Collateral ist ein US-amerikanischer Thriller des Regisseurs Michael Mann aus dem Jahr Die Hauptrollen verkörpern Tom Cruise und Jamie Foxx. Collateral: Thriller von Michael Mann/Julie Richardson mit Tom Cruise/Peter Berg/Debi Mazar. Jetzt im Kino. Vincent ist ein Auftragskiller, eiskalt, berechnend und sehr gefragt. Max ist ein Taxifahrer, voller Träume, jedoch ohne Erfolg. Ihre Leben prallen aufeinander, als Vincent eines Nachts zu Max ins Taxi steigt und sich von ihm zu seinem nächsten.
reiner MainstreamVon Michael Mann. Mit Tom Cruise, Jamie Foxx, Jada Pinkett Smith, Mark Ruffalo, Peter Berg und Bruce McGill. Collateral: Thriller von Michael Mann/Julie Richardson mit Tom Cruise/Peter Berg/Debi Mazar. Jetzt im Kino. Max (Jamie Foxx) arbeitet als Taxifahrer in den Straßen von Los Angeles. Er träumt von einem eigenen Limousinenservice, doch bis es soweit.
Collateral 2004 Movies / TV Video\ Vincent ist ein Auftragskiller, eiskalt, berechnend und sehr gefragt. Max ist ein Taxifahrer, voller Träume, jedoch ohne Erfolg. Ihre Leben prallen aufeinander, als Vincent eines Nachts zu Max ins Taxi steigt und sich von ihm zu seinem nächsten. Collateral ist ein US-amerikanischer Thriller des Regisseurs Michael Mann aus dem Jahr Die Hauptrollen verkörpern Tom Cruise und Jamie Foxx. In dem Thriller Collateral muss der Taxifahrer Jamie Foxx den Auftragskiller Tom Cruise quer durch Los Angeles kutschieren. Was tut man nicht alles. Collateral. Als Auftragskiller zwingt Tom Cruise einen Taxifahrer, ihn zu fünf Jobs durch Los Angeles zu chauffieren. Bewertung. Retrieved April 26, Takedown Frank Martin Collateral. Collateral is a American neo-noir action thriller film directed and produced by Michael Mann from a script by Stuart Beattie and starring Tom Cruise and Jamie Foxx. The supporting cast includes Jada Pinkett Smith, Mark Ruffalo, Peter Berg, Javier Bardem, and Bruce McGill. It follows Max, a Los Angeles cab driver and his customer Vincent. Collateral () Plot. Showing all 7 items Jump to: Summaries (6) Synopsis (1) Summaries. A cab driver finds himself the hostage of an engaging contract killer as he. Starring Tom Cruise, Jamie Foxx, Jada Pinkett-Smith, Mark Ruffalo, Peter Berg, Bruce McGill, Bar Original theatrical trailer for the film "Collateral." Starring Tom Cruise, Jamie Foxx, Jada. Collateral () Various (Actor, Director) Rated: R. Format: DVD. out of 5 stars 1, ratings. Prime Video $ — $ Blu-ray $ DVD $ Multi-Format. Directed by Michael Mann. With Tom Cruise, Jamie Foxx, Jada Pinkett Smith, Mark Ruffalo. A cab driver finds himself the hostage of an engaging contract killer as he makes his rounds from hit to hit during one night in Los Angeles.
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The basic plot revolves around Foxx as a cabbie who catches a stroke of bad luck by acquiring Cruise as a passenger.
Cruise turns out to be a hit-man who is picking people off as his temporary employer sees fit. A wild ride through LA's nightlife gives way for a journey of self-realization for Foxx whom dreams of his own limo company and tropical islands.
The slick script and sophistication of the plot and character development always keep the audience on the edge of their seats. Although this movie has received good ratings, I feel that the film is slightly overlooked.
Collateral serves as a great model for how thrillers should be made, and it delivers a great breakthrough performance by Foxx.
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User Reviews. User Ratings. External Reviews. Metacritic Reviews. Max's next fare is Vincent. Initially reluctant to violate regulations, Max is eventually persuaded.
As Max waits at the first stop, a corpse falls onto his car; Vincent reveals himself as a hitman and the body is one of his five targets. He forces Max to hide the body in the trunk and continue driving.
At the second stop, Vincent restrains Max's hands to the steering wheel. Max asks a group of young men for help, but two of them rob him and seize Vincent's briefcase; seeing the men walk away with the briefcase, Vincent deftly shoots them both dead and retrieves the briefcase.
He then offers to buy Max a drink at a jazz club. At the club, Vincent engages the owner Daniel in conversation. Vincent then reveals Daniel to have been his third target.
Max pleads with Vincent to let Daniel go, causing Vincent to offer a compromise, betting Daniel cannot answer a question about where Miles Davis "learned music".
Daniel states that Davis went to the Juilliard School , seemingly giving a correct answer. Vincent, suddenly, unexpectedly shoots Daniel, revealing that Miles Davis dropped out of Juilliard to be mentored by Charlie Parker.
Max's boss Lenny, who has been hectoring him over the radio, tells Max his mother Ida called. Learning of Max's nightly visits to the hospital to see his mother, Vincent insists that Max proceed with the visit.
At the hospital, Ida proudly tells Vincent that Max has his own limousine company, revealing Max has been lying to her. Overwhelmed, Max leaves, stealing Vincent's briefcase, and hurls it onto a freeway where it is destroyed by a passing truck.
With the information on his last two targets destroyed, Vincent coerces Max to meet drug lord Felix Reyes-Torrena to re-obtain the information.
Max, posing as Vincent, acquires the information but Felix orders his men to kill "Vincent" if he does not complete the job.
Max heads with Vincent to a nightclub, seeking the next target, Peter Lim. Narcotics detective Ray Fanning uncovers a connection between the three victims and reports his finding to FBI agent Frank Pedrosa.
Pedrosa identifies the victims as witnesses in a federal grand jury indicting Reyes-Torrena the following day. At the nightclub, Vincent kills Felix's hitmen, Lim, and his bodyguards.
Fanning rescues Max and smuggles him outside, but Vincent fatally shoots him and coerces Max back into the cab. Following their getaway, the two trade insulting summaries of each other's personalities and choices in life.
After a heated exchange, Max deliberately crashes the cab, but both survive, and Vincent escapes. A police officer arrives. Seeing the corpse in the trunk, he tries to arrest Max.
However, Max notices Vincent's open laptop, revealing that his final target is Annie. He overpowers the police officer, takes his gun, and rushes toward Annie's office building.
Stealing a bystander's phone, Max uses Annie's business card to call and warn her. She is incredulous until Max reveals details about Vincent's previous victims, urging her to call Vincent steals the security guard's gun and uses a fire axe to cut the power and telephone lines on Annie's floor.
Vincent finds Annie but is shot and wounded by Max, who escapes with Annie on foot. Vincent pursues the pair onto a metro rail train.
Cornered on the train, Max engages Vincent in a sudden shootout; both men empty their handguns at each other. Vincent, fatally wounded, slumps into a seat, repeating a story about a man dying unnoticed on a Metro train.
Max and Annie get off at the next station in the dawn of a new day. When he was 17 years old, Australian writer Stuart Beattie took a cab home from Sydney airport and had the idea of a homicidal maniac sitting in the back of a cab with the driver nonchalantly conversing with him, trusting his passenger implicitly.
Beattie drafted his idea into a two-page treatment titled "The Last Domino", then later began writing the screenplay.
The original story centered around an African-American female cop who witnesses a hit , and the romance between the cab driver and his then librarian girlfriend.
The final film has limited resemblance to the original treatment. Richardson had become a producer and was searching for projects for Frank Darabont , Rob Fried and Chuck Russell 's company, Edge City, which was created to make low budget genre movies for HBO.
Beattie later pitched her his idea of "The Last Domino. After two drafts, HBO passed on the project. At a general meeting at DreamWorks with executive Marc Haimes, Beattie mentioned the script.
Haimes immediately contacted Richardson, read the script overnight, and DreamWorks put in an offer the following day. However, later revisions of the script moved the film's setting to Los Angeles.
Crowe got his The Insider director Michael Mann involved, but after constant delays, Crowe departed the project. Mann then approached Tom Cruise with the idea of him playing Vincent and Adam Sandler in the role of Max.
Sandler later dropped out due to scheduling conflicts with Spanglish and was replaced by Jamie Foxx.
However, the studio refused, insisting on a younger actor for the role. Mann stated the goal was for Cruise to not be recognized.
Jada Pinkett Smith , cast in the role of Annie, spent time with an attorney to inform her performance. Louis Leterrier , co-director of the action film The Transporter revealed that Statham was portraying his Transporter character Frank Martin in his scene.
After three weeks of filming, cinematographer Paul Cameron left the project due to creative differences with Mann.
Filming took place throughout Los Angeles , with Los Angeles International Airport and Koreatown used for setpieces, and filming was also done in Pico Rivera, California.
The Collateral soundtrack was released on August 3, , by Hip-O Records. The film received positive reviews. The critical consensus states that "Driven by director Michael Mann's trademark visuals and a lean, villainous performance from Tom Cruise, Collateral is a stylish and compelling noir thriller.
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Chuck Russell Executive Producer. Robert N. Fried Executive Producer. Peter Giuliano Executive Producer. Michael Waxman Associate Producer.
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Just Tom Cruise with even stupider hair. Tom Cruise. Gimly M Super Reviewer. Mar 11, Collateral stars action movie star Tom Cruise as Vincent, a hit-man arriving in LA to complete contracts.
He travels around the city using a taxi, forcing the driver, played by Jamie Foxx, to take him from kill to kill. That synopsis sounds weird, right?
America's action hero, Tom Cruise, playing the villain? As odd as it may seem, Cruise did a phenomenal job. His antagonistic approach worked right off the bat, strolling out of an airport at night wearing sunglasses and receiving a hit list from Jason Statham appearing in a cameo many believe to be reprising his role in the Transporter series.
Cruise also works really well with Foxx. Their constant arguments about the morality of Cruise's actions are what really carry the movie.
Michael Mann's direction is incredibly stylish and fitting - his use of colorful lighting and establishment shots of LA really bring the scenery to life.
Aaron brought up the fact that the movie was shot digitally, and it really worked well with the colors even if it was a little noticeable for zoom-in shots.
Another thing that helped the cinematography was the editing; top-notch cuts helped the desperate tone. The subtle use of music is also noticeable.
There are many scenes with nothing but the sounds of the streets as a backdrop. We gave this movie a lot of praise, but we have to be picky as well and say that Collateral is by no means perfect.
Jada Pinkett Smith's character, in the movie for all of 15 minutes, is oddly trusting to Foxx she was a customer in his Taxi before Cruise right away.
This forced plot element paid off, though, as the writing really brought the movie full-circle in the end. Mark Ruffalo is also in this movie, and his presence is completely unnecessary.
His character could have been cut and the movie would be the same. All-in-all, Collateral is carried by the two lead performances and brilliant cinematography, even if the plot is at times convenient.
We at Musicians on Movies agree that Collateral earns a B rating.Irma P. Dieser Entwurf wurde jedoch komplett verworfen und es blieb nur Alltagsgeschichte Grundidee einer ungewöhnlichen Beziehung zwischen Taxi-Fahrer und Fahrgast. EnglischSpanisch. Die Geschichte dreht sich um einen Taxifahrer, der einen Auftragskiller als Fahrgast bekommt.