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Pine is the young buck opposite old hand Denzel Washington, and the two play off each other with satisfying movie-star bravado.
There are plenty of quick cuts, swirling helicopter shots, and late-period Tony Scott greens, but the movie avoids bombast by clocking in under 100 minutes, and delivering the unpretentious suspense-picture goods. Kirk So many blockbusters get good reviews and audience reactions upon release, only to have their reputations rounded down six months later, after several rounds of internet backlash.
Pine’s early roles traded on his capacity for handsome cockiness, and while Steve Trevor embodies those qualities to some degree, there’s also a bedrock decency that lends him some much-appreciated depth, matching the earnest heroism of Gadot’s Wonder Woman. v=JQoqs Ko JVDw Role: Toby Howard One of the reasons Pine seemed so adrift in many of his early roles is that his screen presence was often processed as teen-idol hunkiness.
But it turns out he has a way with adulthood, as shown in this rock-solid Best Picture sorta-western about a pair of brothers (Pine and an equally strong Ben Foster) knocking over banks as revenge for the institutions’ predatory behavior.
It’s probably not fair to place this movie so high on a Pine list, but he does nail his tiny part, and the rest of the movie is funny and affecting.
may be his best movie simply on the strength of the Stephen Sondheim source material and the cast he assembles to play intersecting fairy-tale characters facing real-life disappointment and hardship.
When a virus threatens to wipe out humanity, Danny (Lou Taylor Pucci), his brother Brian (Chris Pine), and their friends Bobby (Piper Perabo) and Kate (Emily Van Camp) set out across the desert in the Southwest, trying to elude the pandemic.
Over the course of several days, the four friends learn that the darkness within themselves may prove deadlier than any microbe.1 hr 24 min Follow the movie on Facebook Plot Summary When a virus threatens to wipe out humanity, Danny (Lou Taylor Pucci), his brother Brian (Chris Pine), and their friends Bobby (Piper Perabo) and Kate (Emily Van Camp) set out across the desert in the Southwest, trying to elude the pandemic.
As with all of the rebooted Young Star Trek movies, the cast and character chemistry between the time-travel-altered versions of Kirk, Spock, Bones, and all the others is a delight. Pine is not really in the movie so much as he lurks in a single scene for a silent, hilarious cameo.
As Jesse sits with a group of his dude friends talking, the guy at the edge of the group says nothing and eventually starts doing various drugs, until the others all realize that none of them actually know him.
It’s a joke that would probably be more at home in an Adam Mc Kay or David Wain movie, but it works just fine in this more grounded comedy, not least because Pine slips so easily into the rando-dirtbag role.
Pine plays Steve Trevor, WWI soldier and eventual love of Diana’s young life, and his old-fashioned charisma never feels like it’s intruding on her story.
Instead, their scenes together create one of the most heartfelt romantic relationships (however short-lived) in superhero movies, without losing sight of what Diana is there to do.