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Plot Summary:
Ten years after ratting on his old mobster friends in exchange for personal immunity, two hit men drive a hardened criminal to Paris for his execution. However, while on the way, whatever can go wrong, does go wrong.
Director
Stephen Frears
Top Cast
Tim Roth as Myron

John Hurt as Braddock

Terence Stamp as Willie Parker

Jim Broadbent as Barrister


The Hit 1984 720p.BluRay

758.05 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
NR

Subtitles
24.000 fps
1 hr 38 min
Seeds 6.

The Hit 1984 1080p.BluRay

1.45 GB
1920*1080
English 2.0
NR

Subtitles
24.000 fps
1 hr 38 min
Seeds 11.

The Hit review

Reviewed by Quinoa1984

10 / 10

a truly unusual, satisfying crime-cum-road movie
The Hit is a movie that is hard to forget, but if you do you’ll be happy to remember it. It’s the kind of movie that had I seen it in the 1980’s, I would still think back fondly to a moment or two, to the strange sense of inner peace that Terence Stamp’s character Willie Parker has on this ‘road trip’ to his death by the hands of gangsters, or the way that John Hurt’s Braddock wears his sunglasses, or how the chipper Spanish music accentuates scenes with an unusual flavor. We may have seen movies where a criminal, who went ‘rat’ on his former criminal buddies, is discovered years later to finally meet his comeuppance, but it’s hard to think of another quite like this, one that is directed with such an eye for photographic beauty in the Spanish villas and mountains and deserts, or with the dark comedy of the performances.

It’s ostensibly just about that, two criminals (Hurt and Tim Roth) taking a guy like Willie Parker back to meet his maker for what he did. But there’s more to the tale: they stop off at another mate’s flat in Madrid and they take his girl (Laura Del Sol), an innocent, as collateral when they get across the border, and from there it’s about what Braddock will or won’t do, what Roth’s Myron as the young, energetic upstart who could possibly stop Braddock from his path of destruction, and how a weary detective (Fernando Rey, who has not a line of dialog) follows along the trail of violence and bloodshed. It’s about this without ever having to push the dialog in explanation too much: only in the last third, when we hear Willie’s reasons for being so… comfortable with his position as a kidnapped wanted man, that the screenplay stops to add words.

It’s fairly dramatic and contemplative on what it is to be a criminal, how to be as you are with a gun pointed at someone or committing violence or acting all like a bad-ass. There’s this conflict we see especially between the three characters of Willie, Myron and Braddock, where one is just along for the ride, with some gallows humor so to speak (“I’ll just get back in the car then?), one is just fine getting his thousand dollars for his first ever job, but will stop his superior if need be, and the other is quiet and calm, like a refugee from a Jim Jarmusch crime film (coincidentally to the Stranger from Limits of Control Hurt was also in that mystery movie), but is professional to a degree. Frears lets the actors open up the material as he opens up the scope and environments they inhabit: it’s not about the standard plot, but about what the characters are about.

I may have made The Hit to sound ponderous or pretentious, but it really isn’t. It’s a very entertaining and surprising ride we take, where conventions are eschewed for that feeling of anything-is-possible on the road. There’s some laughs, there’s some thrills, and an ending that is not predictable despite it following a formula going all the way back to 1940’s film noir. It’s an underrated gem from British crime lore that should be seen by anyone on the lookout for something different from the genre, or for something unexpected from the actors (Roth’s being his screen debut).Read More