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Action | Adventure
Frame Rate:
24 fps
English 5.1  
Run Time:
106 min
IMDB Rating:
0 / 10 
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Directors: Cedric Nicolas-Troyan [Director] ,

Movie Description:
Meticulous and preternaturally skilled, Kate is the perfect specimen of a finely tuned assassin at the height of her game. But when she uncharacteristically blows an assignment targeting a member of the yakuza in Tokyo, she quickly discovers she's been poisoned, a brutally slow execution that gives her less than 24 hours to exact revenge on her killers. As her body swiftly deteriorates, Kate forms an unlikely bond with the teenage daughter of one of her past victims. —Netflix


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Put 'DOA', 'John Wick', 'Nikita' and 'Crank' in a blender and you get 'Kate'

From childhood Kate has been trained to be the perfect assassin. In the opening scenes we see her take out a member of the Yakuza in Osaka in front of his brother and daughter. Ten months later she is in Tokyo and still bothered about the girl witnessing the killing and wants to quit. Of course she will have to undertake one final mission. This doesn't go to plan and she lets the target live. She chases the target but crashes her car. In hospital she learns that she had been poisoned before the job got underway. There is no chance of survival; she has about twenty four hours to find the person responsible and get her revenge.

It is fair to say this film is fairly derivative; the central premise comes from the classic film noir 'DOA' but by having our lead an assassin out for a revenge, rather than an ordinary person, we get treated to lots of 'John Wick' style action as she works her way to her target... original no but highly entertaining if you like that sort of thing. The action is suitably varied as people are shot, stabbed and in once case decapitated with a samurai sword! This is all impressively choreographed. The action is pretty violent with plenty of blood being spilt and some fairly unpleasant injuries shown. The story is fairly predictable with twists that anybody familiar with this sort of film will see a mile off; that didn't matter for me though as the action doesn't let up long enough to give you time to worry about such things. Mary Elizabeth Winstead is really impressive as Kate; making the action seem believable. Woody Harrelson is solid as her mentor, even though he gets less screen time than one might hope for and Miku Martineau is likable as Ani, the daughter of the man she kills in the opening scene and later gets caught up in Kate's revenge operation. The Tokyo setting is great; I'm glad they had Japanese characters talking in subtitled Japanese rather than having them speak English as would probably have been the case had it been made a few years ago. Overall I'd definitely recommend this to fans of the genre.

Now this was rather entertaining...

When I sat down to watch the 2021 action crime movie titled "Kate" from writer Umair Aleem and director Cedric Nicolas-Troyan, I must admit that I had been told that the movie wasn't all that great. But still, I opted to sit down to watch it and rate the movie based on my own impressions of what I saw.

And let me say that I am glad that I did, because "Kate" turned out to be a rather entertaining movie for me. There was just something dynamic about the storyline that worked out quite well, and I will say that there wasn't a dull moment throughout the course of the movie.

The story told in "Kate", as written by Umair Aleem, was well-written and nicely paced. It was a storyline that was easy to follow and actually takes you on an adrenaline-filled thrill ride. So the writer managed to put together a very wholesome and entertaining storyline here.

I was immediately submerged and drawn into the setting and the plot of "Kate", so the movie turned out to be rather enjoyable for me.

Visually then "Kate" is a great movie, especially with the setting of the whole thing. And the whole chase and shootout scene in the back alleys was just amazing, it was like watching an intense shooter game.

"Kate" has a great cast ensemble that includes the likes of Mary Elizabeth Winstead (playing Kate),Miku Patricia Martineau (playing Ani), Woody Harrelson (playing Varrick) and Jun Kunimura (playing Kijima). So you are in for a great treat in terms of cast. And the actors and actresses definitely performed well in the movie and brought their characters to life on the screen in a fulfilling manner.

I was more than genuinely entertained by "Kate", and it feels like a good old fashioned action crime movie, one that you can watch more than just once.

My rating of "Kate" lands on a seven out of ten stars.

Orientalist videogame

Action scenes are well coreographed and there are interesting (although in a quite Orientalist spirit) sets. However, the predictable and full of clichés script seems to have been made by a machine. Music score is horrible. There are scenes (the car chase must be highlighted here) that seriously look like videogame. Indeed, so does the story. The sequence of important enemies looks like phases of a game. Too much money spent for a too unimportant and characterless movie.
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