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  • From the point on and this time Washington acting milestone in the standards, but despite that still only game Washington is always interesting to be witnessed

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      Opened with the explosion of a bomb which a ferry was sailing in the Mississippi river. Is known that 534 passengers consisting of the U.S. Navy sailors recently will celebrate the feast of Mardi Gras with his family, killed in the shootings. It appears ATF agent Doug Carlin who is investigating the incident, assisted by an FBI agent named Andrew Pryzwarra. Andrew own assigned by the head of FBI New Orleans, Jack McReady diligence to investigate the bomb explosion cases. So, Doug Andrew cooperating to help him. In fact, the FBI together with the engineers such as Denny’s, Gunnars, and Shanti, has developed a technology that can see the incident four days ago. Through this technology, Doug can finally know the identity of the terrorist named Carroll Oerstadt. Terrorist Games this can eventually be caught, then McReady determined that the case has been closed. However, Doug curious about the relationship between Oerstadt with Claire Kuchever, a woman

      was found killed not far from the scene. Doug increasingly curious and want to save lives Claire is believed to be victim for Oerstadt barbaric action, and who actually did Claire and Doug with the FBI `engine` action can stop the terror Oerstadt?

      This is the film that marks the reunion of Tony Scott with Denzel Washington, Jerry Bruckheimer, and Val Kilmer. Yah, Tony Scott has collaborated several times with Bruckheimer from Top Gun to Enemy of The State. Meanwhile, Washington each has three times in cooperation with Bruckheimer and Scott, so also the case with Kilmer. In Deja vu, Washington (Man on Fire, Inside Man) role of ATF agent, Doug Carlin, while FBI agent Andrew Pryzwarra performed by Val Kilmer (Kiss Kiss Bang Bang). FBI head Jack McReady performed by Bruce Greenwood (I, Robot), while the mysterious woman, Claire Kuchever by Paula Patton (London, Hitch), which reminds us of his face on Halle Berry, plus Adam ...


      • Goldberg (A Beautiful Mind) and Elden Henson ( `She’s All That) as two FBI technicians, and Dennis Gunnars. What is surprising emergence Jim Caviezel (The Passion of The Christ) that portray the terrorist leaders Games, Carrol Oerstadt. As a note, first at the beginning of his career, Caviezel was receiving a small role in his film production Bruckheimer, The Rock.

        Tony Scott as usual to make this film with his typical cirri from the game camera and music venues, which beat by Harry Gregson-Williams (Kingdom of Heaven, Domino). However, Scott left the game a little camera and editing is not common that show he was in his two previous works, Man on Fire and Domino. David Scott is also making style more similar this time when he made Enemy of The State, which starred Will Smith and Gene Hackman. From the point on and this time Washington acting milestone in the standards, but despite that still only

        game Washington is always interesting to be witnessed. May be appropriate highlighted is showing its share of Val Kilmer in the role of big slap and made by Jim Caviezel in this movie. Meanwhile, in terms of story, despite its core story about the time machine, yet with a touch of the style of Scott and Bruckheimer to make this movie feels a little different in terms of making it.

        Overall, Deja Vu can be an interesting spectacle for the moviegoers. Stories about the time machine never lost by the time, despite the core story of this movie is very familiar, seemingly through the style of director Scott and the game on from Washington, this movie can still attract the audience to witness it. As a note, Scott was recording the city New Orleans after disaster by the hurricanes Katrina, and one thing, ending this movie gives the actual meaning of Deja Vu, does not believe? Watch it…




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