Hancock

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Hancock

Ensuite, le super héros du moment, Hancock, avec Will Smith qu’on ne présente plus, et la jolie Charlize Theron, que j’ai déjà vu dans Æon Flux et Dans la vallée d’Elah.

John Hancock n’est pas heureux, il fait le super-héros parce qu’il est le plus fort, mais il ne s’intéresse à rien à part ses bouteilles de whisky qui l’aident à ne pas penser a son coté dépressif. Au fil des années, il a sauvé énormément de gens à Los Angeles, mais sans vraiment faire attention aux dégâts qu’il occasionne aux routes, immeubles, trains ou voitures pendant qu’il fait son travail…

Lors de sa dernière intervention, il a capturé plusieurs criminels, mais cela a coûté plus de 9 millions de dollars à la ville pour réparer les dommages… Le public en a assez de Hancock et voudrait qu’il arrête ou qu’il aille jouer ailleurs…

Puis, un jour, Hancock sauve Ray, coincé dans sa voiture sur un passage à niveau. Ray est un spécialiste en relations publiques, et décide d’aider Hancock à changer son image. La femme de Ray, Mary (Charlize Theron) pense qu’Hancock est une cause perdue.

Un petit séjour en prison, la criminalité qui monte en flèche, une jolie femme qui est beaucoup plus que ce qu’elle laisse paraître, un joli costume, un voyage dans la lune, un coeur gravé, et tout est bien qui finit bien…

Ça aurait pu être bien pire, mais c’était pas si mal, Will Smith est tout à fait crédible en sale con alcoolique qui commence a picoler dès le réveil et qui se fâche très fort quand on éclate sa bouteille de whisky à la mitrailleuse… Et puis, c’est une histoire d’amour, qui n’aime pas les histoires d’amour.

Posté par Mathieu Arnold le samedi 30 août 2008 à 20:51

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