Patriots Day Movie Review
On April 15, 2013, two bomb blasts near the last line of the Boston Marathon, three died and hundreds injured. The film provided information about terrorist attacks and subsequent history, in which the Boston Police And there was a consistent check-up for the week-long FBI, which was a victim of Brother, Dozer and Tamerlan Tsarnaev. It also welcomes the spirit of Boston’s people, who were united in this moment of crisis.
While all other characters have a biography, we watch the movie through the eyes of Police Sergeant, Tommy Saunders (Mark Wahlberg), who play an imaginary role. He is patriotic Boston Police Officer who is outstanding in his city to find his culprits. How the police and the FBI managed to survive the dōjakhār, with the help of some brave citizens, the story is made.
If you have lived in Mumbai or any city in the world, which is the soft target of terrorists, then you will not be able to stop your tears by watching this emotional thriller. Although it is a motivational tribute to victims and survivors of the Boston attack, however, Patriot Day has the ability to strike a universally, because terrorism is a global issue. However, it is not as frustrating as graphic images of falling limbs and injured bodies because it is in abundance
You will love this movie for the same reason that you praised Ram Madhavani’s ‘Neerja’ last year. Telling Peter Berg’s compelling and sympathetic story will make you feel a part of the crisis rather than an audience. Atmospheric and taut, you are scared for the safety of the people and mourn for those killed. The narrative makes the air of paranoia, anxiety and clostophobia in its entirety.
What also stands out is innocent casting. Criminal – Dojoker Tsarnaev, whose controversial Rolling Stones cover (August 2013) made in the headlines, has been fully enacted by actor Alex Wolff, we want the film to be a yearning crisp in the second half.
Sharp and thoughtful, this film salutes those who show extraordinary courage and flexibility in front of terrorism.