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Safe House
USA, Japan, South Africa
Crime, Thriller, Action, Mystery
IMDB rating:
Daniel Espinosa
Vera Farmiga as Catherine Linklater
Stephen Rider as Richards
Jenna Dover as CIA Analyst
Nora Arnezeder as Ana Moreau
Fares Fares as Vargas
Joel Kinnaman as Keller
Rubén Blades as Carlos Villar
Liam Cunningham as Alec Wade
Ryan Reynolds as Matt Weston
Denzel Washington as Tobin Frost
Tracie Thoms as CIA Analyst
Sam Shepard as Harlan Whitford
Brendan Gleeson as David Barlow
Robert Patrick as Daniel Kiefer
Storyline: Matt Weston ( ) is a CIA rookie who is manning a safe house in Cape Town, South Africa, when Tobin Frost ( ) the CIA's most wanted rogue agent is captured and taken to the safe house. During Frost's interrogation, the safe house is overtaken by mercenaries who want Frost. Weston and Frost escape and must stay out of the gunmen's sight until they can get to another safe house.
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A cheap imitation Bourne
Nothing original or fun here. Lots of continuity and what I perceive to be technical errors IMHO, but what do I know:

1. CIA guys guarding the safehouse in Capetown are armed with long guns, when they knew they would be indoors. They would use subs. 2. When the door is breached, these guys would know that a FB is coming in, yet no one covers their ears. 3. In the rolling car chase with full auto fire from carbines, the bad guy adds a suppressor to his handgun which he is firing from a hand extended out of the vehicle. If her were firing in the vehicle, this might be a good idea so one's eardrums are not blown, but useless otherwise. 4. Reynolds character kills a cop in a Capetown Stadium, home of the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The news reports have neither a surveillance shot of his face, not his passport pic, despite knowing his name. 5. In another rolling gun battle, the hammer on Reynolds Sig is not cocked back after it has been discharged. 6. Pretty sure that was a Sig P226 in 40, as that is the duty weapon of choice for CIA diplomatic cover case officers. Pretty sure I counted Reynolds firing 14 rounds. It holds 10 plus 1, or 12 plus 1 with a high-cap. 7. Bad guys charging their automatic weapons in the middle of a firefight. Really?

Any experts out there have thoughts? Am I mistaken?
The usual action guff
SAFE HOUSE is a South Africa-filmed action flick that inevitably finds itself heavily indebted to the whole Paul Greengrass BOURNE style in the tale of a cop and a crim who have to team up when they find themselves pursued by a ruthless and murderous gang.

What we have here is an entirely familiar film that nevertheless manages to score a few points along the way, mostly in the action stakes. For SAFE HOUSE is a fast paced, action-oriented movie that features a handful of breakneck shoot-outs, and a film that's held together for the most part by another assured role for Denzel Washington.

Washington can do these kinds of roles in his sleep by now, and it's fair to say that the character of Tobin Frost is hardly a stretch. Nevertheless, he's the best thing in the film by far, delivering a kind of laconic toughness that really works in its favour. Ryan Reynolds is, inevitably, less impressive as the forgettable younger lead, but there are a handful of decent supporting parts for the likes of Liam Cunningham, Brendan Gleeson, Vera Farmiga, and Robert Patrick.

While the plot is routine to say the least, SAFE HOUSE at least looks good and the cinematography is strong. The plot has its share of twists and turns to keep viewers engaged, and I thought the violent but inevitable climax was particularly decent. Not a great film then, but a solid one nonetheless.
Fast-paced fun with two outstanding leading men performances!
'SAFE HOUSE': Three and a Half Stars (Out of Five)

Denzel Washington is teamed with Ryan Reynolds for this action/thriller buddy film. It was directed by Daniel Espinosa and written by David Guggenheim. It tells the story of a rogue CIA agent fugitive and a rookie CIA agent on the run together after the safe house the fugitive was being held at is attacked. Vera Farmiga, Brendan Gleeson and Sam Shepard costar. The movie is intense, fast-paced fun with two outstanding leading men performances.

Washington plays Tobin Frost, a former CIA agent who is said to have gone rogue and is now their most wanted fugitive. Reynolds plays Matt Weston, a rookie CIA agent who is tasked with guarding a safe house in Cape Town, South Africa. When Frost turns himself in to the American Consulate, in order to avoid capture by mercenaries pursuing him, he's taken to Weston's safe house. While Frost is being interrogated mercenaries attack the safe house and Frost and Weston flee. Weston tries to keep Frost under control while avoiding their pursuers and trying to make their way to another safe house. In the process he learns from the veteran CIA agent and begins to question his guilt as the two, of course, oddly bond.

Washington and Reynolds aren't the best pairing but both do their parts well. Their characters are fully developed and interesting. The directing is energetic and sufficiently flashy as well, keeping the story going at just the right pace to keep it involving. Not a masterpiece but still an entertaining suspense thriller.

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It's Denzel, Nuff Said
I started watching this movie with a bias in its favor to begin with. I like both, Ryan Reynolds and Denzel Washington so I was expecting it to be good.

Ryan Reynolds plays a CIA (or FBI) agent that is putting in his time babysitting a safe house. Denzel is a rogue agent that appears on the grid after years of being hard to catch.

The movie was as advertised. A good thing you can expect from a Denzel crime/action thriller is that the acting will be good and the action won't be over the top. There will be enough action to keep you locked in but not so much where you mentally check out and don't care about the story. This wasn't the best Denzel movie, but at least it had a good cohesive story and some substance.
Stellar Action and Performances,however,it's Simply not that Compelling,
Safe House is a good movie with a well developed storyline and a very impressive cast.Throughout the movie I really enjoyed the action sequences and the performances,particularly Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds,who worked very well together.Howvever,I kept feeling like there was something missing,something that was making me not enjoy this movie as much as I could have,eventually it hit me,that it's simply not compelling enough,the characters are taken in to this big adventure way too quickly and the audience aren't given enough time before hand to get to know them,and because of this we are left feeling little affection or care for them as they are taken on this journey.I felt there were definitely scenes filmed that would have helped with character development but it felt quite obvious to me that it was poorly edited,because there were certain scenes missing that I couldn't put my finger around why they wern't there,then it hit me that the editor made a few big mistakes,for this type of story it certainly could have been at least twenty minutes longer.Though it has its flaws,Safe House is still a very enjoyable film that I would recommend to anyone looking for a good action or crime film if you ever see it on television.

A seasoned CIA agent must go rogue while an idealistic rookie tries to figure out the truth.

Best Performance: Denzel Washington Worst Performance: Nora Arnezeder

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probably was best to see in a theater
Ryan Reynolds and Denzel Washington need to go to a "Safe House" - if they can find one - in this 2012 film.

Reynolds plays Matt Weston, a CIA rookie in charge of a Cape Town safe house. A rogue agent, Tobin Frost (Denzel Washington), is caught and brought there and after that, this is no safe house. Everyone wants what Frost has, including mercenaries who enter into a shootout. Frost and Weston take off for another safe house. As these things go, it's not long before Weston isn't sure who his friends are, especially when some of Frost's predictions about how the CIA will handle his escape turn out to be true.

I saw this as a rental, and it's probably the type of film that needs to be seen in a theater. There are car chases, shootings, beatings, and gunfights galore - solid action - probably better experienced in a theater.

Washington and Reynolds are both excellent, and create great characters. The rest of the characters aren't well developed - understandably, since Washington and Reynolds have the most to do.

The script is derivative and predictable, but the ending really wasn't. This is an entertaining movie if you like constant action. Unfortunately for me it wasn't as compelling or surprising as one of the Bourne films.
Predictable to the end
This film wasn't all that fresh; we've seen it before in several other films. the Bourne Series, Body of Lies, Green Zone...you name it, there really isn't an original part of this film.

Essentially, Ryan Reynolds plays an aspiring CIA Case Officer who has a dull assignment in South Africa. Meanwhile Denzel Washington meets with an MI-6 contact who gives him a microchip. The MI-6 contact is soon killed and there is a chase scene which forces Denzel to head to the US consulate. It is soon revealed that Denzel's character used to be a CIA Case Officer who "turned traitor" many years ago. When the CIA take Denzel to Reynolds' safehouse, it is promptly attacked by well-trained guys who take out the rest of the CIA team but Reynolds and Washington escape. Several chase scenes ensue, intermixed with scenes of bonding/confrontation between Reynolds and Washington. Add in a girlfriend for Reynolds who doesn't know what sort of work he does and you get the picture.

Obviously, there's someone within the CIA trying to get Denzel and obviously, its one of the big bosses we see at Langley. Obviously, there will be a sort of mentorship between Denzel and Ryan.

Look, this might have been a decent film if they had gone in a different direction, but it's a tired plot line, where evil intelligence agencies get "truth to power" in their faces. Obviously Denzel's character is supposed to be some sort of PFC Manning with Wikileaks. Nothing specific is ever discussed, just "corrupt intelligence officials" from all over the world.

The sideplot with the girlfriend was about as predictable as it gets, from beginning to end.

Then there are the loose ends. Reynolds was on video fighting with police, and he killed and officer...yet he just gets away clean? I don't think that would happen in real life. Had they written a better plot, they could have just avoided the second "fight" with the police at the stadium and it would have not affected the plot...at all.

Anyway, plot aside, the action is hard to follow sometimes as it looks like its being recorded on some guy's iPhone or something.

This really isn't worth going to the theaters for...wait for Netflix or onDemand or something.
Superbly executed
Thrilling: CQB scenes are very well captured and realistic. Sound editing is well timed and close to perfection. Camera's sweeping angle is fast but did not cause motion sickness. The noise at the stadium maintained a very high level of tension.

Plot: I know this is an action movie but it is an action movie with a decent plot.

Acting: The acting did displayed quite a bit of skill. Denzel was the more skillful one, of course. The supporting actors and actress who were playing the roles of CIA managers were somewhat undistinguished and pretty hackneyed in their character development.

Comparison with other similar movies: I would put this movie on par with Body of Lies and significantly better than Bourne Legacy (2012).
This is NOT a safe house.
"I'm not your only enemy tonight." Tobin Frost (Denzel Washington)

In Safe House, Tobin Frost is one cool fugitive, but then he's played by one of Hollywood's coolest actors: Denzel Washington. Guarding him is young CIA agent Matt Weston played by the prominent film actor, Ryan Reynolds. Together they make good acting possible; if only this crime adventure would let them.

Instead, their moments are mere interludes to the cacophony of guns and gore, a smorgasbord of thriller clichés planted in neat rows by director Daniel Espinosa and blossoming glass and guts ad nauseam. As the cool Frost escapes numerous captures and Weston follows him (they've discovered the "safe house" is not so safe), I wish they'd sit and talk for an hour because the older agent has much to tell the younger about love (Matt has a questioning girlfriend) and survival in the den of thieves known as espionage—global that is. Frost has a computer file with the names of bad cops, some of them friends and supervisors. So nobody's safe.

Among the vulnerable are seriously good actors like Sam Shephard, Vera Farmiga, Brendan Gleeson, and Robert Patrick. The shame is they have parts so formulaic as to obliterate their acting excellence.

Anyway, you get the routine. The only surprise is that this type of film continues to entertain us even when we know the plot points. In part that's because we like to see good/bad guys played by the likes of Denzel work their way through some challenging puzzles and achieve some success just as we try to do in our daily lives. Also we get to see multiple car crashes without being in them, a wish we may have subconsciously when we experience road rage.

I suggest you leave your rational hat at home (most of the plot makes little sense) and wear your thrill-seeking one because this film will fulfill all your demands for excitement without touching a nerve in your left brain.
Watch if you like mindless shootouts
Taking into consideration the quality of Washington's previous movies, this is perhaps one of his worst ever. Endless shootouts with no purpose, flat done-to-death story. I was hugely surprised that this is what he has to say yes to and waste a year's worth of work for! I was tempted to leave 45 minutes later. And when I left when the movie was over, I regretted I didn't leave earlier. Miss it, and save your cash. I would really like to know how in hell this movie got a seven and why!

The movie is a long never-ending scene after scene of shoot outs (and as usual nobody gets hurt), and car chases that are very lame. One after the other, after the other, after the other, after the other. No thrill in it either. I cant bet you that in a few months time when many enough movie goers went to see it, the rating will drop to around 5.
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