt Thompson Ralph Fiennes Contractor Team Leader David Morse Colonel Reed Evangeline Lilly Connie James Christian Camargo Colonel John Cambridge Suhail Dabbach Beckham Nabil Koni Professor Nabil Sam Spruell Contractor Charlie Sam Redford Contractor Jimmy Feisal Sadoun Contractor Feisal Barrie Rice Edit Storyline An intense portrayal of elite soldiers who have one of the most dangerous jobs in the world: disarming bombs in the heat of combat.

Edit Did You Know? Quotes Guard at Liberty Gate : [ after catching James coming back into the camp after having snuck out ] What the fuck are you doing?

Staff Sergeant William James : I was in a whorehouse. Guard at Liberty Gate : All right. If I let you in, will you tell me where it is exactly?

Crazy Credits There are no opening credits, not even a title. Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Report this. Q: Why does Eldridge keep dry-firing his rifle and saying, "He's dead click , he's alive!

Q: Why does Sgt James go back to Iraq? Sanborn and Eldridge consider James' maverick disposal methods and attitude reckless, raising tensions.

When they are assigned to destroy explosives, James returns to the detonation site to pick up his gloves. Sanborn openly contemplates killing him by "accidentally" triggering the explosives, making Eldridge uncomfortable.

Nothing is done, and tensions continue to increase. Returning to Camp Victory in their Humvee , the team encounters five armed men in traditional Arab garb and casual attire standing near a Ford Excursion , which has a flat tire.

James' team has a tense encounter with their leader, who reveals they are private military contractors and British mercenaries. They have captured two prisoners featured on the most-wanted Iraqi playing cards.

The group comes under fire; when the prisoners attempt to escape in the confusion, the leader of the mercenaries shoots them, as they are valuable dead or alive.

Enemy snipers kill three of the mercenaries, including their leader. Sanborn and James borrow a gun to dispatch three attackers, while Eldridge kills a fourth.

During a raid on a warehouse, James discovers a body he believes is Beckham, in which a bomb has been surgically implanted.

During the evacuation, Lieutenant Colonel John Cambridge, the camp's psychiatrist and a friend of Eldridge, is killed in an explosion; Eldridge blames himself for his death.

James breaks into the house of an Iraqi professor, seeking revenge for Beckham, but his search reveals nothing.

Called to a petrol tanker detonation, James decides to hunt for the insurgents responsible, guessing they are still nearby. Sanborn protests, but when James begins a pursuit, he and Eldridge reluctantly follow.

After they split up, insurgents capture Eldridge. James and Sanborn rescue him, but one of James' rounds hits Eldridge in the leg.

The following morning, James is approached by Beckham, whom James believed was dead, and James walks by silently. Before being airlifted for surgery, Eldridge angrily blames James for his injury.

James and Sanborn's unit is called to another mission in their last two days of their rotation. An innocent Iraqi civilian has had a bomb vest strapped to his chest.

James tries to cut off the locks to remove the vest, but there are too many of them. He abandons the man who is then killed when the bomb explodes.

Sanborn is distraught by the man's death. He confesses to James he can no longer cope with the pressure and wants to return home and have a son.

After Bravo Company's rotation ends, James returns to his wife Connie and their infant son, who still lives with him in his house. However, he is bored by routine civilian life.

James confesses to his son there is only one thing he knows he loves. He starts another tour of duty, serving with Delta Company, a U.

Army EOD unit on its day rotation. The small-budget film was independently produced and directed by Kathryn Bigelow , and the screenplay was written by Mark Boal , a freelance writer who was embedded as a journalist in with a U.

Army EOD team in Iraq. The film premiered at the Venice Film Festival in Italy during The film was released in the United States on June 26, but received a more widespread theatrical release on July 24, Since the film was not released in the United States until , it was eligible for the Academy Awards only the following year , where it was nominated for nine Academy Awards.

Although the film had not recovered its budget by the time of the ceremony, [2] it won six Oscars, including Best Picture , Best Director for Bigelow the first woman to win this award , and Best Original Screenplay for Boal.

The Hurt Locker is based on accounts of Mark Boal , a freelance journalist who was embedded with an American bomb squad in the war in Iraq for two weeks in When Boal was embedded with the squad, he accompanied its members 10 to 15 times a day to watch their tasks, and kept in touch with Bigelow via email about his experiences.

He said of the film's goal, "The idea is that it's the first movie about the Iraq War that purports to show the experience of the soldiers.

We wanted to show the kinds of things that soldiers go through that you can't see on CNN, and I don't mean that in a censorship-conspiracy way.

I just mean the news doesn't actually put photographers in with units that are this elite. While working with Boal in on the script, originally titled The Something Jacket, Bigelow began to do some preliminary, rough storyboards to get an idea of the specific location needed.

Bomb disarmament protocol requires a containment area. She wanted to make the film as authentic as possible and "put the audience into the Humvee, into a boots-on-the-ground experience.

For the main characters, Bigelow made a point of casting relatively unknown actors: "it underscored the tension because with the lack of familiarity also comes a sense of unpredictability.

He was taught to use C4 explosives , learned how to render safe improvised explosive devices, and how to wear a bomb suit.

Mackie plays Sergeant J. Describing the experience of filming in Jordan in the summer, he said, "It was so desperately hot, and we were so easily agitated.

But that movie was like doing a play. We really looked out for each other, and it was a great experience. It made me believe in film.

Several hundred thousand refugees of Iraq live in Jordan. Bigelow cast refugees who had theatrical backgrounds, such as Suhail Aldabbach. He plays the innocent man used as a suicide bomber at the film's end.

The film was shot in Jordan , within miles of the Iraqi border, to achieve Bigelow's goal of authenticity. Iraqi refugees were used for extras and the cast worked in the intense heat of the Middle East.

The filmmakers had scouted for locations in Morocco , but director Kathryn Bigelow felt its cities did not resemble Baghdad.

In addition, she wanted to get as close to the war zone as possible. Some of the locations were less than three miles from the Iraq border.

Principal photography began in July in Jordan and Kuwait. Her choice to film in the Kingdom met some resistance.

In discussion, Bigelow found that her cast and crew shared stereotypes of the region from American culture. As Iraq dominated discourse in America and across the world, Bigelow believed that filmmakers would continue to explore the conflict, making Jordan the natural place to film.

According to producer Tony Mark, the blood, sweat and heat captured on-camera in the production was mirrored behind the scenes.

It was just like the onscreen story of three guys who fight with each other, but when the time comes to do the work, they come together to get the job done.

Renner remembered, "I got food bugs. At that point, "people wanted to quit. All the departments were struggling to get their job done, none of them were communicating".

The producer Tony Mark recalled the armorer David Fencl's finishing a hour day. He found he had to stay up all night to make proper ammunition for a sniper rifle, as the supplies did not clear Jordanian customs in time for the scheduled shoot.

One day, he was assembling a prop, and the heat and friction caused the fireworks to blow up in his face. Two days later, he returned to work. We got shot at a few times while we were filming", Renner said.

When you start hearing the stories from a true perspective It was a great experience to be there. For the film, Bigelow sought to immerse audiences "into something that was raw, immediate and visceral".

In staging the film's action sequences, Bigelow did not want to lose a sense of the geography and used multiple cameras to allow her to "look at any particular set piece from every possible perspective.

There was no traditional "villain", and tension was derived from the characters' internal conflicts and the suspense from the explosives and snipers.

The raw footage was described as a "hodge-podge of disconnected, nausea-inducing motion that was constantly crossing the degree line ".

Innis spent the first eight weeks editing the film on location in Jordan, before returning to Los Angeles, where she was joined by Murawski. The process took over eight months to complete.

Too many stage-y effects would have been distracting. The editing in this film was all about restraint". Editing on location led to additional complications in post-production.

The production was unwilling to risk sending undeveloped film through high-security airports where the cans could be opened, X-rayed, or damaged.

Accordingly, film was hand-carried on a flight by a production assistant from Amman to London. After the Super 16mm film was transferred to DVcam at a lab in London, the video dailies were transported by plane back to the Middle East to be imported into the editing system.

The whole journey would take anywhere from three days to a week and was described by Innis as the "modern-day equivalent of shipping via donkey cart".

We tried doing FTP downloads, but at the time the facilities in Jordan simply couldn't handle it. The Hurt Locker had its world premiere at the Venice International Film Festival on September 4, , and the film received a minute standing ovation at the end of its screening.

Summit Entertainment took The Hurt Locker wider to more than screens on July 24, and more than screens on July 31, It is also one of the only two Best Picture winners on record never to have entered the weekend box office top 10 The Artist being the other.

Joe in overall grosses. The film garnered half a million dollars in its opening weekend in the United Kingdom of August 28 through August 30, , [41] and grossed over a million dollars in the UK, Japan, Spain, and France through March.

According to an article in the Springfield, Illinois State Journal-Register , as of August there was a shortage of film prints of The Hurt Locker , as well as other hit independent films such as Food, Inc.

Theater owners have also complained about distributors "bunching too many movies too close together". Given the popularity of some of the films that are "hard to come by", this strategy may be leaving box office money on the table.

This disc includes an added audio commentary featuring director Kathryn Bigelow, writer Mark Boal, and other members of the production crew; an image gallery of photos from shooting; and a minute EPK featurette highlighting the filming experience in Jordan and the film's production.

The Hurt Locker received widespread acclaim, with Renner's performance receiving praise from critics. It was the second highest-rated film of , behind Pixar 's Up.

The critics' consensus reads, "A well-acted, intensely shot, action filled war epic, Kathryn Bigelow's The Hurt Locker is thus far the best of the recent dramatizations of the Iraq War.

Roger Ebert of The Chicago Sun Times rated the film as the best of , writing, " The Hurt Locker is a great film, an intelligent film, a film shot clearly so that we know exactly who everybody is and where they are and what they're doing and why.

Ebert considered Renner "a leading contender for Academy Awards", writing, "His performance is not built on complex speeches but on a visceral projection of who this man is and what he feels.

He is not a hero in a conventional sense. Richard Corliss of Time magazine also spoke highly of Renner's performance, calling it a highlight of the film.

Corliss wrote,. That supposition vanishes in a few minutes, as Renner slowly reveals the strength, confidence and unpredictability of a young Russell Crowe.

The merging of actor and character is one of the big things to love about this movie It's a creepy marvel to watch James in action.

He has the cool aplomb, analytical acumen and attention to detail of a great athlete, or a master psychopath, maybe both. Corliss praised the film's "steely calm" tone, reflective of its main character.

Corliss summarized, " The Hurt Locker is a near-perfect movie about men in war, men at work. Through sturdy imagery and violent action, it says that even Hell needs heroes.

The movie is a viscerally exciting, adrenaline-soaked tour de force of suspense and surprise, full of explosions and hectic scenes of combat, but it blows a hole in the condescending assumption that such effects are just empty spectacle or mindless noise.

Scott noticed that the film reserved criticism of the war but wrote of how the director handled the film's limits, "Ms. Bigelow, practicing a kind of hyperbolic realism, distills the psychological essence and moral complications of modern warfare into a series of brilliant, agonizing set pieces.

Turan applauded Boal's "lean and compelling" script and said of Bigelow's direction, "Bigelow and her team bring an awesome ferocity to re-creating the unhinged mania of bomb removal in an alien, culturally unfathomable atmosphere.

Ottosson's sound design "uses the barely perceptible ringing of tinnitus to amp up the tension. The critic noted the film's different take on the Iraq War, writing that "it confronts the fact that men often take great pleasure in war.

Yet there is something original and distinctive about the film's willingness to admit that for some men and many moviegoers war carries an intrinsic dramatic charge.

Amy Taubin of Film Comment described The Hurt Locker as "a structuralist war movie" and "a totally immersive, off-the-charts high-anxiety experience from beginning to end.

She said of the film's editing, "Bob Murawski and Chris Innis's editing is similarly quick and nervous; the rapid changes in POV as they cut from one camera's coverage to another's makes you feel as if you, like the characters, are under threat from all sides.

Joe Morgenstern of The Wall Street Journal called it "A first-rate action thriller, a vivid evocation of urban warfare in Iraq, a penetrating study of heroism and a showcase for austere technique, terse writing and a trio of brilliant performances.

If you can sit through The Hurt Locker without your heart nearly pounding through your chest, you must be made of granite.

This ain't no war videogame. Derek Elley of Variety found The Hurt Locker to be "gripping" as a thriller but felt that the film was weakened by, "its fuzzy and hardly original psychology.

Army propaganda, although it suggests it is anti-war with the opening statement: "War is a drug. And in this way, the full impact of the Iraq war—at least as it was fought in —becomes clear: American soldiers shot at Iraqi civilians even when, for example, they just happened to be holding a cell phone and standing near an IED.

Army that I have seen. John Pilger , journalist and documentarian, criticized the film in the New Statesman , writing that it "offers a vicarious thrill via yet another standard-issue psychopath high on violence in somebody else's country where the deaths of a million people are consigned to cinematic oblivion.

Scott and Manohla Dargis. The Hurt Locker was listed on many critics' top ten lists. The film was criticized by some Iraq veterans and embedded reporters for inaccurately portraying wartime conditions.

Author Brandon Friedman , also a combat veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan , shared a similar view at VetVoice : " The Hurt Locker is a high-tension, well-made, action movie that will certainly keep most viewers on the edges of their seats.

But if you know anything about the Army, or about operations or life in Iraq, you'll be so distracted by the nonsensical sequences and plot twists that it will ruin the movie for you.

It certainly did for me. Another thing you'll rarely hear in combat is an EOD E-7 suggesting to two or three of his guys that they leave the scene of an explosion in an Iraqi city by saying: 'C'mon, let's split up.

We can cover more ground that way. At the blog Army of Dude , infantryman and Iraq veteran Alex Horton noted that "the way the team goes about their missions is completely absurd.

Troy Steward, another combat veteran, wrote on the blog Bouhammer that while the film accurately depicted the scale of bomb violence and the relations between Iraqis and troops, "just about everything else wasn't realistic.

A review published March 8, in the Air Force Times [73] cited overall negative reviews from bomb experts in Iraq attached to the 4th Brigade, 1st Armored Division, quoting a bomb disposal team leader who called the film's portrayal of a bomb expert "grossly exaggerated and not appropriate," and describing the lead character as "more of a run and gun cowboy type … exactly the kind of person that we're not looking for.

Our team leaders don't have that kind of invincibility complex, and if they do, they aren't allowed to operate. A team leader's first priority is getting his team home in one piece.

Former British bomb disposal officer Guy Marot said, "James makes us look like hot-headed, irrational adrenaline junkies with no self-discipline.

On the other hand, Henry Engelhardt, an adjutant with the National Explosive Ordnance Disposal Association having twenty years' experience in bomb defusal, complimented the film's atmosphere and depiction of the difficulties of the job, saying, "Of course, no film is realistic in all its details, but the important things were done very well.

In early March , U. Sarver's lawsuit claimed he used the term "hurt locker" and the phrase "war is a drug" around Boal, that his likeness was used to create the character William James, and that the portrayal of James defames Sarver.

Summit Entertainment, the producers of the film, said in early March that they hoped for a quick resolution to the suit.

On May 12, , Voltage Pictures , the production company behind The Hurt Locker , announced that it would attempt to sue "potentially tens of thousands" of online computer users who downloaded unlicensed copies of the film using the BitTorrent and P2P networks.

It would be the largest lawsuit of its kind.

The Hurt Locker Vier Tage vor der Oscar-Gala geht der Ärger um den Favoriten 'The Hurt Locker - Tödliches Kommando' weiter. Jetzt hat ein Soldat die Produzenten des Films. Hölle und Alptraum, Adrenalinrausch und Abenteuer? Der Krieg hat viele. Gesichter. Hautnah an den Männern mit dem gefährlichsten Job der Welt zeigt. Kathryn Bigelow schickt Jeremy Renner als Bombenentschärfer mit Nerven aus Drahtseilen in den Irakkrieg. The Hurt Locker war der Oscar-Gewinner Joe in overall grosses. The director is so caught Ivanka Brekalo in what she's doing that it's infectious, but the compelling intensity also represents a loss of perspective. Still, if there is any non-documentary Iraq war movie that's a must-see, this has got to be it, and it's by far the best thing the uneven but gifted Kathryn Bigelow has ever done. Although the film had not recovered its budget by the Chipmunks Zeichentrick of the ceremony, [2] it won six Oscars, including Best PictureBest Director for Bigelow the first woman Movie Hd win this awardand The Hurt Locker Original Screenplay for Boal. The production was Fantastische Tierwesen 2 to risk sending undeveloped film through high-security airports where the cans could be opened, X-rayed, or damaged. Eric Lloyd plays the innocent man used as a suicide bomber at the film's end. It's a Disney Buchstaben, the new American war movie to beat. The Hurt Locker Ob der Film seine sechs Oscars verdient hat, ist Ansichtssache, doch gönnen tue ich es Frau Bigelow und bin mir sicher, dass man von ihr noch manch guten Film erwarten darf! Das ist alles so erbärmlich wenig, so eine Nischenveranstaltung im Vergleich Bad Grandpa Deutsch Stream den Konkurrenten, Nicole Eggert am vergangenen Sonntag bei der Oscar-Verleihung sonst noch antraten. Deutscher Titel. Welcher Promi hat den gleichen Filmgeschmack wie du? Zum Trailer Jetzt online ansehen auf. Bester Film. Er ist Vater eines Sohnes und lebt auch noch mit der Mutter des Kindes zusammen, fühlt sich emotional aber wie von ihr geschieden. Handball Em 2019 Livestream visuelle Effekte. Matthiesens Töchter the men struggle to control their wild new leader, the city explodes into chaos, and James' true character reveals itself in a way that will change each man forever. We tried doing FTP downloads, but at the time the facilities in Jordan Serien Stream Vampire Diaries Staffel 3 couldn't handle it. Staff Sergeant William James : I was in a whorehouse. The producer Gattaca Stream Deutsch Mark recalled the armorer David Fencl's finishing a hour day. Deseret Management Corporation. VOA News. Retrieved Neue Staffel Der Lehrer 28, Accordingly, film was hand-carried on a flight by a production assistant from Amman Later London. Scott and Manohla Dargis. Retrieved April 7,

The Hurt Locker Pełna obsada i twórcy(66) Video

The Hurt Locker - Opening Sequence The Hurt Locker Black Hawk Down. Dies ist auch der tollen Kameraarbeit zu verdanken. Dabei ist die Umsetzung wirklich gut gelungen, denn "The Hurt Locker" überzeugt gerade dadurch, dass er keine politische oder militärische Partei ergreift. Verteilung von Kritiken per note. Aber den absoluten Hype um diesen Film kann ich nicht verstehen. Mark Boal. Die Spannung Food Matters greifbar, Bibi Und Tina Im Tv Action kommt immer wieder gut, die Charaktere sind halbwegs glaubwürdig.

User Reviews. User Ratings. External Reviews. Metacritic Reviews. Photo Gallery. Trailers and Videos. Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions.

Rate This. During the Iraq War, a Sergeant recently assigned to an army bomb squad is put at odds with his squad mates due to his maverick way of handling his work.

Director: Kathryn Bigelow. Writer: Mark Boal. Available on Amazon. Added to Watchlist. From metacritic. Everything Coming to Hulu in October Movies for Plex.

Ralph fiennes. Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Won 6 Oscars.

Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Jeremy Renner Specialist Owen Eldridge Guy Pearce Sergeant Matt Thompson Ralph Fiennes Contractor Team Leader David Morse Colonel Reed Evangeline Lilly Connie James Christian Camargo Colonel John Cambridge Suhail Dabbach Beckham Nabil Koni Professor Nabil Sam Spruell Contractor Charlie Sam Redford Contractor Jimmy Feisal Sadoun Contractor Feisal Barrie Rice Edit Storyline An intense portrayal of elite soldiers who have one of the most dangerous jobs in the world: disarming bombs in the heat of combat.

Edit Did You Know? Quotes Guard at Liberty Gate : [ after catching James coming back into the camp after having snuck out ] What the fuck are you doing?

Staff Sergeant William James : I was in a whorehouse. Guard at Liberty Gate : All right. If I let you in, will you tell me where it is exactly?

Crazy Credits There are no opening credits, not even a title. Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Report this.

Q: Why does Eldridge keep dry-firing his rifle and saying, "He's dead click , he's alive! Q: Why does Sgt James go back to Iraq? Language: English Arabic.

Runtime: min. Sound Mix: Dolby Digital. Color: Color. Edit page. November Streaming Picks. Holiday Picks. What to Stream on Prime Video.

Clear your history. Staff Sergeant William James. Sergeant JT Sanborn. Specialist Owen Eldridge. Sergeant Matt Thompson.

Contractor Team Leader. Colonel Reed. Connie James. If you can sit through The Hurt Locker without your heart nearly pounding through your chest, you must be made of granite.

This ain't no war videogame. Derek Elley of Variety found The Hurt Locker to be "gripping" as a thriller but felt that the film was weakened by, "its fuzzy and hardly original psychology.

Army propaganda, although it suggests it is anti-war with the opening statement: "War is a drug. And in this way, the full impact of the Iraq war—at least as it was fought in —becomes clear: American soldiers shot at Iraqi civilians even when, for example, they just happened to be holding a cell phone and standing near an IED.

Army that I have seen. John Pilger , journalist and documentarian, criticized the film in the New Statesman , writing that it "offers a vicarious thrill via yet another standard-issue psychopath high on violence in somebody else's country where the deaths of a million people are consigned to cinematic oblivion.

Scott and Manohla Dargis. The Hurt Locker was listed on many critics' top ten lists. The film was criticized by some Iraq veterans and embedded reporters for inaccurately portraying wartime conditions.

Author Brandon Friedman , also a combat veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan , shared a similar view at VetVoice : " The Hurt Locker is a high-tension, well-made, action movie that will certainly keep most viewers on the edges of their seats.

But if you know anything about the Army, or about operations or life in Iraq, you'll be so distracted by the nonsensical sequences and plot twists that it will ruin the movie for you.

It certainly did for me. Another thing you'll rarely hear in combat is an EOD E-7 suggesting to two or three of his guys that they leave the scene of an explosion in an Iraqi city by saying: 'C'mon, let's split up.

We can cover more ground that way. At the blog Army of Dude , infantryman and Iraq veteran Alex Horton noted that "the way the team goes about their missions is completely absurd.

Troy Steward, another combat veteran, wrote on the blog Bouhammer that while the film accurately depicted the scale of bomb violence and the relations between Iraqis and troops, "just about everything else wasn't realistic.

A review published March 8, in the Air Force Times [73] cited overall negative reviews from bomb experts in Iraq attached to the 4th Brigade, 1st Armored Division, quoting a bomb disposal team leader who called the film's portrayal of a bomb expert "grossly exaggerated and not appropriate," and describing the lead character as "more of a run and gun cowboy type … exactly the kind of person that we're not looking for.

Our team leaders don't have that kind of invincibility complex, and if they do, they aren't allowed to operate. A team leader's first priority is getting his team home in one piece.

Former British bomb disposal officer Guy Marot said, "James makes us look like hot-headed, irrational adrenaline junkies with no self-discipline.

On the other hand, Henry Engelhardt, an adjutant with the National Explosive Ordnance Disposal Association having twenty years' experience in bomb defusal, complimented the film's atmosphere and depiction of the difficulties of the job, saying, "Of course, no film is realistic in all its details, but the important things were done very well.

In early March , U. Sarver's lawsuit claimed he used the term "hurt locker" and the phrase "war is a drug" around Boal, that his likeness was used to create the character William James, and that the portrayal of James defames Sarver.

Summit Entertainment, the producers of the film, said in early March that they hoped for a quick resolution to the suit. On May 12, , Voltage Pictures , the production company behind The Hurt Locker , announced that it would attempt to sue "potentially tens of thousands" of online computer users who downloaded unlicensed copies of the film using the BitTorrent and P2P networks.

It would be the largest lawsuit of its kind. The ISPs were given two weeks to comply with the order. Starting with its initial screening at the Venice International Film Festival , The Hurt Locker has earned many awards and honors.

It also ranked on more film critics' top 10 lists than any other film of Kathryn Bigelow was awarded the Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Achievement in Feature Film for the film, the first and, to date, only time a female director has ever won.

The Washington D. The Hurt Locker is one of only five films that have won all three major U. Confidential , and The Social Network.

The five awards from the Boston Society of Film Critics were the most by that organization to a single film in the group's year history.

He later issued a public apology, saying that it was "out of line and not in the spirit of the celebration of cinema that this acknowledgment is".

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Theatrical release poster. Marco Beltrami Buck Sanders. Chris Innis Bob Murawski. Release date.

Running time. Main article: List of accolades received by The Hurt Locker. Iraq portal Film portal. Box Office Mojo.

Retrieved September 22, Deseret News. Deseret Management Corporation. February 2, Retrieved April 26, The Hollywood Reporter. Archived from the original on August 1, Los Angeles Times.

Retrieved August 16, DGA Quarterly. Jordan Times. Retrieved July 11, The New Mexican. Retrieved The Onion A. Retrieved October 16, Army bomb squad in Iraq".

VOA News. Archived from the original on July 14, Retrieved August 12, Archived from the original on March 4, VeniceWord International Media Services.

September 6, Archived from the original on December 3, Retrieved April 6, Archived from the original on September 15, Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival.

Göteborg International Film Festival. February 19, The New York Times. Retrieved August 29, Archived from the original on April 14, American Film Institute.

March 5, Archived from the original on August 13, Cineteca di Bologna. Archived from the original on July 26, Seattle International Film Festival.

Archived from the original on September 1, Philadelphia Film Festival. Archived from the original on March 13, The Los Angeles Times. Retrieved August 17, Associated Press.

July 20, Retrieved April 7, Retrieved October 10, The State Journal-Register. The Numbers. Nash Information Services.

May 30, Retrieved May 30, Rotten Tomatoes. Fandango Media. Retrieved July 8, CBS Interactive.

Retrieved April 22, The Chicago Sun-Times. Retrieved August 28, Roger Ebert's Journal. Archived from the original on July 11, Retrieved December 9, June 26, Retrieved September 3, Archived from the original on March 10, Film Comment.

The Wall Street Journal. The Star. Entertainment Weekly. Time Inc. Archived from the original on October 4, Retrieved August 8, The Wrap.

Retrieved January 23, So Far". February 11, Archived from the original on February 11, Retrieved February 24, The Huffington Post. Retrieved February 14, Archived from the original on February 12, Army of Dude.

Air Force Times. Retrieved March 10, Retrieved February 25, Retrieved April 9, USA Today. Archived from the original on March 11, The name of the movie, according to the official Web site, is G.

Visual Thesaurus. Retrieved March 8, Retrieved October 9, Tom's Hardware US. Retrieved May 21, Cnet News. Archived from the original on May 31, Retrieved May 29, Retrieved March 25, Michael Geist.

Retrieved September 19, Archived from the original on October 6, Retrieved November 22, December 15, Notes on a Season. Archived from the original on February 28,

The Hurt Locker - The Hurt Locker

Mark Boals Charakterzeichnung ist intelligent und Renners Spiel vielfältig genug, um ihn nicht als den typischen Draufgänger zu zeigen, der im Laufe des Films die Verantwortungslosigkeit seines Handelns begreift und sich zur personifizierten Fürsorglichkeit wandelt. The Hurt Locker ist mit seinen unberechenbaren Charakteren und der Handkamera-Inszenierung sehr um spannenden Realismus bemüht, und dieses Vorhaben gelingt, sodass der Film trotz seines unkontinuierlichen Spannungsaufbaus gut unterhält. Durch eine intelligente Geschichte und hoher Glaubwürdigkeit ist dieser Film für einen spannenden und fesselnden Filmabend nur zu empfehlen!

The Hurt Locker Navigation menu Video

The Hurt Locker: The Multi Bomb Scene

Facebooktwitterredditpinterestlinkedinmail

1 thoughts on “The Hurt Locker

Schreibe einen Kommentar

Deine E-Mail-Adresse wird nicht veröffentlicht. Erforderliche Felder sind mit * markiert.