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Bastille Day (2016)

Director: James Watkins

Cast:Idris Elba, Richard Madden, Kelly Reilly

Review Author: Adam

Rating: 2/5 cans of seriously light beer.

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The Best Popcorn Action Flick You Can Get: Bastille Day

Sean Briar, played by Idris Elba will do anything to stop terrorist attack on Bastille Day. Bastille Day, or the national day of France is threatened by attack of terrorist cell and when Sean gets the Intel on it, he goes into full throttle mode to stop it.

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Bastille Day

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Between ‘Zootropolis’ and ‘The Jungle Book’ you’d be forgiven for thinking that Idris Elba had completely abandoned live action films for animations and voice performances. 512 more words

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Bastille Day Review: A disappointingly mediocre action-thriller that squanders Idris Elba's talent

I had promise for ‘Bastille Day’ and really wanted it to be a solid action thriller. I by no means expected it to be one of the best films of the year but I wanted a more suspenseful and fun film than I got. 503 more words


Bastille Day - Movie Review

Luther and Robb Stark running around Paris. I mean, that should work shouldn’t it.

Bastille Day is a film directed by James Watkins and stars Idris Elba, Richard Madden, and Kelly Reilly in a film that follows Elba and Madden’s characters as they try to clear Richard Madden’s pickpockets name. 335 more words

Bastille Day (2016)

Stars: Idris ElbaRichard MaddenKelly ReillyCharlotte Le Bon

Director: James Watkins

What we have here is what, no doubt, Idris Elba’s agent thought would be the perfect vehicle for his client which would put him in the driving seat (ahem) to be the next James Bond.   431 more words

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One Mann's Movies Film Review: Bastille Day

‘B’ for ‘Bastille’;  ‘B’ for ‘B-movie’

Idris Elba plays “reckless and irresponsible” American CIA operative Sean Briar who is one step ahead of the French police in getting to the bottom of a fatal terrorist bombing in Paris.  658 more words

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