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A former elite agent (Statham) takes on a two-tier mission rescue a Chinese girl who has been abducted by the Triads, then use a highly desired safe combination to outwit the Russian Mafia, corrupt NYC officials, and the Triads themselves.
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revolution1991 (15 May 2013)
Over the past couple of years I've grown a liking to Statham. He's athrowback to the old days of action movies of the 80's and 90's andthis films is a throwback itself. He's made plenty of great movies(Crank, The Transporter, The Mechanic). Out of all his films thisprobably is around the middle for me, its better than films like DeathRace and Killer Elite in my opinion. Safe is well done in terms of goodaction,interesting story and its well paced. One of the things I didn'tlike is how the film takes some twists and turns which kind of makesthe films plot a little convoluted. But other than that the movies notbad,if your a fan of Statham i'd give it a watch. I personally thinkits a good movie you can watch more than once just to kill some timewhen your bored or when your craving some action.Overall: 6.5/10
Leofwine_draca (15 May 2013)
SAFE marks another step up the career ladder for action star JasonStatham, who also made 2012's above-average KILLER ELITE with CliveOwen and Robert De Niro. SAFE steps away from the teen-friendly hijinksof THE TRANSPORTER and DEATH RACE in favour of a more focused andrealistic storyline which sees Statham and his young charge (newcomerCatherine Chan, and very good she is too) on the run in New York fromnot only the Russian and Chinese mafia but the city's police force,too! The film works as pure action spectacle, with never a flagging moment.Statham growls and spits his dialogue, headbutts bad guys with abandon,and shoots his way through a small army in his attempts to save Chanfrom harm. It's a bit like THE MAN FROM NOWHERE, eschewing all thatfilm's careful build-up and painstaking plot progression in favour ofmore breakneck action bits and scenes of Statham throwing guys throughwindows.Statham provides a masterclass in thuggery, while the action,refreshingly free of the shaky-cam for once, is masterful and exciting.There are some nice supporting turns from the likes of DRAG ME TOHELL's Reggie Lee as the bad guys, along with former leading man RobertJohn Burke (DUST DEVIL) nowadays unrecognisable thanks to the ageingprogress.Of course, SAFE will never win awards, and those who don't "get" actionfilms will give it the cold shoulder. On the other hand, those of uswho remember the good old days when Van Damme and Seagal were churningout hit after hit will probably enjoy it.
Treyroo (10 May 2013)
You're a man with no friends left in the world thinking about doingyourself and your enemies a favor and ending your life. Moments beforeyou can carry out your plan, however, you see a young girl in need ofyour help. Do you go to her aid? If your answer is no, you justshortened this movie by about 98%.When we first meet Luke Wright (played by Jason Statham), he's won amixed martial arts bout that the Russian mob "encouraged" him to lose.An easy enough task given the fact that he already had a losing record.After they assault him, he believes the worst is behind him. Thatproves to be false when he returns home to find members of the sameRussian mob have killed his girlfriend (or wife, I'm not entirely sureand the information sources I've checked are silent on the matter).Rather than kill him, he's left as the prime suspect in the homicideand told to leave the mob's territory. On the other side of the world,a ten year- old Chinese student named Mei (played by Catherine Chan inher first feature film) demonstrates an exceptional gift forremembering numbers regardless of length or complexity. When the natureof her gift becomes common knowledge in her hometown, she becomes theward of a local businessman with consent of her father whose hands arefull thanks to her mother's serious illness. The businessman is amember of the Triads, Chinese organized crime for those who areunfamiliar, and intends to use her gift in America in lieu of writtenor computer files, as both can be seized by law enforcement. In time,they trust her unflinchingly and ask her to remember a very long numberand relay it to the Russians who will give her another number to bringback. But when her escorts are shot en route to the Russians, she runsand they chase her. She makes it to the subway where a despondent Luke(Statham) subdues her pursuers and makes himself the one man in NewYork who the Triads, the Russians, and the NYPD officers on theirpayroll all want dead.Now, I like Jason Statham. While I don't own copies of any film ineither the Transporter series or the Crank series, I do own do own DVDsof The Mechanic and Death Race despite the fact that both filmsreceived generally negative reviews from the majority of critics.However that might reflect on my credibility, I thought that this was avery entertaining action film.
Jonathan Dingsdale (10 May 2013)
I decided to watch Safe after feeling a little bored with the big nameclassic action films and wanting something new.I was woefully underwhelmed by a lot of aspects to this movie.That said there are some good points that I'm going to start off makingand eventually end on. Like a bad news sandwich. Statham was perfect inhis role as Luke, he brought the poorly written and developed characteran edge that was borderline heroic in the surroundings of this poorlyshot travesty.Which brings me to my first bad point, the camera-work was nothing lessthan infuriating. I found myself genuinely angry in every single actionsequence, regardless of whether it were a hand to hand fight sequence,a gun battle or a car chase. The shot flicks about more times than youcan count and I found myself with absolutely no idea who was dead, whowas alive and who was punching who. I understand this is to attempt tocreate a heightened sense of involvement but it makes them nighimpossible to understand. This is perfectly displayed during the gunbattle prior to Statham opening the safe. Every time I saw someone gethit I had no idea who it was. The point where there were breaks in theaction I was consciously checking how many of the cops were remaining.I should know at any point in the sequence how many of them are left orthere's no tension and I ultimately don't care about what's happeningon screen.I could continue but I'll move on.There were various plot points that made absolutely no sense to mewhatsoever. I'll use the aforementioned gun battle as an example tokeep spoilers down. The fight itself is moronic, these top police namesbasically walk into a den of some kind (I think it was a casino but atthis late stage I was basically in a coma) and shoot the place up, thenwalk off with a fat bag of money. Not one of them stops and says "hangon, what if someone asks us what are in these large suspicious bagswe're carrying, what if they ask us why we conducted a raidunauthorized, with no backup whatsoever, as 5 of the top cops in theNYPD and 1 ex cop who should be jailed for firearms offenses." As I saythis is just one of many examples I could make but once again, I'll cutmyself short for the sake of some last hope towards brevity.I didn't care about any of the characters. The girl isn't on screenenough to make me care about her, and she mostly comes across as arude, arrogant and unintelligible know it all due to speaking mandarinhalf the time and generally just being a prick to people holding a gunin her face. Statham, as much as he performed well, was written as therogue with the heart of gold by someone hemorrhaging from the brain,apparently. The only time this comes across is his inexplicable andborderline paedophilic longing to save an 11 year old girl who heessentially uses for his own means throughout the film. He barely showsany emotion for the loss of his wife and he is almost endlessly killingmen (and women who shoot at him) throughout the film without any showof remorse for the removal of human life he perpetually conducts.I am genuinely struggling to think of a second good point to end on. Iwas going to say that the film will most likely entertain the majorityof the people who watch it. However that's not true, because the actionsequences, the only thing that could save this film, are far too vagueand unwatchable to entertain the majority of action lovers (I myselfenjoy watching martial arts, be it choreographed or not, a great deal).Coupled with the acting essentially being none existent due to thelarge amount of screen time these tour de forces in bad cinematographyeat away and you have a very very boring film.
PunjabiGirl (01 May 2013)
one of the best actor available till date. Acting just comes naturallyto this guy.Fights chase or anything he gives his best shot.Recentlywatched his latest flick safe.Superb the first word comes to my mindafter watching this movie.This movie is a complete package.Everythingyou hope from this movie it gives you completely.Jason is excellent asever. Side characters also give their best shots including the Chinesegirl.Story and direction are also good.It is one of the best movies of 2012.A must watch movie.Specially ifyou are a Jason fan just like me.Bindass movie if you want to say inIndian language
venkatb83 (30 April 2013)
am huge fan of Jason and watched his most of films... i have alreadyseen man on fire of another great actor my fav denzil Washington and amexpecting this movie near to that story..believe me it looked like me man on fire with different story..enjoyable good movie...mei n Jason pair works well...descent action scenes..not to good not too bad type movie.. watchable once...go n watch it...i give 8/10..
FilmPulse (28 April 2013)
Safe, the new Jason Statham vehicle, is a blasting, high-energy ball ofskull bashing, nut crunching, and head cracking enjoyment. It showsthat Statham still packs a punch and is not afraid to play the samerole again, and again, and again. Safe is a throwback film to classicaction movies, where protagonists didn't need solid back-stories orcharacter development, just the ability to constantly kick ass.Luke Wright (Statham) is an underground cage fighter, trying to makeends meet by getting pummeled and paid to lose. After one night ofputting an up-and-coming fighter in a coma, Wright upsets the wrongpeople and the Russian mob kill his family and give him an ultimatum.They won't kill him, only every single person he ever gets close to. Hecan end it all by killing himself. Yeah, that's the most economical wayto use manpower, right? Wright eventually becomes a swaggering,alcoholic wino, stumbling the streets of New York City, descending intoa pit of suicidal desperation until he spots Mei (Catherine Chen), aChinese prodigal 11-year-old girl, in a train station on the run fromthe same Russian mob that killed Wright's family. Wright saves Mei in arealization that she represents a second chance for him, and in turnuncovers an all out war between the Russian mob, the Chinese mob, ledby James Hong (Kung Fu Panda, Balls of Fury), and a group of dirtycops, out to get Wright for a previous time that he screwed themoverÂ when he was a cop.This film moves fast and leaves no prisoners behind. The back storiesand introduction play out in a fast-paced, no holds barred thirtyminutes and as the movie progresses, Wright's back story gets more andmore convoluted but we are moving so fast from scene to scene thatthere isn't enough time to dwell on inconsistencies. Because Stathamhas given audiences his usual manliness action guy role (95% of HisMovies) he slides into this role with ease and familiarity. Wright is atransparent character that delivers one-liners every five seconds andStatham owns them every time. Any other actor playing Wright would fallflat. Statham shows that he has a certain persona that he can milk,similar to the great action stars, like Bruce Willis andSchwarzenegger.The director, Boaz Yakin, proves that he is a much better director(Remember the Titans, Fresh) than writer (Prince of Persia, DirtyDancing: Havana Nights) but still afraid to go over the edge. I thinkhe's on the verge of obtaining something awesome, maybe with his nextwritten feature Now You See Me, starring Mark Ruffalo, Woody Harrelson,Morgan Freeman, Isla Fischer, Jesse Eisenberg, and Dave Franco willmake up for his past (damn, now I really want to watch Now You See Me).Basically, Safe is exactly what you think it is. It doesn't offeranything new that you haven't seen before, and honestly, you probablywill experience some dÃ©jÃ vu because of its similarities to almostevery other action movie. Safe is just another explosive, entertainingaction B-movie, nothing more, nothing less.Chad FilmPulse.net
TheSquiss (27 April 2013)
If you choose to watch Safe at least do so with full understanding.It's dreadful, it's loud, it's high on body count, low on subtlety anddevoid of reason or intelligence.It lacks cohesion, stars an 'actor' (Jason Statham) who has two facialexpressions and one character in his repertoire, co-stars a girl whocan't act but can shoot as well as Statham and is nothing short ofdreadful.Safe does not deserve an audience comprised of humans with brains butwarrants only the attention of those who cannot be trusted withanything sharper than a wax crayon.For those who think, take heed. For those who don't, enjoy the prettypictures.(NB: for those reading this on IMDb, see The Squiss website for pics)
Tony Heck (26 April 2013)
"Are we safe? One day at a time, Mei. One day at a time." Mei is ayoung girl with an amazing memory and ends up falling in with theTriads. After being trusted with a code for a safe that holds untoldmoney she becomes very popular. Luke Wright (Statham) is an ex-cagefighter that runs into bad times and is being pursued by the local mob.He runs into Mei and after learning her secret decides to help her out.I have to start by saying that I am a Jason Statham fan. I do also haveto say that if you know anything about him you know that he really onlymakes one movie over and over. This is no exception. Again, I am notbashing him but I think he is actually wearing the same suit in thisthat he wore in "Transporter". The movie is full of action andexcitement and low on plot but that's pretty much what I expected. Icould give you a full description and analysis of this movie butinstead I will just say...it's a Statham movie, so you pretty much knowwhat your going to get. I didn't think it was as good as some of hisother ones though. Overall, pretty much a cookie cutter Statham moviewith good action sequences. I give it a B.
FlashCallahan (25 April 2013)
A former elite agent takes on a two-tier mission, firstly, rescue aChinese girl who has been abducted by the Triads. Then, use a highly desired safe combination to outwit the RussianMafia, corrupt NYC officials, and the Triads themselves.....This isn't your typical Jason Statham movie, if your expecting anothereasy going Besson type action movie like The Transporter, this is awholly different movie.It's very grim and dark in tone, and secondly there is an awful lotgoing on, so for once, a level of concentration is required, so not asix pack movie.Fight scenes are adequate, but very sparse, but this is more of acharacter study, rather than all out action.Statham is as expected, all moody, broody and dangerous, he loses thewill to live more or less at the beginning of the movie, so when hebumps into Mei, it's literally life changing.So why is it all just a little boring? Because too many cooks spoil the broth, we have Triads, Russian Mafia,corrupt cops, and a corrupt mayor, all after the same thing, so we haveendless scenes of the different groups talking about the same thing.Not bad by any means, just unmemorable.
makusu_max (23 April 2013)
overall 10/10I'll make a very short review. It's all positive.TOP 3 best movies Statham has done. Amazing SMART action Clever lines,easy to understand too acting 10/10 Surprisingly not predictable, likemost movies now a days)a sequel is A MUST! keep Luke Wright alive!overall 10/10Details: I really enjoyed the fighting moves a lot. There were a fewfunny lines as well and the cameras were really well shot. Speciallythe running over a guy inside the car. That stood out.My only complain is that I'm eager to watch more Luke Wright action.
chrisvales (22 April 2013)
After watching the trailer when it was first released, I didn't feelwhat I always feel when I see Jason Statham in an action movie, whichis giddy. There was something missing, but how can I say no to JasonStatham in an action packed movie? I just can't. 'Safe' ended up beinggood. Not great, just good. The beginning was a little slow, but theway they told the story, was a bit of bouncing back between Luke Wright(Jason Statham) and Mei (Caroline Chan), so it didn't really come outrunning, but I guess I can't complain too much about it because itdefinitely picked up after. As I stated earlier, how can I say no toJason Statham in an action movie. The action was amazing. It's thatkind of action where the audience is either clapping or yelling,"Ooooohhhh snap!!!" followed by some laughing. The storyline wasdecent, I mean, it didn't really stand out and there are a few sceneswhere you can probably figure out what's going to happen, but it gotthe job done. The acting was sub-par once you take out Jason Stathamand Catherine Chan (Mei), who I thought did a really good job for herfirst Hollywood movie. There were a few cheesy lines, some epic quotes,one of which I put in the subject title and I'm sure you'll enjoy ittoo when you hear it and some funny moments; more than you usuallyexpect from an action movie, which wasn't so bad. 'Safe' is your typical Jason Statham action flick. I think it's fair tosay, we don't watch Jason Statham movies expecting Oscar nominations;we watch his movies mainly because the action is phenomenal. If youwant to watch a good, action packed movie, then 'Safe' is a safe betthis weekend. See what I did there?
collipal-1 (20 April 2013)
I generally like the films starring Jason Statham, but in spite ofthat, Safe was boring me a little bit during the first half.Fortunately, the film improved during the second half; and even thoughthe final result is mediocre, I appreciate the fact that Safe offerssome moderately interesting variations to the old "tough anti-hero witha golden heart" formula.Besides of being confusing and fragmented, the first half of Safeestablishes an excessively trite premise which has the potential ofbecoming intolerably corny (the tough guy who gets softened by thechildish innocence). However, the relationship between the maincharacters isn't the one of girl and babysitter, but the one of twomature and pragmatic persons. That's why the film finally finds its wayduring the second half, and it takes us to a moderately satisfactory,but not necessarily happy, conclusion.However, I can't deny the fact that Safe has various negative elements.The villains lack of definition and look like mere ethnic caricatures;and I'm not only talking about the Russians and the Asians, but alsoabout the New Yorker policemen. At least, there's a pair of goodcharacter actors playing villains (Chris Sarandon and James Hong), andthey could both bring credible works despite their badly establishedcharacters. Speaking of which...the main character is a retired boxer,a retired policemen and a retired garbage man? Was there a need to cooksuch a clichÃ© soup? Fortunately, Statham faces his character withcharisma and credibility.So, in conclusion, I think Safe deserves a slight recommendation,because it offers some interesting elements and the second half managedto keep me moderately entertained, despite the general mediocrity ofit. There are better films in Statham's filmography (such as The BankJob and The Expendables 2); better films about New Yorker mafia (suchas Goodfellas and Donnie Brasco); and better films about "bad-ass"girls (such as Kick-Ass and the remake of True Grit); but Safe isn't abad addition to those niches. And at least, I won't identify directorBoaz Yakin only as the responsible of the execrable Uptown Girlsanymore.
deewells (19 April 2013)
Once upon a time in New York with a human abacus, bullets & a lot ofwronguns for Mr Wright! New York gangster/cop action film about LukeWright (Jason Statham) an ex cop and cage fighter who ends up theGuardian Angel of a gifted child named Mei (Catherine Chan) trying toescape the Triads & Russian Mafia. She has the code & he has thesecurity - 4 bent cops & a lot of bullets. Together they break thecode, the safe, collect the cash & the crime syndicate disc to buythemselves a new life. Entertaining, unbelievable yet possibly the bestfilm 'the Stath' has done since Transporter 3. Directed by Boaz Yakin(KillBill) & Kevin Spacey with impressive fight scenes, firearms, carchases and a safe. Mei:!Are we safe? Luke Wright: One day at a time, Mei. One day at atime.
davidgee (19 April 2013)
What can one say about a Jason Statham movie? It's a Jason Stathammovie! A Jason Statham movie is cloned from a Jean-Claude Van Dammemovie or a Steven Seagal movie (which were in turn clones of BruceLee). Kick- fighting, shoot-outs, car chases, subway chases, streetchases: it's a formula which pretty well always appeals to its targetaudience. Statham, not just a toned bod and a husky voice, somehowmanages to inject some soul into the characters he plays.The frantic pace - and Statham's on-screen charisma - are guaranteed tokeep the audience on the edge of their seats. Is SAFE formulaic? - yes,but it's terrific fun.
Claudio Carvalho (18 April 2013)
In China, the girl Mei (Catherine Chan) is a genius that looks like acomputer in numbers. She is abducted by the Chinese Triads and the bossHan Jiao (James Hong) sends Mei to Chinatown, in New York, to help himin the control of his activities.Meanwhile, the fighter Luke Wright (Jason Statham) has his lifedestroyed when he wins a fight against the will of the Russian Mafiaand accidentally kills his opponent. The Russian mobsters kill his wifeand the alcoholic Luke wanders on the streets and hostels with noobjective in life. One day, Han Jiao asks Mei to memorize a long number and soon theRussian Mafia abducts the girl from the Chinese mobs. She escapes fromthe mobsters she is chased by the Russians; by the corrupt detectivesfrom the NYPD; and by the Triads. When Luke sees the girl fleeing fromthe Russian mobs in the subway, he protects the girl and discovers thatthe number she had memorized is the combination of a safe where theTriads keep 30 million dollars. Luke is an elite agent and uses hisskills to protect the girl. "Safe" is a great brainless action movie with a messy lead character.The situation of an old boss from the Chinese Triads that does nottrust in computers but trusts in the ability of a young girl that hasbeen abducted from her family is stupid. But the lead character LukeWright is a complete mess: the guy is a killer and elite agent that hashis life completely destroyed when he feels sorrow for killing hisopponent and irritates the Russian Mafia. Then he passively accepts thedeath of his wife by the Russian mobsters. But out of the blue, herekindles his personality to protect a stranger Chinese girl in thesubway. This situation is laughable when the viewer sees the past andconnections of Luke with the corrupt detectives of the NYPD. My vote issix.Title (Brazil): "O CÃ³digo" ("The Code")
Bakalite (16 April 2013)
Yes, Safe took me by surprise. Not normally a fan of this type of movieperhaps simply because the formula has been repeated so very manytimes. Statham was his enigmatic self, as always, but there is nodenying his default character is undeniably well suited to this genre.Yakin has a long list of movies to his credit, most of which have beenheavy on clichÃ©, action, and on occasion special effects, but none ofwhich particularly captured attention or indeed are particularlynoteworthy. Safe however is unusual. It has clichÃ©, action and effectsto spare - and it still works dramatically. Go figure, who would havethought? It wasn't until the rolling credits that I realised why this movieworked so well - or to be more precise why such a set piece workeddramatically. The list of executive producers is, frankly, astonishing.Kevin Spacey, to name just one (and there is another five all with hugecredits to their name).Safe deserves to be seen if for no other reason than it is an excellentexample of the genre. Much more importantly though, its just good fun.Well worth a watch.
kosmasp (15 April 2013)
Anyone who dislikes Jason Statham should at least take one or twopoints of my vote. The movie off of Jasons strengths. Though I admit, Iwas surprised by some of his (acting) choices. Some things (verylittle, but still) are not your usual Statham stoic character thing.But when he turns on the "Action Statham" ... there's no stopping him(literally and metaphorically).The story as it is, does not have anything new to say (a friend of minecompared this to a Bruce Willis movie, which wouldn't be a badcomparison for Statham and his roles in general. Although Mr. Willishas done quite a lot of really good movies, better ones than Statham sofar, you can see, why some might call him the successor), but it isenough to push the action forward and to give us what we want from thismovie.
GoneWithTheTwins (06 April 2013)
Safe fulfills the expectations of modern thrillers with its breakneckpacing, over-the-top violence, and explosive action sequences. Don'tlet the numerous location changes within the film's opening few minutesfool you Â there's little time wasted on lengthy introductions orcomplex motives as the tumultuous mayhem starts quickly and refuses tosubside until the final frame. The brutal combat borders on themonotonous, but it also unflinchingly delivers what its audience wantsto see, without stopping for development. While you'll likely guess whowins each round of warfare, clever moments of pandemonium andself-reflective humor arise from the maelstrom to reveal the film'sslightly more insightful mindset on cathartic thrills. But then it'sright back to Jason Statham shoving a fork in someone's throat.11-year-old Mei (Catherine Chan) is abducted and forced to work forruthless Chinese gangsters due to her extraordinary skills inmemorization and mathematics. When Mei is given a numerical code to asafe containing 30 million dollars, the Triad, the Russian mafia, andcorrupt New York officials all want her Â dead or alive. Luckily forher, disgraced former cop Luke Wright (Jason Statham) happens upon thefleeing girl and rescues her. Determined to protect Mei, Wrightlaunches a full-scale war against the criminal leaders and their vastarmies of merciless killers.Laudation goes to this film for knowing exactly what it is and notattempting anything out of its reach, hiding behind underdevelopedthemes, or muddling genres. It doesn't waste time with Luke's history,in-depth personality traits, supporting people in his life, or even thevisuals of his wife. In a matter of seconds, he's a lone wolf withnothing left to live for. He's the only honest cop in Manhattan, has asoft spot for victims of social injustice, and can kick some ass like aone-man army Â all qualities that make him incompatible with comrades,the authorities, and villainy. In a world where everyone is corrupt andout to get him, Luke must battle Russian thugs, Chinese gangsters,police, politicians, and even pickpockets, armed quite heavily withmartial arts skills, muscles (as evidenced by the very first scene he'sin, sans shirt), an arsenal of random guns picked up along the way, anda salvo of hilariously macho catch phrases.The editing is keen, with snazzy transitions, tricks to amp up theintensity of violence, and creative methods of boosting the body count.There's plenty of chaos for the sake of spectacle, and althoughboomingly extravagant, it's never augmented by the annoying shaky cam.The bad guys get it good and go through the obligatory mercilesserrands to deserve it. The climax is the highlight, with surprisinglyunexpected bluster arising from the least likely route of commotion.Always aware of how generic action movies play out, Safe goes againstthe grain to deliver unique stunts, unpredictable showdowns, andunanticipated fun. It's a brisk 94 minutes that keeps the punchescoming Â in a guilty pleasure, mindless action/adventure variety.- The Massie Twins (GoneWithTheTwins.com)
wighfive (06 April 2013)
saw the public screening of Safe in a film festival.Frankly speaking Iwas stunned by the movie.Simple plot but the twists and turns in themovie were amazing.I will not reveal the plot details because you willloose interest in it.It's slick,stylish and high on acting and visualeffects.Jason is the man who reigns supreme in this film and leaves a strongimpression on the audiences mind with his stellar performance. Hissmile, dialogue delivery and every expression deserves a bow.The director Boaz Yakin handles the scenes well and never lets theadrenaline rush or the script to fall flat. He keeps the audiencesglued to their seat and this versatile man gives as a slick actionthriller which is far better than Haywire,The Mechanic or Killer Elite.The script is well written and every scene is well handled. Dialoguesare brilliant and none of the scene fall flat. No unnecessary toilethumour and soundtracks have made the film even more appealing.Safe is an amazing movie with unforgettable action scene and car chasesequences and one of the best of Jason Statham. Highly Recommended.
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