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Then one day ruthless killers evil Stephen McHattie and Greg Bryk draw their guns in a robbery attempt at Tom's diner.

Tom kills both like they are not even there. He dispatches them with awesome deadly force and brutality. His actions are warranted, and seemingly instinctive.

Tom becomes a town and national hero. His photo even appears on CNN. Soon after returning to work a mysterious man and his henchmen visit Tom in his diner.

Tom really does not seem to know Carl, and kindly asks him to leave. Things don't seem to add up regarding Tom.

Carl later asks Tom's wife Edie "Why is he Tom so good at killing people. He hints at his answer with son Jack's explosive actions. Also his "A History of Violence" is a study of extremes, likely intentional.

The violence is graphic controlled brutality, and merciless. The sex scene with Tom and Edie on the stairs is raw and erotic. Cronenberg also manages an unexpected resolution.

Viggo Mortensen is electrifying. He uses his classic good looks and understated charm to play the gentle family man Tom Stall.

Mortensen also displays a powerful and explosive presence as Tom's darker persona. Mortensen is athletic and expertly performs the amazing martial arts and fight scenes.

Maria Bello is awesome as Edie. Even with her glamor subdued she is stunning and sexy. Her Edie is strong willed enduring her own doubts regarding who her husband really is.

Her reaction at the story's arc is both believable and heartbreaking. She and Mortensen have amazing chemistry. Ed Harris is calculated evil as Carl Fogerty.

Newcomer Ashton Holmes is impressive as young Jack. His portrayal leads us to believe it maybe truly in the blood. William Hurt's turn in a pivotal role is unexpectedly shocking and completely effective.

Cronenberg has fashioned a fable about character and fate in "A History of Violence". This is one of the best movies of the year. Viggo Mortensen is simply powerful.

Yes, it made me think that if Jean Arthur Rimbaud had been a man of our times he could have been the one behind this film.

Optimism through pessimism. The light of darkness. A contradiction that makes sense, that rings true. A mesmerizing film with a spectacular Viggo Mortensen.

The truth is there for us to see it, the truth is going to be told but the truth has the flavor of a fantasy. It is the adopted life the invented one that is real.

We're invited into this simple but startling reality guided by the masterful hand of David Cronenberg. The casting is a stroke of genius. Viggo Mortensen has the presence of an icon and yet he can disappear be invisible in the most magnetic way.

Maria Bello, for me, a stunning surprise. I didn't know I still don't her work, I only remembered her name because she has an unforgettable name.

We are in a a small community driven town, restaurant owner Tom Stall becomes the hero of the town when he shoots and kills two murdering robbers at the restaurant.

Not long after, facially scarred Carl Fogarty arrives in town proclaiming that Tom is actually a former gangster from Philadelphia who needs to go back to pay his dues.

As Fogarty and his Hench Men put the pressure on, Stall and his family are in danger of being overwhelmed with violence and mistrust. One thing that can never be said about David Cronenberg is that he is a very predictable director, his output of course, if we are all honest, is very up and down, bewildering critics and fans in equal measure.

This is the point surely? The graphic violence handled with morose tension by Cronenberg is the main character in the film, regardless of any past history that Stall may have had, the violence arrives into this family, totally unwanted and unexpected, and then latches on to them to maybe destroy them?

With that point of interest to note, A History Of Violence can be seen as a blood brother to Cronenberg's wonderful remake of The Fly, the unwanted entering the fray and spreading its disease to the point of no return.

There is the use of the husband and wife's ongoing sex life as a seriously smart strand in the escalating story, where once at the beginning there is fluffy erotic intercourse, then the on going danger in their lives brings darkness and borderline sadism, it's very relevant, as is the son axis as he goes through a dramatic change when the violence and threats engulf the family.

Cronenberg gleefully ties all the murky threads together to ask us for a reaction to the violence up there on the screen. The cast, with the exception of a fish out of water performance from Ashton Holmes as the son, Jack, is fine.

Viggo Motensen plays the duality of the role as Tom Stall with much verve, while Maria Bello shows exactly why she shouldn't be working for food in hopeless miscast assignments like The Mummy 3.

Ed Harris gives us a nice line in villain duties, and William Hurt crops up late in the piece to almost steal the film with his darkly disturbing menacing point of worth.

Peter Suschitzky's photography enhances the primary colours for added impact when the mood swings down dark roads, and Howard Shore's musical score is constantly ominous, where he blends his own score for Silence of the Lambs with a sort of Berlioz like edginess.

All in all it's a very interesting and sneakily crafty picture that above all else shows that when on form, Cronenberg still has very much to offer modern age cinema.

Now, about Straw Dogs? I saw this film at a special screening in NYC on Tuesday. It is superb both in direction and acting.

Both the sex and violent scenes are quick and direct. While the violence is quite graphic, as to be expected with Cronenberg, the camera does not linger on it at all.

The real story is told through the emotional dynamics in the family as the plot unfolds. Mortensen's performance as Tom Stall is brilliant and wonderfully nuanced and the entire cast is first rate.

William Hurt's scene is a standout. There are moments in the film where you laugh and then are horrified within seconds. DC doesn't dumb down to the audience but enjoys the complexities of human reactions to issues of identity, violence and society's view of "good" versus "bad" violence.

I still can't get this film out of my mind. I'm definitely planning on seeing it again when it opens widely. Highly recommended. The Sideways Drift tedg 10 January Shucks, the edge is wearing off some of my best friends.

Herzog' s urges are in retirement, and now we are faced with an acceptable Cronenberg. Having him be acceptable to the mainstream makes him less acceptable for those of us that seek cinematic adventure.

Cronenberg's talent WAS in his ability to give us what I'll call drift between cinematic worlds. He'd create a base reality, a nominal reality and then drift into another, more radical one.

My favorite is "Crash," because the drift is into a reality that the on screen characters create, and it itself is based on synthetic notions: car crashes made celestial merely because the victims were celebrities.

This drift followed a sexual urge. Also notable is "Existenz" where the alternate realities were similarly synthetic and introspective. In all of his great projects there's a sexual urge and expression that is ordinary but expressed in ways that appear perverted.

Its unsettling. Part of the joy in this is how our characters are sucked in, with a slight variation of the noir convention of a world that conspires against humans.

Now consider this. Let's set aside the perfection of expression. For what it is, it surely is competent. What's disturbing is how his notion of drift has been compromised.

This time, it is drift from one conventional movie world to another, from the fiction of a happy family to the similarly artificial fiction of an invulnerable killing machine.

There's no basic reality: it starts with one artificiality and goes to another. The one it goes to is wholly conventional and could have been lifted from several hundred movies intact.

There is sex acknowledged, but the drift isn't sexually colored, only displayed by two contrasting sexual episodes.

The target world and how we get there is completely devoid of everything we used to celebrate in Cronenberg. And we've seen these two worlds collide before, in "Blue Velvet," where the two worlds aren't just stations that characters move between.

In that Lynch project, the two genres become characters themselves, seducing each other. Its a vision of the order of magnitude the old Cronenberg lived in.

Not here. Age is the devil. Our friend has drifted. Ted's Evaluation -- 2 of 3: Has some interesting elements. TheMoviehead 7 October Leaving this film just an hour ago now I heard a phrase rolling over and over again in my head: "Wow.

I cannot find adequate words to relate. I found myself saying "Why? Oh my god! The film touches, it festers, crawls all over and inside you.

The film does I think what Cronenberg intended it to do; frighten. I'm speaking of real fear that is not spoken out loud, not discussed or screamed about,or even fully understood.

The best and only word I have to describe the film is that it is "unsettling". I won't discuss the points relating to the sexuality of the film but will quickly address the violence.

I read Cronenberg's answers to some questions raised by the film, most relating to the violence itself. He mentions that it is "intimate, nasty, brutish and quick" also going on at length on the utilitarian nature of the violent acts in the film.

This is perhaps the first film I've seen to display violence in, what I consider to be, a true sense. It is over so quickly and before one can marvel at it, the guilt and terror washes over like waves in a storm.

It's relatively refreshing, albeit downright sickening, to see a film that can still shock the hell out of what is thought to be a desensitized generation.

That being said, one must remember that an author, poet, director etc. NEVER has the final say on what a book, poem or film's meaning is or what its symbols or set pieces are about.

Each person in turn must have his or her take on the medium. I'd like to close with my final and wholly overriding thought concerning "A History of Violence": It is a film which I desperately wish to see again but equally compelling is the urge to never, ever see it again.

Never have such strong yet equally conflicting views about something so trivial as a film entered my psyche. The rating of 10 is based on my personal experience with the film, not necessarily the merit of the film itself.

You may interpret that as you will. Mortensen was okay, though it seemed like he was repeating every other sentence that came out of his mouth.

END SPOILER - so in this respect, Cronenberg doesn't hold back with, or indeed glamorise the violence, and certainly shows the immediacy and horror of it all, but to be honest, so what?

TheMovieMark 30 September Are you in the mood for a fast-paced, action-packed thriller? Well, so was I. Unfortunately, you won't find it here.

However, if you were extremely interested in A History of Violence after watching the trailer and you're in the mood to be disappointed, then by all means, knock yourself out with this one!

I simply don't understand why everybody is praising this one to the high heavens. I was looking forward to it, and I hate to say that it's simply the biggest disappointment of the year.

It starts off on a promising note when Viggo takes care of the bad guys who enter his diner. But once it starts inducing unintentional laughter thanks to scenes that look like they came out of a bad after school special or a soft core made-for-late-night-Cinemax film we realize that this is just a complete mess.

The sex scenes? Gratuitous and completely out of place. I have to believe that Cronenberg's desired reaction from the audience was NOT chuckling and shouts of, "Someone fast forward please!

What was up with the high school bully? Viggo's son isn't much better, spitting out completely ridiculous lines like, "Hey dad, they want to interview you because of what you just did!

The lion's share of the bad dialogue goes to this cue card reader, and I sure wish I could expose more of it to you.

Unfortunately, doing so would reveal too many spoilers, and I refuse to do that no matter how much of a letdown the movie is.

The movie takes itself way too seriously for me to believe that's the case. I started to lose all hope once the mystery that was crafted at the beginning produced an unfortunately predictable payoff, but I thought there was a chance we'd be served a nice big slice of knockout ending.

Thought wrong. Viggo's fighting at the end is pretty cool, but it only occupied maybe 5 minutes of screen time. So what do we get rather than a slam dunk finale?

Well, the closing scene of the movie might as well be called "The History of Silence" because the audience is forced to sit there and watch Viggo Mortensen and Maria Bello just stare at each other for what feels like about half an hour.

I'm sure plenty of turtleneck-wearing movie critics will find some sort of hidden meaning in their glares, but had I been at home I would've been trying to find the remote so I could make use of the friendly fast forward button.

David Cronenberg's films seem to be obsessed with the co-existence of the extremes, of bad and evil - in the same body as in 'The Fly', on the same highway as in 'Crash', in the same game as in 'eXistenZ'.

In his latest film he seems to be saying - evil is here among us, it is dormant in any of us, it can be awaken and maybe put to sleep again, but at a price.

The story is told with minimal means. Tom Stall is a mid-age mid-business owner in a mid-state, the type of environment which is the fabric of quite and conservative America.

One evening two killers enter his coffee shop and he does what any good American hero should do - kills them to defend his property and his co-workers.

Having become a local celebrity, life does not turn to the good for him, as mobsters come to visit him, pretending that he is a hidden criminal, which he denies convincingly and intending bring him back to a crime life.

When he again will do the hero act to defend his family his dexterity in holding a gun raises everybody's suspicion.

Viggo Mortensen is doing a remarkable act. His only previous big time role was in 'Lord of the Rings', but there is nothing here to remind Peter Jackson's epic.

His role reminds more Bill Murray's 'Broken Flowers', he is filling the screen with a calm that hides intense feelings. Another couple of great secondary riles are being filled in by Ed Harris and Willian Hurt.

It's not a perfect movie. ALthough it lasts less than minutes which is quite remarkable in today's Hollywood, it still has a good 15 minutes of redundant stuff, including a secondary story thread involving the hero's son high-school conflicts and two 'steamy' sex scenes unneeded for the logic of the movie.

On the other hand the film ending is so memorable that I can already place it among the best endings in the history of cinema, close to the one of 'Casablanca'.

It's a shame that the Oscars seem to have ignored it totally. It has none of the creative strangeness of his earlier films.

Although the acting is decent, the lines are clunky, and there are big plausibility issues--and little ones, like a TV reporter who is completely foiled by "I don't want to talk about it" and a sheriff who says things like "We're good people around here.

Anyone who has seen the TV ads knows that Tom was probably once a ruthless killer and, yep, sure enough, he was. The revelation could hardly be less shocking, and the plot and characters develop in no interesting directions after that.

David Cronenberg is a very accomplished director - what with "The Fly" , "Naked Lunch", "Scanners", and of coarse "Dead Ringers" he has done a marvelous job directing numerous pictures with different subjects and genres.

However all his films carry on thing through and that is emotional impact of events on the individuals depicted. This is a study of violence, through an incident and how it's effects play on those affiliated with the committer.

Viggo Mortenson turns in a tour-de-force performance as Tom Stall, without his acting abilities the film would fall under the weight of it's subject matter.

The script is a wide, breathing, and alive, it conveys and allows every emotion to weave through it, without detouring from the main theme. Cronenberg's directing is as excellent as ever, and though some may argue this is his most "main-stream" film his style and presence is felt throughout.

From the beginning lingering shot of the hotel room, you will be hooked and entranced throughout. The only negative thing available to be said would be that the son's Ashton Holme's acting is very stilted throughout and when he is set to deliver an emotional outcry, he falls slightly below expectation, especially amongst such well equipped and experienced actors as Maria Bello Edie Stall.

Howard Shore's score is very subdued, but it should be, and it elevates the ever encompassing dread and tension that is on full display through the film aside from the beginning.

All in all, I just must say great film. Tinuvielas 25 August More than the average bunch of journalists showed up at the Hamburg press screening of David Cronenbergs suggestively titled "A History of Violence", eager to see the R-rated film that had caused quite a bit of discussion and uncomfortable laughter at the exaggeratedly graphic scenes of violence in Cannes.

It turned out to be a very refreshing experience indeed. A clever, manipulative take at the title-giving topic, oscillating between relaxed mid-western realism and the extreme, almost comic brutality one has got used to in the wake of Lynch, Woo and Tarantino.

He rises to the occasion, surprising himself, his employees and the audience by deftly finishing the villains off, and becomes the rather unwilling all-American hero of the day.

The gangster lingers in the vicinity, threatening Stalls idyllic small town family life, raising questions and suspicions. Cronenberg in fact took pains to choose actors who aren't just charismatic, glamorous stars taking care of their image, but who have a reputation for embracing their roles, for being somewhat eccentric and therefore willing to go beyond the usual acting limits.

Next to Viggo Mortensen, Maria Bello and Ed Harris, there is also William Hurt who appears later on as a criminal and who, quite obviously, really enjoyed his role.

The final scenes between him and Mortensen are easily the most drastically violent ones in the movie, reminiscent of the graphic novel by John Wagner and Vince Locke this film is based on.

The name is synonymous with films dealing with violent and sexual content matter. I personally became accustomed to seeing Cronenberg address his usual themes mixed with some sort of fantasy, yet here comes A History of Violence a film without a single creature, monster or decease to be seen.

What is this new fiction less Cronenberg like? Do his films still rock without a fantastic element to aid them?

The story in this film revolves around Tom Stall. A guy who lives a seemingly perfect family life. He has a beautiful wife, a cute little girl and a happy go lucky teenager.

He has his own little diner in a small town in the middle of hickville USA. Basically the guy lives a quiet happy life with his family and friends.

But one day a pair of certified evil doers walk into his diner and decide to rob the place. Things get a little hairy when Toms heroics make him an instant celebrity and a part of his hidden past begins to resurface.

The strength in this movie are the incredible performances. We have a very strong cast filled with seasoned veterans that bring these characters to life.

Viggo Mortensen does good as Tom, the guy you'd love to have as a neighbor or a boss. The all around nice guy. Of course the guy has a dark hidden side to him and Mortensen played well the role of a guy trying to repress those darker impulses.

Ed Harris playing a gangster type in search for Tom does a very memorable job as one of the villains in the film. He truly devours this role and portrays a cool and calculating villain who means business.

And in this movie we don't get just one memorable villain but two, since in an interesting turn of events William Hurt actually plays a villain in this film.

I'm used to seeing Hurt play the nice guy, the caring father not the cold hearted villain. And this makes the character all the more interesting.

Maria Bello as Toms wife did a fine performance as a sexy wife who will go out of her way to make her man happy. Even doing some role playing games when in bed.

If you're a guy, you'll love the scene where she dresses up as a cheerleader to make Tom feel like he is a teenager all over again.

And speaking of teenagers, Ashton Holmes playing Toms son did a very good performance as well as a kid trying to avoid violence in school, but ultimately succumbing to it.

So all in all we get some really good performances from everybody involved. And how about that good old fashion Cronenberg violence?

Well it is toned down in this film when compared to the all the gore seen in his previous films. This movie focuses more on its themes and story and performances then in shocking you with its gore.

But when violence does occur its very significant and yes, still shocking. Like the short controlled burst of a machine gun, in this flick, Cronenberg controls the levels of violence, but when he does fire them at us, the are just as shocking as anything he has ever done.

There are some truly intense moments on this one. This is one of Cronenbergs best films. And this comes from a guy who has seen almost all of his films.

This movie demonstrates a sure steady hand in storytelling. This is one dose of sex and violence you wont want to miss.

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