Entdecke die Filmstarts Kritik zu "Bright" von David Ayer: Buddy-Cop-Filme gibt es wie Sand am Meer. Meist muss sich darin ein ungleiches Polizisten-Duo. Bright: Ein Film von David Ayer mit Will Smith und Joel Edgerton. In einer alternativen Gegenwart leben Menschen, Orks, Elfen und Feen schon seit Anbeginn. In dem für Netflix produzierten Fantasy-Actioner Bright müssen sich ein Cop und ein Ork in Staatsdiensten, gespielt von Will Smith und Joel Edgerton, für.
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In einer alternativen Welt leben sowohl übernatürliche Wesen als auch Menschen auf der Erde. Der Polizist Daryl muss mit einem Ork namens Nick zusammenarbeiten, um für Ruhe in der Stadt zu sorgen. Die Kollaboration sorgt allerdings für viel. Bright (Film) – Wikipedia. Elfin Tikka (Lucy Fry) hat einen magischen Zauberstab geklaut, den die abtrünnige Elfin Leilah (Noomi Rapace) zurückhaben möchte. Durch unglückliche. Bright ein Film von David Ayer mit Will Smith, Joel Edgerton. Inhaltsangabe: In einer alternativen Gegenwart leben Menschen und übernatürliche Wesen wie. Entdecke die Filmstarts Kritik zu "Bright" von David Ayer: Buddy-Cop-Filme gibt es wie Sand am Meer. Meist muss sich darin ein ungleiches Polizisten-Duo. In dem für Netflix produzierten Fantasy-Actioner Bright müssen sich ein Cop und ein Ork in Staatsdiensten, gespielt von Will Smith und Joel Edgerton, für. „Bright“ — Hintergründe. Die Mischung aus Fantasyfilm und realistischem Cop-Thriller sollte der erste große Netflix-Blockbuster werden. Das Original hat den.
Bright ein Film von David Ayer mit Will Smith, Joel Edgerton. Inhaltsangabe: In einer alternativen Gegenwart leben Menschen und übernatürliche Wesen wie. Entdecke die Filmstarts Kritik zu "Bright" von David Ayer: Buddy-Cop-Filme gibt es wie Sand am Meer. Meist muss sich darin ein ungleiches Polizisten-Duo. In dem für Netflix produzierten Fantasy-Actioner Bright müssen sich ein Cop und ein Ork in Staatsdiensten, gespielt von Will Smith und Joel Edgerton, für.
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Bright (Film) Navigation menu VideoBright - Shootout (2017) Retrieved March 18, Meanwhile, rumors of the wand draw both its owner, Leilah—the leader of the radical Closer sect called the Inferni—and Kandomere, an elf FBI agent assigned to the federal "Magic Task Force". The Queen's Gambit. After bringing the tiger home, John Lustpur his workers to board up the house in preparation for an approaching hurricane. Carlos Frigo. Log in with Facebook. We want to hear what you have to say but need to verify your account. Todd S Super Reviewer. Brown Brad Bright (Film) Henke At a service station, Ward contacts his friend Sheriff Deputy Rodriguez, whom he knows he can trust. Joel Edgerton. Happy Jake Abel spielt in der Rolle von Montehugh einen seiner menschlichen Kollegen. Sie nehmen eine junge Frau in Gewahrsam, in deren Besitz sich etwas befindet, was sie als einen unglaublich mächtigen Zauberstab identifizieren, und dieser könnte viel Chaos anrichten, wenn er in die falschen Hände gerät. Und Ork-Clans, die das organisierte Verbrechen steuern, Ekim Deutsch so. Buddy-Cop-Filme gibt es wie Sand am Meer.
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More Details. Watch offline. Available to download. One night, while out on patrol the pair come across a unique threat, one that could change the world forever, but can human and Orc come together to put an end to it?
Could somebody please tell me what all the hype surrounding this movie is about? It is the biggest Netflix film to date, a sequel was announced before it even debuted, and while critics universally panned it, fans have turned it into a cult classic, dedicating all kinds of things to it on the web.
As for me, I was excited about it, but just like every other David Ayer film I've ever seen, I was sorely disappointed. People were saying how unique and innovative this film is, maybe, if you've never seen another science fiction film before in your entire life!
Every aspect of this film, from the racism towards other species to the integration of man and creature has been done to death! Themes like this in Science Fiction are metaphors for racial inequality and have been done in film and on television since the civil rights movement!
Will Smith stars and once again thinks it's , he's a teen heartthrob, and everything he says people are going to find hilarious. Much like Hancock, Ward is completely out of touch with modern audiences and geared toward a much younger crowd.
I really don't understand how Will Smith can be outstanding in things like the Men In Black series and then just step back into roles like this. The rest of the cast was equally laughable, as was much of the story, but similar to Ayer's last big budget film, Suicide Squad, the plot is outstanding.
It's the kind of thing that could have gone right so many different ways, but instead was just so badly butchered by shotty directing, terrible storytelling, and immature humor, that after a while, Bright is pretty much unwatchable.
Todd S Super Reviewer. Feb 28, I remember reading some early reviews for this movie, while I was still in the dark, and they were not particularly kind.
I'm not gonna say that affected my views on this film upon finally watching it today, because it didn't. The reason I bring this up, however, is due to the fact that one of these early reviews mentioned the fact that this film, if released 10 years ago, would have been a major wide release, given the fact that, for a period of, about, ten years actually, since Independence Day, Will Smith could do no wrong.
You could have the shittiest film on your hand and because Will Smith was in it, it'd be a major success. That's just how bankable Will Smith was as box office draw.
To say that his star has fallen quite a bit since then is a bit of an understatement. That's not a knock against Will, it's just that everyone has a shelf life in the business and people just get tired and they want something new.
That something new is Chris Pratt and there's gonna come a day for him where he's gonna be supplanted by a new star.
It happens. Anyway, I didn't follow the release of this movie much since, again, at the time, I had no power and I couldn't spend my time browsing the web, but this is Netflix's biggest production to yet and, apparently, they promoted it as such.
And, reception of the movie aside, this did become of the most streamed programs ever. Did they get new subscriptions to their site based off this movie?
I don't know, but it was fairly successful in that a lot of people watched this. Netflix, technically speaking, can't make their money back on a film like this, their millions of subscribers effectively paid this movie off, even if they didn't bother watching it.
That's irrelevant however, let's move on. What did I think about this movie? It's not bad, but it's not what I would call good either. The film's biggest enemy, in all frankness, is itself.
David Ayer has made some gritty cop dramas and, really, that's what he does best. End of Watch is one of these movies and while it's a crime drama film through and through, there are some moments of levity in the leads' interactions with each other.
They're partners that give each other shit, in a good-natured manner, whenever they're just cruising around LA in their cop car.
But this movie, on the other hand, tries, in some scenes, to capture that same tone and it just fails miserably.
The problem lies in the fact that this has such a self-serious tone that any adherence to the buddy movie tropes feels completely out of place.
When Ward and Nick have these exchanges that are meant to be comedic, they just feel so forced and so against everything that the movie tries to be that it just didn't work in any way whatsoever.
The only moment it works is after everything happens and both Ward and Nick find themselves in the hospital being interrogated by the Magic Task Force, except Nick doesn't actually give them the chance to interrogate and he just spills the beans on absolutely everything that happened.
The story is, honestly, a bit of a mess at times. It tries to be a social commentary on the way how certain minorities are treated like second-class citizens, and even worse than that, but its social commentary is just so obvious that there's no real point to any of it.
Nick, the orc cop, gets no respect from humans or from his own kind, feeling that he's betrayed their clan the orcs follow a type of clan law, where they value their own race over everything else.
The orcs are treated poorly, while the elves live lives of excess. Yes, really. It's that painfully transparent.
It's not that there's not an interesting world to explore here, it's that the ideas it wants to explore are handled so incompetently.
Like it's a year-old who wrote this script instead of a grown man. Though, to be fair, not all scripting problems should be blamed on Max Landis.
His name is on the script, to be sure, but we don't know what kind of changes were made at Netflix's behest. Say what you will about Landis, he's kind of a dick, but he's a perfectly solid screenwriter.
His work on Chronicle was great. And American Ultra, while not perfect, was entertaining enough. This movie just doesn't feel like what Landis' films usually feel like.
Hey, if this is all Landis, then the blame should go fully go on him, but making films are such a complicated process that, when something goes wrong, it's never just as simple as blaming one person, there's usually more elements at play here.
But that's neither here nor there, the fact is that the scripting of the social commentary was quite heavy-handed.
They beat you over the head with it. While Ayer's work with Suicide Squad was widely panned, I imagine that he would have written a better movie than this if he had his hands on it.
Regardless of that, the story moves along as this magic wand appears, that grants whatever wish you may desire, but only if you're a Bright.
Anyone that's not a Bright that tries to hold the wand is disintegrated. This wand wants to be used by this group of Elven renegades the Inferni to bring back their Dark Lord Voldemort is a part of this universe apparently to enslave humanity I think and bring back an age of magic.
Got all that? Everyone in the movie, from human gangs, to orc gangs, to the feds want this wand. I have mentioned the Magic Task Force, who are trying to track the wand to take it away, and these two characters feel like they're from a completely different movie entirely.
They're only there when the film needs them, whenever they need to move the plot forward, but they're not real characters with discernible personalities.
They're just plot devices. One of the issues I had with this movie is that they set up this universe in which orcs, elves, fairies and who knows what else exist and yet they do nothing with their own mythology.
They hint at there being a war years ago, the last time the Dark Lord was present, and yet that's only mentioned in passing.
They take an interesting concept and take out almost all of the fun out of it. I mean there's still magic and shit involved here but, for the most part, the movie is just as straightforward as can be.
A cop drama through and through. Which makes you wonder what the point of this all was. If you have a high concept urban fantasy flick in your hand, wouldn't you want to exploit that for all it was worth?
Why would you make it a boring movie with a boring human flavor. You should have gone nuts. The orcs are metaphors for the treatment of minorities.
Because, apparently, you need orcs to get that point across. As if one didn't see that shit on an almost daily basis.
Like I said, I never thought the movie was bad, but you can see them holding back, when the last thing this needed was creative restraints.
The acting is decent if inconsistent. By that I mean the fact that the movie is so tonally inept that you never know when a particular scene is meant to be taken seriously or for laughs.
Pick a tone, stick to it and when you do deviate from it, make sure that you deviate for something that's worthwhile.
This doesn't do that, it changes tones almost as often I blink. Completely unacceptable. The action is fine, but it's not particularly memorable.
Character-work is practically non-existent. There's nothing to Nick and Ward as partners, it's just the 'I don't like you, you don't like me' shit we've seen time and time again.
And, naturally, there's a respect that starts to grow between the two as they get to "know" each other more. Oh and there's this whole subplot of Ward struggling economically, he has a young daughter, and they literally do nothing with that.
It's just like it's there to give him some "depth". Alternate Versions. Rate This. A detective must work with an Orc to find a powerful wand before evil creatures do.
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Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Will Smith Daryl Ward Joel Edgerton Nick Jakoby Noomi Rapace Kandomere as Edgar Ramirez Lucy Fry Tikka Veronica Ngo Tien Alex Meraz Serafin Happy Anderson Montehugh Ike Barinholtz Pollard Dawn Olivieri Sherri Ward Matt Gerald Hicks Margaret Cho Sergeant Ching Joseph PiccuirroThe Last Days of American Crime Ich habe mich sehr Mio Mein Mio Stream unterhalten gefühlt Und plötzlich geht es überhaupt nicht mehr um Rassentrennung, um politische Veränderung, um das Sozialsystem, Das Spiel Beginnt der Film in seiner ersten Hälfte ausführlich präsentierte, sondern nur um eine allgemeine Düsternis und diese krassen magischen Stäbe! The Tax Collector Produktionsland USA. Buddy-Cop-Filme gibt es wie Sand am Meer. Februar beendet. Roman Vasyanov. Tonformat. Zutreffender und hätte die Filmkritik nicht sein können.