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Red Sparrow online free is an intelligence movie with the good acting part. It is not an action movie like it seems to be. This is a good psychological thriller, sometimes cold and rough. Jennifer Lawrence’s performance is amazing. You can feel all of that energy, fury, passion, and struggle. The movie is about spying, tricks, strategy, betrayal, sex. Red Sparrow is a provocative movie with the unexpected ending. So If you like thrillers, movies about spying and want to up the adrenaline in your blood – I would recommend you to watch.

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Review Red Sparrow by Katieboaen – Decent film that holds your attention

First off, I don’t necessarily think Jennifer Lawrence’s accent is terrible. It’s different from what we’re used to hearing from her and it obviously takes a little time to adjust. After a while, you don’t notice it.

I was extremely excited for this film and about an hour in, I was getting bummed because it felt so slow and dull. However, everything ties together in the last 45 min or so and makes up for the slower development. It’s entertaining and captivating to watch once you get all the establishing details out of the way. The action picks up and most of your questions are answered.

Also, I think James Newton Howard knocked it out of the park with the score.

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Review Red Sparrow by nyilmaz1973 – Neither a fifty shades of CIA nor Atomic Jennifer

I think the misleading perceptions regarding this film have stemmed from over-ambitious, excess PR which has emphasized the nudity and the violence. There is not much of either in the film. I thought the torture scenes were filmed with a very light touch to the detriment of their reality and the nudity is just a glimpse really. Although the film is longer than usual you are drawn into the story with a great cast and the unexpected turns and twists keep you on your toes. There is one catch though, the film supposedly tells of an era when cold war is over (and social media is prominent as mentioned in one of the dialogues) ,however this is not a spy thriller of our time , but cold war era.In this era Russia does not run “whore houses” as referred to as such in the film, but “troll houses” . Still it is pretty enjoyable especially if you are into old style spy thrillers, so don’t take into account the critics, and just enjoy the film. I just wish they had done overdone the PR, it makes you almost think this is a bad movie, it is not.

If the producers are thinking of a sequel, maybe with a different director and screenplay writer?

Review Red Sparrow by Anurag-Shetty – Didn’t quite live up to my expectations.

Red Sparrow tells the story of Dominika Egorova (Jennifer Lawrence). Dominika is a ballerina who joins a secret organization within the Russian army. Here she learns the art of, using her body to get what she wants. In her first assignment, she has to target C.I.A. agent, Nate Nash (Joel Edgerton).

Red Sparrow is a good film. Director Francis Lawrence has had another successful collaboration with Jennifer Lawrence after, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013), The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1(2014) & The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2(2015). However, this movie drags from time to time. It’s classified as a suspense thriller but, there is nothing suspenseful or thrilling happening for the most part of the film. The performances are the highlight of the movie. Jennifer Lawrence is flawless as Dominika Egorova. Lawrence gives us another hard-hitting performance, after Mother! (2017). Joel Edgerton is brilliant as Nate Nash. Matthias Schoenaerts is spectacular as Vanya Egorov. Charlotte Rampling is amazing as the Matron. Mary-Louise Parker is impressive as Stephanie Boucher. Ciaran Hinds is effective as Zakharov. Joely Richardson is awesome as Nina Egorova. Bill Camp is effective as Marty Gable. Jeremy Irons is outstanding as General Korchnoi. Red Sparrow is not a must watch. However, watch it if you’re a fan of intense films & Jennifer Lawrence.

Review Red Sparrow by Zerkoto – Absolute masterpiece

To start with, pay no mind to the people who reviewed this title with low rating. I don’t want to become too salty over this topic, but nowadays people are watching too much movies without a deeper meaning or thought and that’s why their brains shrinked and can’t get the full meaning and idea of Red Sparrow. I was literally laughing while reading through these reviews and couldn’t resist but to write a true review, showing the opinion of someone who understood the plot and consept of this movie.

Now on-topic – Red Sparrow is an absolute masterpiece. Every single step, every single move and action here comes from a deeply engineered plot which is revealed only at the last few minutes of the film. Literally, throughout the whole film, you can’t surely tell which side Jennifer Lawrence is playing for. It’s design is one of the best in the political drama genre. The thriller part is also very well inscribed throught all the bloody scenes and breath-stopping moments. The ending of the film comes completely unexpected. This is one of those films, which will stay for a long time in your head because it is a lot more than simple CGI effects.

The film-effects are beyong what I have expected! Jennifer Lawrence did absolutely great in her acting! She proved to be a high quality actress who is not afraid of showing her body and did it with confidence which is hard to describe. I am glad that we are living in times where the real and shocking truth is not hidden and can be exposed using a lot of modren filming technology. Unlike 50 shades and some other lame productions (porn), here nudity is something which contributes to the film’s atmosphere and is used not like a senseless sexual element.

I deeply recommend watching this title if you are a person who uses his brain as well his eyes. The only negative thing that I could say is that, this film might leave you with a little unrealistic image for Russia. It’s portraying probably the worst time period for that great country and a lot has changed ever since then. Always keep in mind that it’s showing the period of the fall for the Soviet Union and not modren-days Russia!

Review Red Sparrow by Alexander_Blanchett – Recycled story with some good aspects

Its nothing we haven’t seen before, in fact we get those films about female super agents now basically annually. Last year Charlize Theron gave us the “Atomic Blonde” and while that was pretty original in its execution, “Red Sparrow” is rather classical story telling. Its not a bad film at all, in fact it had many fine aspects and nice tension but it was also flawed. A bunch of british or american actors acting with russian accents – yeah it was irritating. Jennifer Lawrence still gave a pretty decent performance, at least most of the time. She had some nice scenes to showcase her talent. I also liked Joel Edgerton who was not as colorless as I expected. Because usually the male lead in those films is colorless. Charlotte Rampling was terribly wasted and underused. Its the kind of roles he used to play before her Oscar nomination and now she continues with it. Matthias Schoenearts was doing his very best to give his one dimensional role some life. Jeremy Irons was fine, especially towards the ending. Mary-Louise Parker was terrible. The film had some continuity issues for which I mostly blame director Francis Lawrence. I did not feel that this was the right project for him. Also I did not see the reason for it being so overlong. You could have easily cut it to a 2 hours running time. Also the screenplay was often not too believable. Or the mix of the rather weakish direction made it not always believable. What I liked were the twists and some smart turns. Lawrence also makes the film interesting as it was a brave turn for her. Nothing new but besides the running time quite enjoyable.

Review Red Sparrow by austin0731 – Decent spy thriller with brutal gore and action

Red Sparrow came as a surprise to me, after not being particularly intrigued by the promotional material and coming out to negative reviews it ended up being quite good. Not to say that it was amazing in any ways but it really just was a decent spy thriller with hard R violence and gore, certain scenes of the movie was completely cringing to behold. Nonetheless, I was surprised by the good time that I actually had with Red Sparrow.

Obviously, it isn’t groundbreaking in any ways and the normal conventions of a spy thriller was used but seeing as it was just well acted and intriguing viewers can be hooked into the story and buy into the quote on quote twist at the end of the film. Because of Jennifer Lawrence’s brilliant portrayal this film actually is a good watch.

Red Sparrow also takes several bold choices, really pushing the envelope in some cases when it comes to its sex and violence. But in this case, I think it worked, it wasn’t just to get some sort of audience reaction but rather served a purpose of telling this brutal story and the harsh conditions that are faced by Jennifer Lawrence’s character.

Well executed, filmed and acted resulting in a fairly decent film in which audiences could forgive its lack of a meaningful story.

Review Red Sparrow by Takethispunch – Nothing great

Prima ballerina Dominika Egorova faces a bleak and uncertain future after she suffers an injury that ends her career. She soon turns to Sparrow School, a secret intelligence service that trains exceptional young people to use their minds and bodies as weapons. Egorova emerges as the most dangerous Sparrow after completing the sadistic training process. As she comes to terms with her new abilities, Dominika meets a CIA agent who tries to convince her that he is the only person she can trust.

Review Red Sparrow by Thomas Drufke – Not Black Widow

A lot of people were making the instant comparison to the Marvel character Black Widow, and by the way the trailers were positioning this movie, I don’t really blame them. However, there aren’t a whole lot of similarities between the two besides the fact that the names consist of a color and an animal/creature. Red Sparrow is much more in the vein of a pure spy thriller than it is an action/spy/thriller. If I’m not mistaken, Jennifer Lawrence’s character, Dominika, never throws a punch, besides one or two in defense. Dominika deploys a far more psychological and seductive approach to her enemies, and it actually ends up working quite well.

I know some people questioned Jennifer Lawrence’s devotion to the X-Men franchise after she “mailed in” her performance in apocalypse. I just don’t think there was a whole lot for her to do in that role, but I never questioned her ability to act or her motivation to do so. Well, she undeniably goes for it in Red Sparrow. This isn’t a typical role for her, physical and emotionally difficult, all while doing an entirely new accent. However, she makes it look easy and for the most part, leads a thrilling film.

I will say, one of the faults of Red Sparrow is a common fault among spy/thriller/mysteries, which is the constant feeling that they need to keep one-upping every scene towards the finale. There are quite a few exciting twists that occur in the last act, but at 2hrs and 20min, it does feel like one too many at a certain point. The film can also get relatively slow at times and while the story is interesting and worth telling, you could make the argument it’s more style than substance at times. I was never bored and it isn’t exactly what I expected, but it’s certainly not something we haven’t seen before. That’s good enough for me.

Review Red Sparrow by rijroy1962 – Jennifer Lawrence becomes a Russian Spy

OK – you are either going to love this movie or hate it – there will be no middle ground! If you are looking for an “old fashion spy movie” well this is not the one for you.

Its more about how someone is moulded into a spy, i.e.: sexual violence – rape and attempted rape, abuse (verbal and physical). Mind games.

The movie does deliver on the thriller side, because you never know until the end on which side of the fence she is on… Is she a Russian spy working for the “Motherland” and as such, working all the angles to get what her superiors sent her to get (information on the high level mole in the Russian government) or is she a double agent? Can you trust her? Should you be trusting her? Is she playing you?

If you take it for what it is worth and don’t try to over analyse everything – “are the accents truly Russian or a bad imitation, etc”. It will be a very pleasurable experience although 2 hours long.

Review Red Sparrow by Jhawkinson – A true Spy film. If your looking for Kingsman, look elsewhere!

Okay, I like the genre in all its forms, but I am particularly pulled towards the more gritty spy films demonstrating what looks much more believable than James Bond films.

Red Sparrow isn’t the best films I have seen of its type, and, to be honest, the “twist” actually confuses the average viewer since her actions seem incongruent with the expected plot line. What I mean is in “Sixth Sense,” even without the “twist” the story worked. In Red Sparrow, it doesn’t work as well.

As I am finishing the book, I find much of the confusion is all of the films making, and not a failure in the book. Without giving anything away, the director chose to have Dominika’s thoughts completely hidden. Without any confidant, or narration, Dominika’s motivations are simply inscrutable. This would be okay, but some of her actions, without context, are just plain confusing. Sure, if you pay attention, when you leave the movie you can tie it (mostly) together, but still the twist isn’t worth the confusion.

I would love to talk the team to understand why they changed some fundamental elements from the book for what appears (to me) just because. Some of it is, naturally, to save film time, but her choices of killing instead of destroying careers (in the beginning), just don’t save time, or add anything to the story. In context of the book, it could be explained because of her character’s childhood rages, but that aspect of Dominika are not even discussed. In the book one of the main concepts of Dominika is her ability to see colors for everything (which makes her an excellent at understanding people). In the movie, its just a one line throwaway.

No, all this said, is rather besides the point. As a “real spy film,” where people are people, and not just cardboard ideologies, this is a good entry. It is well paced, and enjoyable to watch. It isn’t “Kingsman,” “True Lies,” or even an action film. It is a Spy thriller, and it fills that role fine.

I’m deducting one star just because the “twist” should have been part of the standard flow, and improved the movie continuity. The movie not narrating or giving her a confident to leave her motives opaque is needed for the “twist,” but it could have been handled better and delivered a more even movie.

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