The Next Three Days (2010) Review
The Next Three Days (2010)
The Thriller is based on a mysterious murder and a fantastic attempt to escape from jail for three days. Curious viewing can be described as a perfect design. The main characters are Russell Crowe and Elizabeth Banks. Also, Liam Neeson and Olivia Wilde have two supporting roles. The film is a remake of the 2008 French film Pour Elle. It also managed to rank among the highest-grossing French film.
To summarize the story in this film, John (Russell Crowe) and Lara (Elizabeth Banks) are a beautiful couple who have a good family life. And their family has a little girl. This unexpected family is in a lot of trouble at the same time, with the arrest of Lara. It’s about the assassin of his boss. So Lara was convicted and jailed for life, according to substantial evidence found in court.
But John will not accept that his wife committed the murder. He trusted his wife. So he is looking after his child and trying his best to get rid of his wife. Eventually, John learns that he is unable to rescue Lara from the law, and he tries to get his wife out of jail illegally. He is engaged in So he gets help from someone special.
It is from there that the curiosity grows, and the best of the story begins. John puts everything into a plan, and the curiosity of what the film is going through is going to be very intense to the audience. And it’s sad at the end of the film to see how Lara was involved in this murder. Because there are so many innocent people in the world, who have been convicted of crimes that have never been committed, their lives will be lost.
IMBD – 7.4 /10
Rotten Tomatoes– 51%
Metacritic – 52%