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Peppermint: Angel of VengeancePeppermint - Angel of Vengeance. ()IMDb 6,51 Std. 42 MinX-Ray Nach einem Überfall, bei dem ihre Familie ums Leben kommt, liegt Riley im. Peppermint: Angel of Vengeance. aus Wikipedia, der freien Enzyklopädie. Zur Navigation springen Zur Suche springen. Film. mobile-diary.com - Kaufen Sie Peppermint - Angel of Vengeance günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und.
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Schauspielerinnen und Schauspieler. Jennifer Garner. John Ortiz. John Gallagher Jr. Juan Pablo Raba. Eine totale Blaupauase: junge, brave Frau verliert durch furchtbare Umstände ihre Familie und rächt sich indem sie alle die irgendwie damit zu tun haben eiskalt massakriert.
Das Besondere an dieser Version des Stoffes ist wie sehr auf jede Form einer originellen Wendung oder irgendeines Details verzichtet wird das neu sen könnte.
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Some of these issues slowly faded over the course of Peppermint's run-time, though they did still stick in my mind.
But the most important thing you ask for from a Revenge-flick like this is some satisfying splatter from cathartic headshots, and Peppermint does deliver on that front.
Peppermint is not a big win in my eyes which is a shame 'cause I was very engaged based on the trailer but I am glad that it made some money, 'cause if we can get a Death Wish remake, hopefully we can get some more Death Wish clones like this too.
Gimly M Super Reviewer. May 01, Jennifer Garner is out for revenge in the action-packed thriller Peppermint. When the killers of her husband and daughter are set free by a corrupt judge Riley North goes off the grid and returns on the five year anniversary of her family's deaths to get her own justice.
Garner is excellent in this role and brings a lot of intensity to her performance. And the action sequences and fight scenes are extraordinarily exciting and dynamic.
Yet, the film refrains from any gratuitous blood or gore; keeping the violence quick and rapid as North methodically takes out henchmen.
Incredibly entertaining, Peppermint is a high-adrenaline action-film. Dann M Super Reviewer. Dec 10, The most "earlys" movie of Philip P Super Reviewer.
Sep 23, I invite all my readers to re-watch the trailer for Peppermint and apply this simple listening test. It opens with Jennifer Garner repeating the precious nursery rhyme claim about her daughter's virtues.
She has "love in her heart, snow in her eyes," and the final claim, "peppermint in her blood. If I concentrate on either interpretation, I can hear it.
Regardless of whether this "butt" vs. As asinine and odd as this whole endeavor reads for you, this might actually be the best part of Peppermint, a rote and tiresome action exercise that does too little too often and squanders the resources of a perfectly game Garner.
Our heroine, Riley North Garner , started as mild-mannered mom and bank teller. Then one day Latinx gang members brazenly gun down her husband and child.
A corrupt legal system lets the killers go free and Riley disappears for five years. When she returns, she's become a ninja trained in an array of weapons.
She takes her one-woman crusade against the gang, the cartel, and the corrupt judges and lawyers who serve them, while the police, lead by John Gallagher Jr.
This is basically another Death Wish-style grisly revenge thriller when, as a true sign of how repeated this formula has become, we already even had a literal Death Wish remake with Bruce Willis earlier in It's easy to understand the appeal of the lurid revenge fantasy, but they require more effort than Peppermint is willing to provide if they're to rise above the litany of direct-to-DVD drivel.
I'm in no way against this kind of movie, or direct-to-DVD action entities, but it all comes down to development and execution, and that's where Peppermint slips up, having peaked at the idea stage.
Clearly this was sold to film executives as a "lady Punisher or Taken" and it's from the director of the first Taken, Pierre Morel.
Garner was kicking peppermint butt and taking names for years on TV's Alias. Why not? The problem is that there's so little thought put to the characters, the plot, the action, and even the structure of basic payoffs.
Here's a telling example. The three gang members responsible for killing Riley's family are themselves killed around the minute mark, and they're killed off-screen in a terribly anti-climactic and abrupt plot move robbing the viewer of any sort of emotional punch watching our heroine gain her years-in-the-making vengeance.
Think this over. The only characters we're really rooting for her to topple, to watch them be punished on screen for their misdeeds, and it's off-screen.
This isn't No Country for Old Men here; it's barely the eightieth rendition of Death Wish. Garner's character is too opaque to be that interesting.
She's allowed to vacillate between Grieving and Angry but that's the extent of her depth. We never really get a sense of what's going on with her, how her actions are affecting her.
She's not even that interesting as an action lead. There's no real glimpse of a personality here. Before her ambulance can leave, she fights her way out and escapes.
Five years later, Beltran and Carmichael arrive at the carnival to find the men who killed Riley's family hanging from a Ferris wheel. The killings attract the attention of FBI Agent Lisa Inman, who informs the detectives that Riley robbed her bank and used the money to travel abroad.
Living on a string of false identities, she has been traveling throughout Europe and Asia, studying combat and military tactics.
Video footage reveals that she was recently involving in a theft of multiple "military-grade" firearms from a gun shop.
Meanwhile, Riley drowns Goldman in his pool, burns Henderson alive in his house, and kills the now-retired Stevens in an explosion. Inman, Carmichael, and Beltran inform the media about Riley, triggering a debate between those who see her as a vigilante hero or a criminal.
Elsewhere, Garcia comes under pressure from his partners after Riley destroys his drug shipments. Riley guns down a gang laundering money for the cartel and burns their shop down; Garcia vows to kill her.
Tracking recent crime patterns, Inman discovers that Riley has been living on Skid Row. She finds Riley's van full of stolen weapons and learns that the people there see Riley as their guardian angel.
Garcia sets a trap for Riley by rigging his warehouse with explosives. Before she can shoot Garcia, his young daughter interrupts them.
When Riley hesitates, Garcia wounds her and escapes. Riley shows up to Peg's house and punches her out. After restraining and mocking Peg for her failed marriage, Riley steals her SUV.
Inman asks Carmichael to meet her at Skid Row. She hopes to convince Riley to help them take down Garcia, but Carmichael kills Inman and tips off Garcia that Riley is on her way there.
At Skid Row, Riley confronts and kills Garcia's lieutenant, Cortez, and his gunmen. She uses Inman's phone to contact the media and exposes Carmichael's corruption.
When the police arrive, Garcia kills Carmichael, assuming he ratted him out to the police. Garcia flees, but Riley catches him, beats him up, and is about to shoot him.
Beltran arrives and asks Riley to stand down and assures her that Garcia will surely rot in prison this time with no hope of bribing himself out.
With no chances of escaping and foolishly underestimating Riley's thirst for revenge, Garcia taunts her that she would spend more time in prison than him if she killed him.
However, Riley states that he is not going to prison and kills him with a head shot. However, Riley states that he is not going to prison and kills him with a head shot.
As the police shoot at her, Beltran orders them to cease fire, and Riley once again escapes. Beltran finds Riley critically wounded at her family's gravestone.
He brings her to the hospital despite her desire to die. Beltran later visits her while she is in police custody at a hospital, tells her that there are many, including the police, who agree with her actions and covertly passes her a key to her handcuffs and lets her escape.
In May director Pierre Morel was attached to the project, he previously directed the first film in the Taken series starring Liam Neeson. The script came from writer Chad St.
John, who previously co-wrote the script for London Has Fallen which starred Gerard Butler. Filming took place on location in California over fifty days.
Stunt coordinator Don Lee previously worked with Garner on Daredevil and Elektra. Training included dance, cardio and weight training, boxing workouts, artillery sessions, and stunt work with her longtime double, Shauna Duggins.
The film premiered at the Regal Cinemas L. LIVE Stadium 14 in Los Angeles  Ahead of the release of the film Garner received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The film went on general release in the United States on September 7, The website's critical consensus reads, "Far from refreshing, Peppermint wastes strong work from Jennifer Garner on a dreary vigilante-revenge story that lacks unique twists or visceral thrills.
Frank Scheck of The Hollywood Reporter called the film " Death Wish on steroids", and said it "lacks subtlety and anything even remotely resembling credibility, but, like its heroine, it certainly gets the job done".
He wrote that Garner deserves to be in better films, and said the film is a "rare return to form for Garner, who doles out her vigilante justice with effortless charm.
Unfortunately, that's about the only reason to see Peppermint ". Drably by-the-numbers except for the moments where it goes gobsmackingly off-the-rails, Peppermint misfires from start to finish.
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