Domino Harvey was born into a life of wealth and privilege, but that wasn’t the life she wanted. Leaving her modeling career and socialite family behind, Domino becomes a bounty hunter and joins an unusual gang of degenerates to hunt down and capture felonious bail jumpers.
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Tony Scott's most unfairly savaged film: the one where the style most fits the content, where the crass elements are most clearly satirical, and where the shifting interplay between reality and media make for a cheeky look at a world drowning in pop culture. Seeing it for the first time yesterday, I'm not sure why this was so hated when it came out in theaters. Then again, I had pause button. 4 out of 5 stars.
Almost unbearable, pointless, epileptic, artsy-fartsy action crap from Ridley Scott's less talented little brother.
It seems like an enormous deal of pretentiousness, self-indulgence and lack of taste runs in the family.
Choppy and exasperating trash.
This is a very underrated film from Tony Scott. Keira Knightly gives the performance of her career and I'm not even that fond of her as an actress but she is really fucking badass in this movie. This movie is incredibly badass.
Fast paced and frenzied, Scott's storytelling leaves a little to be desired but the sleaze, the expected kinetic editing and some inspired soundtrack choices more than make up for this and it's refreshing to see Knightley cast against type too. Verdict? A blast, if frequently a murky one.