Nick Schager Reviews Looper

Fulfilling the ambitions of his debut Brick, Rian Johnson crafts a scintillating neo-noir gem of existential quandaries and inescapable fatalism with Looper. In 2044, Joe (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) works as a Looper – a mob assassin who, because it’s too tough to dispose of bodies in the future, kills targets sent back in time by his employers. That vocation becomes complicated when he’s tasked with offing himself, a practice known as “closing the loop” that goes awry when his future self (Bruce Willis) escapes, thus putting both men on the run from crime boss Abe (Jeff Daniels), and eventually leading them to the farmhouse of Sara (Emily Blunt), whose son Cid (a terrific Pierce Gagnon) may grow up to become the mysterious underworld kingpin who’s determined to close out all Looper contracts.

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1 Response to “Nick Schager Reviews Looper”

  1. 1 Georgianne Lessor January 20, 2013 at 12:46 am

    i just love the movie looper, it is really a nice movie. great visual effects too…

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