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Out of gritty depths and urban dreams comes 2011's "Stand Off," the relentless gun-toting, slam-bang action ride written and directed by Blinky maestro Chris Notarile ("Methodic").Bank Jobs and large scores are what sit within the sights of the Executives...a team of high class thieves who not only know the rhythms and motions for performance; they've studied them through the most available outlet for contemporary education.Film.As road smart Police Officer Cole (Roberto Lombardi) and his partner (Kasey Williams) track the case, the Executives are revealed to be a squad of buxom femme fatales; realist Sims (Ella Jane New), headstrong Tess (Kerri Miller), rookie Youngblood (Kim Santiago) and Fox (Mandy Evans), the broiled sociopath leader.All's well for the Executives, coming off a successful job...until a connection's made that brings a minigame changing revelation to light. The cops are onto them for the first time since their inception three years ago...and the only explanation is a traitor in their midst. Actually the women search themselves in a desperate situation, facing one other as the police bear down on them...caught in a web of deceit, betrayal, hatred and bloodshed.What makes the movie interesting from the get-go and as you receive into it is the fact that it begins with large aspirations. Large concepts of an epic urban sprawl encapsulating the cops and their vicious hunt for the more notoriously efficient heist aficionados they've come across.However, as the movie goes along, it chooses to tip at this larger world...and instead takes refuge for the majority of the time in the hideout of the Executives as they receive trapped in a stalemate that quickly turns into a morality play.In a weird way, while the plot constructs this notion of the Executives taking hints from crime cinema, this very motive for technique seems to have impacted them more than educating them on how to pull a heist...it's outright infected their globe views and how they show themselves to one another.The women are testing parts, even for every other, like the very actors they must've studied. The masks we wear, the parts we enjoy for any possible scenario to ensure we come out of it successful or on top or alive.At each turn, one or more of the women is trying to throw the focal mission onto other to avoid the cross-hairs...and it's as if they're subconsciously testing out a movie fantasy that all their education created for them.Without a doubt, Mandy Evans and Roberto Lombardi own leadership of the cast with brilliant performances that are brilliant in various ways.Mandy is absolutely bombastic and chilling as Fox and most likely turns in the film's single greatest performance. She is so much more distant and internal compared to her criminal cohorts and you can honestly trust it when it's told that she's seen things in her life that would haunt and destroy anyone else. She has a sense of dominance that flat out demands focus in the scene...even existentially, to the mission where she refuses to let the movie to off her until it's on her terms. And unlike the another Executives, she doesn't compromise her position. Her targets are singular and the only thing she cares about is 'the Executives' as a concept, if not necessarily those currently in the ranks with her. She's brutal but with a touch of sadness and femininity, ringing echoes of Linda Hamilton.Roberto's performance is more understated. The film's headliners are the ladies and he's aware of that. He downplays it to help them. And yet, his charm as Cole is infectious enough that even the 'Executives' let him the floor long enough for him to receive a notable performance in. There are things that the boy can do with his eyes and his body language that seem like a strange hybrid fusion of caricature and grounded development. He's over the top in a method that is beautifully not over the top and I really liked the approach.Everyone in the subsequent cast does a terrific job with what they have. Following as second fiddle to Mandy, Kerri Miller is really the bedrock of the Executive group. She's the one that I now trust in the most when it comes to her reactions to any given situation. She doesn't miss a beat, keeping up with each twist and turn in a human manner that's fully convincing.Kasey, Ella and Kim fill in the texture of the cast and bring forth the film's female dominance from three various perspectives.Logos, Ethos and Pathos.Kasey is the logos, or logic...utilizing this trait as a capable officer who tracks the Executives through clues, difficult facts and with sound mind. She represents the intellectual woman.Ella is the ethos, or character...she attempts to defuse the case between her teammates, bringing them back to the realm of rationality and ethics. She represents the motherly woman.Kim is the pathos, or passion...hot tempered, hyper-sexual and rash all wrapped up in a superb package. She represents the primal woman.The cinematography is reasonably gritty; the color pallet toned down to mirror the morally gray zone to which Notarile is leading us into. His camera work, given that this movie was shot before "Choice," is a tiny more raw than in that short film...but given the topics matter, it's not only forgivable but commendable. It fits with the style he's attempting and it works."Stand Off" is a wonderfully contemporary throwback to early 90s crime dramas; the sense of dystopia cityscapes, subterfuge and bloodbaths are nearly in excellent harmony with "Reservoir Dogs" and another movies of a related nature. It's a piece of crime grit that touches a contemporary nerve...fusing into a display of dynamic characters, genuine suspense and humanity at its most raw.
The second Blinky Productions detail movie that is a wild and mind grinding film. Within the movie, the main characters are a group of five girls that have combined their talents and test ways from movies (bank robbery movies) to rob banks throughout Fresh Jersey, however, after a cop finds them their believe between every another fades leading into a Mexican Stand-Off. From the begin of the movie you are introduce to the gang's leader Fox (Mandy Evans) who is going to her hot-shot squad member who has gone to far in Fox's plan. Fox is a hero who has a target and has no interest in diverging from the plan, her ways are easy but with any sign of disinterest or advance from the plan, she will count as a betrayal and have her teammate killed. Even though she may seem harsh, it isn't a pleasure of hers like the Joker, she has a bond with her friends/ squad and when its time for a ex-player, she will slay the person with a heartbreak and tear. When it comes to the middle of the movie when the cop is caught and the stand off begins, you are then stuck right in the middle of the questioning of who might have done it. The positive is that the storyline gives the audience enough evidence to place yourself in the chair of who might have done it. Was it the Rookie? The van driver, where the tracer was found? Or was it the long time founding member of the Executives? For a nice half-hour this is played off. Actually to many this can be too long and some will be saying, "Come on say us already," but stories need this kind of storyline saying and then when it is revealed you are immediately in a state of, "wow." The trouble is that once the stand-off is coming to a close and the suspects are winding down, the person is beginning to be presented more obvious and the end plan is... Okay. In my private opinion, the movie is a nice movie if you are into long played out film. I like to look over each questionable moment and think to myself who might have done it. I began to look over this movie and saw the hero development unrole and thought of the words from the film's director, Chris R. Notarile - "... Write male characters and have girls read the roles." This is a though I have thought of sense then (from 2012), and whenever I see a film from then where the female characters are shown, they are finished stereotypical girls with their breast out and being the background cute face, I am thrown off the movie's storyline and think to myself, "why?". Actually in this instance when the females are lead characters, they are treated properly. They aren't ladies with the wide-open eyes to death and screaming at the top of their lungs, they are power girls that have their targets and aren't scared to slay to live. They are finished opposites from Lara Croft in Tomb Raider (2013), where she is innocent turned bad-ass, they are bad- ass from the begin to finish and this is a nice factor... even though I like Lara too.
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