Mord In Louisiana


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Gucken. Gerade scheint auch ein paar STAR WARS B-Kopien, gut.

Mord In Louisiana

Dave Robicheaux (Tommy Lee Jones) in einer Szene des Krimis „In the Electric Mist - Mord in Louisiana”. Foto: Dawn Jones/ZDF/ARTE/dpa. Dave, Detective im Bundestaat Louisiana, jagt einen brutalen Serienkiller, der bereits mehrere Frauen auf dem Gewissen hat. Auf der Rückfahrt von einem Tatort trifft er auf den Hollywood-Star Elrod Sykes, der sich zu Dreharbeiten in der Gegend. Mord in Louisiana ist ein französisch-amerikanisches Kriminaldrama von Bertrand Tavernier aus dem Jahr Die Handlung beruht auf dem Kriminalroman.

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Dave, Detective im Bundestaat Louisiana, jagt einen brutalen Serienkiller, der bereits mehrere Frauen auf dem Gewissen hat. Auf der Rückfahrt von einem Tatort trifft er auf den Hollywood-Star Elrod Sykes, der sich zu Dreharbeiten in der Gegend. Mord in Louisiana ist ein französisch-amerikanisches Kriminaldrama von Bertrand Tavernier aus dem Jahr Die Handlung beruht auf dem Kriminalroman. Mord in Louisiana. ()1 Std. 52 Min Brutal tötet ein Serienkiller junge Frauen in den Sümpfen Louisianas. Zur selben Zeit entdeckt ein Schauspieler. talaldfelmagad.eu - Kaufen Sie In the Electric Mist - Mord in Louisiana günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und. In the Electric Mist – Mord in Louisiana - der Film - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung | talaldfelmagad.eu Mord in Louisiana (In the Electric Mist): Thriller von Michael Fitzgerald/​Frédéric Bourboulon mit John Goodman/Mary Steenburgen/James Gammon. Dave Robicheaux (Tommy Lee Jones) in einer Szene des Krimis "In the Electric Mist - Mord in Louisiana". Foto: Dawn Jones/ZDF/ARTE/dpa.

Mord In Louisiana

Dave Robicheaux (Tommy Lee Jones) in einer Szene des Krimis „In the Electric Mist - Mord in Louisiana”. Foto: Dawn Jones/ZDF/ARTE/dpa. Dave, Detective im Bundestaat Louisiana, jagt einen brutalen Serienkiller, der bereits mehrere Frauen auf dem Gewissen hat. Auf der Rückfahrt von einem Tatort trifft er auf den Hollywood-Star Elrod Sykes, der sich zu Dreharbeiten in der Gegend. Mord in Louisiana ist ein französisch-amerikanisches Kriminaldrama von Bertrand Tavernier aus dem Jahr Die Handlung beruht auf dem Kriminalroman.

Someone wanted to tell this story well. They assembled what should have been a great cast to tell a haunting story of murder, revenge and redemption.

Unfortunately what they ended up with was a Fantasy Island episode shot in the bayou. Perhaps something profound was lost in the editing process or perhaps Bertrand Tavernier should stick to making films in French.

I really can't put my finger on who ruined this movie perhaps it was a group effort but one thing is certain, they succeeded. I'm always fascinated watching Tommy Lee Jones.

His matter-of-fact manner, his slow drawl, his never-speak-a-word-that-need-not-be-said stoicism works particularly well in this film. There is a really well known veteran cast here and the crime mystery is compelling.

Well done and entertaining film. Of course, Jones upgrades everything he's in. You get immersed in the deep South, with its murky history that has tendrils laced through the present.

The story is a bit disjointed, but it pulls together in the end. It doesn't feel like that was by design, though, which is the primary reason for one star off.

Overall, though, this is a success. Very good acting, immersive cinematography, and a story that ultimately works. And, frankly, Jones could pull off a movie consisting of nothing more than a few guys shoveling dirt from one pile to another, as long as Jones was one of those guys.

Definitely worth your time! And yet, this movie scans like large chunks of the exposition and police procedural have been edited out.

Or never shot at all. Voice-overs move us from one spot in the timeline to the next, with only the pickup moving us along.

Strange, and not that effective. Or not. But the narrative is disjointed and for once, the voice-over is necessary to keep us up with the missing exposition.

The plot is pretty straightforward southern gothic, missing girls turning up dead, body in the bayou, sinister powerful men with accents.

Nothing not seen before. What does set this picture apart is the appearance of a dead Confederate general. I do not get the point of it.

The book must explain it better. Or do the Confederate dead really walk the swamps? And if so, why appear to Tommy Lee Jones?

And would the honorable General approve of Tommy Lee planting evidence, beating suspects, using throw-down guns, breaking and entering, beating John Goodman?

Hard to say. I guess ends, means, justified. Deputy U. This is an odd movie, and not a very successful one. The plot makes little sense, or maybe that parts left out would make it more believable.

Like, ballistics? So why go to all the trouble instead of just disappearing the informant? Ditto shooting a cop from ambush. How much more attention can any perp draw to himself than shooting at the police?

Every law enforcement in Louisiana would converge on the parish and not stop until Murphy Doucet was alligator chow. Goodman is kind of disappointing, a rote performance of a sleazy degenerate that he could do in his sleep.

And the whole production looks like a TV movie. Speaking of movies, the movie-within-a-movie thing is referred to only in passing.

Except for some set trailers, we see nothing of what would be the biggest deal in the parish ever. With Hollywood stars and Mafiosi and all.

Peter Sarsgaard really hung around to finish this unseen movie even after his long-time companion Kelly Macdonald gets killed?

Sarsgaard is pretty blah as the drunk movie star. Todd M. Top Contributor: Cooking. I had a hard time hearing the mumbled words at times. Well Boring is an understatement.

But really boring is what we thought, no subtitles didn't help either could not make head or tail of what Tommy Lee Jones was saying.

Not our best Friday night movie choice, give it a miss or fall asleep you have been warned lol. Very disapointed with this!! Sorry but i cant recommend this, one for the charity shop i think.

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Please try again later. Verified Purchase. And if you'e a fan of the books by James Lee Burke and you should be you'll love this. Burke's character Dave Robicheaux is the protagonist of a series of wonderful fiction by Burke.

New Orleans and Iberia Parrish and Louisiana come alive in his books. He's one of the best authors around of southern fiction.

Please watch this to the end, its really great. I wonder if anyone noticed when they saw this? Just me? Other reviews compare this movie to the masterful novel by James Lee Burke, which is unfair and absurd.

I read the novel twice; it was that good. I was transported for many hours into the murky magical world of Burke's southern Louisiana, deep into its history, experiencing the feelings and sights and sounds through the finely drawn, complex characters fleshed out upon the pages, learning more about history than I ever had in a classroom.

No movie could possibly have done justice to this work of literature at its finest. But this movie doesn't even try. It gets three stars mostly because Tommy Lee Jones manages to squeeze the most out of what he was given to work with, as he always does.

The characters are reduced to stereotypes. The absence of Clete is sorely felt, but I am also relieved not to have been subjected to how this movie would have reduced him to a pale shadow as it did the other characters.

Someone wanted to tell this story well. They assembled what should have been a great cast to tell a haunting story of murder, revenge and redemption.

Unfortunately what they ended up with was a Fantasy Island episode shot in the bayou. Perhaps something profound was lost in the editing process or perhaps Bertrand Tavernier should stick to making films in French.

I really can't put my finger on who ruined this movie perhaps it was a group effort but one thing is certain, they succeeded. I'm always fascinated watching Tommy Lee Jones.

His matter-of-fact manner, his slow drawl, his never-speak-a-word-that-need-not-be-said stoicism works particularly well in this film. There is a really well known veteran cast here and the crime mystery is compelling.

Well done and entertaining film. Of course, Jones upgrades everything he's in. You get immersed in the deep South, with its murky history that has tendrils laced through the present.

The story is a bit disjointed, but it pulls together in the end. It doesn't feel like that was by design, though, which is the primary reason for one star off.

Overall, though, this is a success. Very good acting, immersive cinematography, and a story that ultimately works. And, frankly, Jones could pull off a movie consisting of nothing more than a few guys shoveling dirt from one pile to another, as long as Jones was one of those guys.

Definitely worth your time! And yet, this movie scans like large chunks of the exposition and police procedural have been edited out.

Or never shot at all. Voice-overs move us from one spot in the timeline to the next, with only the pickup moving us along.

Strange, and not that effective.

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