Brawl in Cell Block 99
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Brawl in Cell Block 99

Brawl in Cell Block 99 what we like sometimes is that of seeing blood, and guts, and torn limbs, and feeling Brawl in Cell Block 99 that there is no physical or moral limit in a movie. Anything can happen, and any skull is susceptible to being crushed by the incredibly gifted hands of an (anti) hero with a clear objective and a lot of thrashing to dish out. This is, more or less, what happens in ‘Brawl in the cell block 99’, which drinks from the ‘grindhouse’ of the 70s, from its tributes in the hands of Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodríguez, and also from the style itself in full consolidation of its director, S. Craig Zahler, already a cult filmmaker among fans of the genre.

In this cocktail of elements there are nuances that differentiate them, and that explain why this film that has not even reached Spanish cinemas can be one of the best of the year. That, of course, if you prefer the punches to the hugs, and the revitalization of the traditional molds instead of the real revolutions. The film takes that B-series scent from those exploitation movies of almost half a century ago, and deliberately introduces some of its visual limitations out of sheer pleasure – the taste for the mannequin-victim that would make Ed Wood cry – something that without However, the creators of ‘Planet Terror’ and ‘Death Proof’ (also titled as – oh surprise! – ‘Grindhouse’) polished. Zahler adds something that looks surprisingly well for him on the fertilizer of that ‘low cost’ cinema and the subsequent stylization of his stories: an ‘indie’ sensitivity filter that borders on observational drama. Incompatible? Wait and see.

Duration: 132 min


IMDb: 7.1