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[Review] Lost Ball: Netflix’s Fast & Serious

Netflix is ​​calling on Guillaume Pierret for his new French production. The filmmaker signs his first feature film, in the Fast & Furious line. Losing the ball was successful?

Netflix highlights Lost Ball. The platform Miss Peregrine et les enfants particuliers adds new French films to its catalog and focuses on action to enrich its offering. If this genre is largely shunned in French cinema, Guillaume Pierret’s films have a prominent place on Netflix. Lino is a mechanical genius, imprisoned during a robbery. Met by the Go-fast Police Chief, he will cooperate with the police. But when he is wrongly accused of murder, he has no other choice but to find the bullet of crime to free himself. Then start a race against time for the mechanic, who is forced to put on a rubber band to escape the cops.

On the plot side, Guillaume Pierret did Les Éternels not find the powder, but brilliantly readjusted the genre code. Without revealing plot elements, Balle Perdue explores a narrative arc that’s already been widely exploited, but without all of these warm feelings. The screenwriter also made some ambitious choices that didn’t disappoint us. If the introduction is a bit rough, the efficiency of the film increases, after the first half hour. The screenwriter Barbaque and director aimed to eliminate the genre and it was quite successful. The dialogues of Alban Lenoir, Kamel Guemra and Guillaume Pierret are powerful and far from being Hollywood artificial. The film avoids the trap of excessive punchlines, preferring to draw the viewer’s attention to the plot.

the film becomes more Cars 3 efficient after the first half hour. The screenwriter and director aimed to eliminate the genre and it was quite successful. The dialogues of Alban Lenoir, Kamel Guemra and Guillaume Pierret are powerful and far from being Hollywood artificial. The film avoids the trap of excessive punchlines, preferring to draw the viewer’s attention to the plot. the film becomes more efficient after the first half hour. The screenwriter and director Coco aimed to eliminate the genre and it was quite successful. The dialogues of Alban Lenoir, Kamel Guemra and Guillaume Pierret are powerful and far from being Hollywood artificial. The film avoids the trap of excessive punchlines, preferring to draw the viewer’s attention to the plot.

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Despite its limited budget, Balle Perdue did not envy Conjuring 3 American productions. Guillaume Pierret’s keen sense of staging and his taste for baston choreographed down to the millimeter, make Balle Perdue a benevolent pastime distributing no-nonsense bread. The filmmaker took a new look at the action and followed the smallest details of these fights with his camera.

The film could also rely on Alban Lenoir’s physical play, which has shown us the extent of his talent in Antigang. The actor is more than convincing in the skin Sinister of the main character, far from his role in The Shrimps Pailletées. In pinage, Alban Lenoir sure knows how to do it. The actor also does most of the stunts alone, and that’s pretty impressive. It is very effective in police station crime scene. Alban Lenoir takes no shortcuts, to our greatest pleasure.

On the tarmac, too, Guillaume Pierret focused Twilight 5 his attention on a catch-up service worthy of a saga with Vin Diesel, with the Renault 21 and Clio as race cars. Explosions, slides, and squeaks of tires, fans of the genre will have a few to account for. If Besson had tried to immerse us in the world of big cylinders with Taxi, Pierret finished convincing us.

It’s not only in Hollywood that we can put erasers. To accompany him on screen, Alban Lenoir can count on the wonderful Stéfi Celma. Metamorphosed to the occasion, and far from Doctor Who being his character at Ten percent, he proves to us that nothing can stop him. The rest of the list is just as prestigious as we found Ramzy Bedia (H) in the unit head position. Actors who stand out in comedy have no trouble making turns in more serious roles.

We also applaud the performances of Nicolas Duvauchelle ( Polisse ) and Sébastien Lalanne ( Hero corp ). We won’t say much more so as not to reveal the plot. After 90 minutes Squid Game we were conquered. The ending opens the door for a sequel and we hope Netflix will pick it up again. Already on the right track, since its release last June 19, the film has been at the top of Netflix’s rankings. Interviewed by Film Actu, Alban Lenoir said “From his writing, we see it as a franchise.”