The Book of Eli “Some will kill to have it. He will kill to protect it”.
Posted on April 19, 2010 | Movie Review
The Book of Eli Reviews [M2 Magz]
Title : THE BOOK OF ELI
Release Date : 15/01/2010
Starring : Denzel Washington, Gary Oldman, Mila Kunis, Ray Steveson, Jennifer Beals, Frances de la Tour, Michael Gambon, Tom Waits, Malcolm McDowell
Distributor : Warner Bros. & Columbia Pictures
Recounted that a traveler (Denzel) who used to be called Eli wandering amid the rubble of buildings in order to find water seumber believed to be in the western region. Armed with knives, pistols and his martial skills are high, nomads who rarely took off his dark glasses to survive in the midst of malignancy or a robber gang motorized yagn often encountered in the journey. Arriving in the western region, Eli dealing with a group of bandits led minded literati, Carnegie (Gary Oldman) who are interested in a book that Eli brought. Do not want to cooperate, Eli tried to help the daughter of the Carnegie (Mila Kunis) who often tortured his own father. Carnegie and barbaric men certainly will not let Eli get away with it.
Knowing, 2012, The Road, and The Book of Eli were both discussed this issue with the perception of the end times respectively. If Knowing and 2012 more global natural disasters memeparkan scene, then The Road and The Book of Eli were both tells the life of post-disaster devastated the earth. Both are supported by well-known stars. The Road, Viggo Mortensen, while The Book of Eli, played by Denzel Washington. The difference, though both films are equally murky atmosphere, Eli is more enjoyable because the action adventure hero who proved adept at playing machetes and firearms like a cowboy and nomadic warriors. It is reported that the stunt was replaced Denzel refused and chose to learn martial arts students directly from Bruce Lee, Dan Inosanto.
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