Give 'em Hell, Malone (2009) 720p YIFY Movie

Give 'em Hell, Malone (2009)

A tough as nails private investigator (Malone) squares off with gangsters and their thugs to protect a valuable secret. Malone goes through hell to protect the information but he dishes some hell as well...

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  • Genre: Action | Crime
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 1.17G
  • Resolution: 1280x544 / 23.976 (23976/1000) FPSfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 96
  • IMDB Rating: 6.0/10 
  • MPR: Normal
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The Synopsis for Give 'em Hell, Malone (2009) 720p

A tough as nails private investigator (Malone) squares off with gangsters and their thugs to protect a valuable secret. Malone goes through hell to protect the information but he dishes some hell as well...


The Director and Players for Give 'em Hell, Malone (2009) 720p

[Director]Russell Mulcahy
[Role:]Thomas Jane
[Role:]Ving Rhames
[Role:]Elsa Pataky


The Reviews for Give 'em Hell, Malone (2009) 720p


Reviewed bySamiam3Vote: 7/10/10

There is much to like about Give 'em Hell Malone. It is a deliciouslygorgeous and entertaining comic book noir, which manages to be bothexiting and funny. This is the film that Sam Raimi's Darkman could'vebeen if it was a bit smarter.

The plot is a bit convoluted, but you end up not really caring. It is afun ride, and is also the first time since Deep Blue Sea in whichThomas Jane has actually impressed me. On account of his lack ofvariety and charisma, Jane is only cut out for soft spoken/slickpersona, individualist characters. Mr. Malone qualifies.

It should also be noted that Give 'em hell Malone is occasionallyplayed for laughs. The script throws out a lot of one liners and a fewquirks, which helps turn the smile on my face into a giggle. It ain't aterribly long movie, and by the end, you may find yourself exited formore. I guess the makers are exited too because Give 'em Hell Maloneends with a 'To Be Continued'

Hard to know if and when a second part will get the green light anytime soon, but I would certainly embrace it. If you can find Give 'emhell Malone, you should check it out.

Reviewed byinteleartsVote: 7/10/10

I expected this to be my Christmas turkey - but it is actually prettydarn good. The first 8 minutes (no spoiler intended) are excessive -your granny might not like it - and overall the film is raw in places -though not squirmingly so.

It is a good pastiche of the 40s film noir nothing too smart or dumb,some humor, with a psycho arsonist and the obligatory Japanese girlwith knives, a high body count, a hardboiled hero, a femme fatale, adecent enough plot, and all in all the time went by very fast indeed.

All in all, an uber violent and cool attempt with comic booksensibilities that fans of Sin City, Shoot Em Up, Wanted, and TheTournament will lap up.

Not great, but an entertaining "noir" filmReviewed byArgemalucoVote: 8/10

The "film noir" from the 40's and 50's is one of the easiest cinematographic (and literary) genres to imitate, but also one of the most difficult ones to capture without falling on the ridiculous or the involuntary humor.And even though I suspect some purists could consider the modest film Give 'Em Hell, Malone as a mediocre parody, I personally think that it fulfilled with the necessary requirements in order to simultaneously consider it as an affectionate tribute and respectful imitation of the genre.But, beyond its intention, I think it is a very competent "noir" film with solid performances, an interesting screenplay and even some substance behind the characters which enriches the story.

Naturally, the screenplay is a collection of encounters with murderers, allies and informants, which do not always significantly contribute to the story, but at least they keep it on a constant movement, with various opportunities of suspense, violence and stylish dialogs.And that is were Russell Mulcahy's direction best works.Despite the false moves he had during his career (like, for example, the atrocious Tale of the Mummy or Silent Trigger), Mulcahy shows in Give 'Em Hell, Malone that he has not lost his absolute control on the visual language, rhythm and edition in order to construct a consistent narrative flow yet.

The costumes, vehicles and sets from this film show a curious combination of nostalgia and modernity; thanks to that, a good "noir" atmosphere is achieved at the same time the technical problems of creating a set from the 40's are solved.By the way, I think the comparisons between Sin City and Give 'Em Hell, Malone are unfair, because the simple fact that they both use the archetypes from detective literature does not mean one is a copy of the other.

As for the actors, with one exception, they all contribute to the tribute with natural performances which are free of any irony, at the same time they do not fall in the temptation of taking the story or their characters as a joke.To start with, Thomas Jane is flawless as the main character.Ving Rhames and Doug Hutchison also bring precise works as the villain's henchmen.The exception I talked about on the beginning of the paragraph is Elsa Pataky as the "femme fatale", because she does not bring enough passion or intensity to her character.

Give 'Em Hell, Malone may not be a great movie, but its combination of actors, "noir" atmosphere and a labyrinthine screenplay with a satisfactory ending made it very entertaining to me.Besides, it confirms us that Mulcahy can be a very competent director when he works with the right material.

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