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USA, Japan, South Africa
Crime, Thriller, Action, Mystery
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Daniel Espinosa
Vera Farmiga as Catherine Linklater
Stephen Rider as Richards
Jenna Dover as CIA Analyst
Nora Arnezeder as Ana Moreau
Fares Fares as Vargas
Joel Kinnaman as Keller
Rubén Blades as Carlos Villar
Liam Cunningham as Alec Wade
Ryan Reynolds as Matt Weston
Denzel Washington as Tobin Frost
Tracie Thoms as CIA Analyst
Sam Shepard as Harlan Whitford
Brendan Gleeson as David Barlow
Robert Patrick as Daniel Kiefer
Storyline: Matt Weston ( ) is a CIA rookie who is manning a safe house in Cape Town, South Africa, when Tobin Frost ( ) the CIA's most wanted rogue agent is captured and taken to the safe house. During Frost's interrogation, the safe house is overtaken by mercenaries who want Frost. Weston and Frost escape and must stay out of the gunmen's sight until they can get to another safe house.
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Predictable to the end
This film wasn't all that fresh; we've seen it before in several other films. the Bourne Series, Body of Lies, Green Zone...you name it, there really isn't an original part of this film.

Essentially, Ryan Reynolds plays an aspiring CIA Case Officer who has a dull assignment in South Africa. Meanwhile Denzel Washington meets with an MI-6 contact who gives him a microchip. The MI-6 contact is soon killed and there is a chase scene which forces Denzel to head to the US consulate. It is soon revealed that Denzel's character used to be a CIA Case Officer who "turned traitor" many years ago. When the CIA take Denzel to Reynolds' safehouse, it is promptly attacked by well-trained guys who take out the rest of the CIA team but Reynolds and Washington escape. Several chase scenes ensue, intermixed with scenes of bonding/confrontation between Reynolds and Washington. Add in a girlfriend for Reynolds who doesn't know what sort of work he does and you get the picture.

Obviously, there's someone within the CIA trying to get Denzel and obviously, its one of the big bosses we see at Langley. Obviously, there will be a sort of mentorship between Denzel and Ryan.

Look, this might have been a decent film if they had gone in a different direction, but it's a tired plot line, where evil intelligence agencies get "truth to power" in their faces. Obviously Denzel's character is supposed to be some sort of PFC Manning with Wikileaks. Nothing specific is ever discussed, just "corrupt intelligence officials" from all over the world.

The sideplot with the girlfriend was about as predictable as it gets, from beginning to end.

Then there are the loose ends. Reynolds was on video fighting with police, and he killed and officer...yet he just gets away clean? I don't think that would happen in real life. Had they written a better plot, they could have just avoided the second "fight" with the police at the stadium and it would have not affected the plot...at all.

Anyway, plot aside, the action is hard to follow sometimes as it looks like its being recorded on some guy's iPhone or something.

This really isn't worth going to the theaters for...wait for Netflix or onDemand or something.
doesn't let up the tension. Reynolds & Washington are firmly on the action hero map!
Denzel Washington in a film more or less guarantees it's gravitas and/or watchability; the man is an acting demi-god. Ryan Reynolds is always good for a laugh, good to look at and is very slick but I'd not seen him do mega-action before (Green Lantern doesn't count): CIA agent running tough throwing himself around with die-hard commitment to role ie all physicality and gung-ho! Welcome to Safe House. Oh my goodness what a roller-coaster film. Wish I'd seen it at the cinema on the big screen, and the DVD had been of sufficient quality to not interrupt the flow of action.

The chemistry between Reynolds and Washington is brilliant. At first I thought that being on set with Washington was upping Reynolds' game but soon I realised they were both acting their socks off and the emotion, action, stunts, fight scenes and general all guns blazing and car chases were just superb. Clever, intelligent and twisting plot (okay not totally unpredictable) with clever use of time wobbling to make the story a fraction less linear and not spelling everything out (other than explaining that Hamburg is in Germany and Paris is in France (!)); it didn't treat the audience like idiots, and you had to jog a bit to keep up.

Brilliant film with some really incredible acting... can't emphasise that enough. Brilliant stunts, great fight segments, edge of the seat stuff. Vera Farmiga, Sam Shepherd, Brendan Gleeson and Robert Patrick were also very good, as well as Nora Arnezeder as Reynolds' French girlfriend. A very international film, filmed in South Africa predominantly, about a supposed rogue CIA agent who has a list of world wide agents and their dirty laundry that could compromise many Agencies - about who wants to keep it out of the light of day and what they will do to protect their reputations.

Oh just watch it. If you like Speed-type fast paced action, intelligent plot, Pelican Brief type intrigue and slick fluid acting/direction/script reminiscent of Ronin or Bourne you'll really get a kick out of this. Reynolds and Washington were a powerful on-screen duo. Really entertaining and enjoyable (although stressful and a little uncomfortable at times.) Must see.
Fast-Moving, Entertaining Film!
Safe House, despite some action clichés and predictability, is still a very good action film. It has a large amount of action scenes whether they are car chases or gun battles, but they are well-made. This film actually would work well with the Bourne films since this film is essentially in the same format. Another thing going for this film is starpower. It has two durable, bankable stars in Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds.

Daniel Espinosa's film is about a guy, Matt Weston who works for the CIA and has been housekeeper for a safe house in South Africa. He gets his first real assignment when infamous smuggler and ex-CIA, Tobin Frost ends up at the house. But when the house is breached, Tobin and Matt must become unlikely allies in order to live.

Both Denzel and Reynolds give solid, credible performances. I can't come to expect less for Denzel since he does a great job in every movie he's in. I can't picture Reynolds as an action star, but he does a very good job as Weston.

Overall, this is a solid action film that is very entertaining. I like these kind of movies so I don't care if I have seen this kind of plot before. Of course, Denzel helps since he brings more quality to a film. This film has got it all for action junkies: gun battles, car chases, rogue CIA agents, explosions, shaky camera, etc. This is a really fun film and I rate it 9/10.
I was skeptical when sitting down to watch this film mainly due to the involvement of Ryan Reynolds who isn't exactly on his was to Oscar Glory anytime soon. However I was pleasantly surprised not only by his performance in the film but at how well the film worked as a whole. There was a plot for starters (take note Michael Bay) which didn't seem as far fetched as the majority of films involving government agencies, and the violence did seem fitting to the story on the whole too. Basically the film about a CIA Agent attempting to capture a rogue former agent who is now believed to be selling government secrets. An act which could lead to a huge fallout involving high ranking individuals across the world, and upon trailing the "Baddie" of the film, finds out hes not the only one interested in capturing the information. Denzel Washington does steal this movie and is easily one of the best Hollywood Actors for transitioning between playing hero's and villains so well in different films. The supporting cast too are excellent and although you do kind of guess who is the real rogue agent well before its revealed the action sequences and realistic fight scenes, the majority of which are with fists and guns do seem real enough to make you believe this could be happening. None of that over the top everything exploding and tanks doing wheelies (again take Note Micheal Bay). In Summary, a really decent action movie, surprisingly good actually. Top performances, again surprisingly from Ryan Reynolds who holds his own against Mr Washington. Well Worth a Look.
Nothing really new but a good choice of actors, effects and locations
If you have seen conspiracy flicks like "Enemy Of The State", "The Bourne Identity", "XIII", "Unknown" and so on and so forth, you really won't be surprised by this movie. The story presents nothing new and is about the usual stereotypes: the good one turn out to be the bad ones, the bad ones turn out to be the good ones, the weak ones turn out to be the strong ones and so one. I think you get what I mean. The movie has no big surprises after all.

But if this kind of movie is well done, it can still merit a rating of eight points. I only give six point five and for this site seven points because of the mediocre camera work that was shaking and irritating at some points of the movie.

The rest of the film is quite decent. The locations are interesting and the movie takes place in Cape Town in South Africa and not in Europe or North America. The fighting and action scenes are very well done and with the visual and sound effects in cinema, it's a pleasant entertainment to watch this movie for sure. It's a good flick to change your mind, to relax and to take a break from your everyday life for sure. The acting is also rather good with two strong lead actors that are a very cool Denzel Washington and a sympathetic and determined Ryan Reynolds.

The only little flaw is that I would have liked to know more about both characters, especially about their past and what really led them to do what they actually do in the movie.

The movie simply has not the greatest script to stand out among many other similar flicks but it's still a good film. I would suggest you to rather watch the movies I talked about in my introduction or classics like "I As In Icarus" but if you have seen and liked them all, you will surely appreciate this work, too.
Finally Visible Battle Scars
Much like the "Bourne" films, this movie was very fast paced. There was a substantial amount of action and some outstanding chase and fight scenes. There was not a lot of character development though. A little more of a back-story, especially in relation to Denzel Washington's character, would have been nice. Although several details remained unanswered, most of the credit I give Safe House is in regards to the fight scenes. People get shot, stabbed and beat up left and right. The characters get hurt, and get into even more fights and more hurt. There's no "miraculous healing" between fights like we see in most action movies. I was as worn as these characters were by the end of this movie. Reviewed by AN/NR 02-16-12
Bourne is Safe
Chop, chop, how was this not directed by Tony Scott?

And even though Safe House starred Scott's long-time male interest, Denzel Washington, I'm more referring to the consistent and nauseating zoom-in's and epileptic shaky camera shots. Mercifully, Scott doesn't make the whole experience into a seizure, but this director, Daniel Espinosa nearly shook the film right out of the camera.

He's pretty wet behind the ears, so hopefully with this somewhat unsuccessful box office zturn; he'll step back with more ease in the future.

At any rate, this Bourne-Rip-Off follows smarter-than-thou Washington as Ex-CIA Tobin Frost selling secrets for many years and his own planned capture pits him with newbie, Matt "promote me, damnit!" Weston (Ryan Reynolds) and off they go fighting killers who want a damaging file. Oh, and the duo dead would be nice for the assassins, as well.

Sadly, the CIA's tracking room – the suits who rarely get dirty, that is, mirrored the Bourne films, but completely without energy or a solid performance. In fact, in place of the fantastic Joan Allen from The Bourne Supremacy and Ultimatum was Vera Farmiga's underwhelming and, frankly boring role. This was sad, because of the two recent hits I've noticed her in, Source Code and Up in the Air, I thought she was excellent and I even wanted to go further into her catalog. This setback won't completely deter me, but damn, she was bad.

I only point her out, because of her past great performances. Everyone else, including the lead, Washington, were pretty, well, plain. Heck, even Robert Patrick underperformed and appears to have aged not so well. The one stand out, and this surprised me, was Reynolds. Despite his clichéd character, he did show depth and we could carry on with his plight…again, in spite of his recycled role.

Overall, the movie wasn't as terrible as I'm making it out to be; it did have its moments. It's certainly a no-thinker and the bouncy action was incredibly hard to follow at times and an absolute annoyance, but for staying in on a Thursday when you have no money until the next day's direct deposit, it's worth a viewing. A, as in one, viewing.
Certainly very underrated! Great action thriller! (Spoilers)
*Contains Spoilers*

A great Hollywood entry for Swedish director Daniel Espinosa, after his big hit Snabba cash.

I must say I didn't expect much of this movie, but boy was I surprised. It was a gripping and dynamic action thriller, that wasn't a swing and a miss like many of the Hollywood action titles, that came out in 2012.

Denzel was perfect like always and his part fitted him great, but the actor who really surprised me in this one was Ryan Reynolds. He absolutely gave everything in this movie.. acting wise and action wise. His character had so many transformations throughout the film, that they made my head spin more than those brilliant action sequences made by Espinosa and his crew.

Another cool part were Liam Cunningham, Robert Patrick and Joel Kinnaman's(the next Robocop) cameos, which were placed perfectly and did helped with the slick transitions in the story. Gleeson was cool as always.

Maybe, the only thing that I disliked in the movie was Vera Farmiga's part. Yeah, I must admit her death was important to the story as a whole, but as an individual character, her role was very unimportant and I think that they had to give the part to an less famous actress. That's my opinion.

I must say, this movie is very underrated and I do recommend it to every fan of the action thriller spy genre, because I guarantee that it won't disappoint your expectations. Safe House is an overlooked gem and it is far more interesting and compelling than most of the action attractions from 2012.
Nothing you haven't seen before.
I wanted to like this. I really did. I love Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds is good enough not to be type-casted while still holding onto his own style.

Unfortunately, nothing works here.

This movie is incredibly simple to summarize, due to it's simplicity. Ryan Reynolds plays a caretaker of a Safe House. He's a CIA agent trying to prove himself, and that chance comes when Tobin Frost (Denzel Washington, and the only character who's name I can even remember) is caught through some suspiciously specific circumstances comes his way.

Sounds cool, right? It's not.

Specifically? It's nothing we haven't seen. Corrupt government, predictable plot points and you'll figure out who the bad guy is halfway through the movie, which takes away some of it's sting. It predictably tried to make us think the woman-agent (I don't even know their names) was working against the office but it wasn't, because the movie pressed to much into her "hardass" attitude. It wasn't believable.

The biggest disappointment was the whole plot point, the MOVIE'S TITLE, was barely utilized. I went in expecting a psychological thriller, maybe 60-75% of the movie taking place in the Safe House as Tobin Frost messes with the minds of everyone around him. That's what the trailers implied anyway. I got no such thing.

Instead, the Safe House is broken into within minutes of Frost entering the building. There's a second safe house later in the movie and it, too, serves little point except the placeholder of the climax. All in all? I doubt we get 10 minutes worth of what is supposed to be the movie's title. Frankly, the movie should have been renamed.

Let's not forget that Frost barely proves his reputation, which we get in a quick scene of exposition as it explains that he "rewrote interrogation protocol" or something. At most, he says about four mindscrewing lines to Reynolds' character, and not much happens with it.

It just felt everything this movie was supposed to be was abandoned.

That's what I didn't like. The fight scenes were fine, the actors were fine, even (some of the) writing was fine. But when I left I found it difficult to like this movie.
Weary plot points and quite tiring, only saved by the cast and some moments.
Good premise, heavyweight stars, and lots of action. That's "Safe House" in a nutshell. However, it doesn't deliver all that much due to its heavy clichés but worst of all, they didn't have a good director behind this. My advice for him - and for what I've read his next feature will team Gary Oldman and Tom Hardy - is to watch real movies instead of MTV clips or just the latest releases. One credit behind Daniel Espinoza and Hollywood already thinks he can pull the strings and direct big caliber stars like Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds. And if "Safe House" is a little appealing and good is because of them and the supporting cast with names like Brendan Gleeson, Rubén Blades, Vera Farmiga and Sam Shepard doing a good job.

What's it about? Reynolds is responsible for taking care of one of those safe houses run by CIA to held prisoners that must be kept in secrecy due to their valuable contributions, informations on terrorism. The bad news is that Reynolds is someone who never had much of field action and now he's put into jeopardy when he's assigned in taking care of Frost (Denzel), who is about to be rescued by dangerous types with heavy artillery. Sounds a bit like "3:10 to Yuma" but it's not a western. But both concerns trust issues in face of danger and sometimes the help may come from the least expected person. The agent's mission is to transfer Frost from their uncovered safe house to another safe location, and discover which information the man is hiding.

Nothing new but a little fun to watch. Tiresome, rushed, confusing and mumbled with its few words (awful sound editing/mixing), "Safe House" has some inspired moments (the dumb mistake committed by the agent in the stadium, which resulted in a great sequence; the house fight towards its conclusion, just to mention a few) but that's that. A movie this huge should be more ambitious instead of being shallow and bland, lacking of intelligence, and surrounded with predictable parts. And it's a strange action flick that generates more sympathy with its "villain" than for its dramatic hero. Washington easily steals the show from Reynolds (one of the very few roles of his I didn't care much for him.) and he's the reason why you should watch this film.

Couldn't end this without a minor rant about the terrible editing. Action means following the action, not necessarily being the action. We need to see what's going on, eyes were made to see, analyze, view and not just go up and down, back and forth trying to understand what's going on. Espinosa and many other young (sometimes even veteran) directors fail to comprehend that. No planning, just a bunch of shaky camera held by someone suffering from delirium tremens and they think you have a movie. No, you don't have a movie. Almost there... 6/10
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