Red Sparrow Review. 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. Its 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. See Red Sparrow Review very great!
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!