Blue Ruin (2013) 1080p YIFY Movie

Blue Ruin (2013) 1080p

A mysterious outsider's quiet life is turned upside down when he returns to his childhood home to carry out an act of vengeance. Proving himself an amateur assassin, he winds up in a brutal fight to protect his estranged family.

IMDB: 7.227 Likes

  • Genre: Thriller |
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.41G
  • Resolution: 1920*808 / 23.976fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 92
  • IMDB Rating: 7.2/10 
  • MPR: R
  • Peers/Seeds: 2 / 18

The Synopsis for Blue Ruin (2013) 1080p

A mysterious outsider's quiet life is turned upside down when he returns to his childhood home to carry out an act of vengeance. Proving himself an amateur assassin, he winds up in a brutal fight to protect his estranged family.


The Director and Players for Blue Ruin (2013) 1080p

[Director]Jeremy Saulnier
[Role:Teddy Cleland]Kevin Kolack
[Role:Sam]Amy Hargreaves
[Role:Ben Gaffney]Devin Ratray
[Role:Dwight]Macon Blair


The Reviews for Blue Ruin (2013) 1080p


The only true "successor" to Blood Simple ....Reviewed byA_Different_DrummerVote: 10/10

.... astonishingly comes from an almost-unknown director starring almost-unknown actors .... AND IS IN COLOR TO BOOT. FILM NOIRE NEVER HAD IT SO GOOD! Jeremy Saulnier, the writer and director, essentially is putting on a film clinic here, and it is a dandy. For those of us who may, over time, have forgotten that a great many diverse elements go into a feature film, and that it is entirely possibly produce spellbinding entertainment by merely getting SOME of these elements right, not necessarily all of them at once. In Blue Ruin, leaving aside the odd storyline (something about an illicit love affair which goes horribly, horribly, wrong and develops consequences); and leaving aside the lack of "Hollywood" star power (which, in truth, you will not miss at all), this film soars to the heights based on 3 simple things: a script so tight that it squeaks, in fact there is barely any dialog at all in the first 20 minutes but your eyes will be glued to the screen nonetheless; cinematography that captures the slightest nuance, from the blinking light of an answering machine to a hi-velocity long-distance bullet smashing a skull just a second after you hear the shot; and direction so perfect (as I said) that, if the credits said "Coen Brothers," you would have no trouble believing it. (Lead Macon Blair does an AMAZING job playing a wimp who seemingly finds his inner Jason Bourne, and he even LOOKS like Javier Bardem's lost Anglo younger brother -- how weird is that?) This film is a treat to be savored. If Hollywood ever woke up and smelled the coffee -- realized that quality films could be done LIKE THIS without the formulaic garbage, for example, of a TAKEN 2 -- history might well record that BLUE RUIN was the beginning of a trend, perhaps even the "nextgen" of film-making, and heralded many more quality productions like it that were to come. One can always hope...

It would be a sin to tell you much about it - ingeniously unpredictableReviewed byoutdoorcatsVote: 5/10

A low-budget independent film that is nevertheless handsomely and confidently shot, Blue Ruin is a consistently unpredictable, twisty, and excellent thriller. At no point will you be quite sure where the film will take you, or what direction it will go next, up until maybe around the final scene. Indeed, the film is so unpredictable, it would be a sin to tell you much about it. But-- "Dwight is a vagrant, scavenging for food in dumpsters and sleeping by the beach in a broken-down car. His aimless existence is interrupted, however, when he receives notice that a man from his past is being released from prison." That's an abridged version of the PFF summary, and about all you need to know. I would recommend reading nothing else about the story of this film. Take the risk and dive in blind. I was shocked how good Saulnier, a director I've never heard of until now, was good at generating suspense. It was accepted into the Director's Fortnight at Cannes.

Excellent Indie slow burnerReviewed bybrendan-821-654855Vote: 8/10

Apart from a few forgivable imperfections (remember, this is a debut film, after all), Blue Ruin is an excellent Indie drama/thriller. I disagree with the previous reviewer who referred to this as a movie with multiple and constant plot twists - what you get in Blue Ruin aren't actually plot twists, instead they are merely plot developments presented in a story that is told in a fashion that is not strictly linear. This is a well shot (some creative use of visual techniques and shot selections in this film), well written, engaging film that draws you in and keeps you watching right to the very end, despite the fact that it deliberately takes in time in various places. I couldn't help but think of Take Shelter when I watched this film - both movies have a similar stylistic sensibility, where things are not overplayed, and the lead protagonist has an eccentricity and vulnerability about them that you just can't look away from. A great film, well worthy of the 90 minutes it takes to get through, and a clear sign that this filmmaker has a very successful future ahead of him.

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