The Playground (2017) is a English movie. Edreace Purmul has directed this movie. Myles Cranford,Merrick McCartha,Shane P. Allen,Christopher Salazar are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2017. The Playground (2017) is considered one of the best Thriller movie in India and around the world.
A fable of five vastly separate inner-city lives who struggle against their limitations in an interlocking tale assembled by a dark orchestrator.
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I haven't seen a movie like this in a long time. I was left thinking about the themes that were brought forth by this movie for days after. I don't want to give too much away but the way the different plots game together was masterful and insightful. It's rare to have high minded content combined with artistic talent and creativity.
With all the movies out there that lack substance, I really enjoyed this movie for its unique take and spin on classic themes and storylines that will resonate with any viewer. The movie does a great job of weaving the different characters' storylines into one thrilling narrative that is full of subversive lessons, take aways and "samplings" from classic storylines.
This story is uniquely fashioned from old tales that have been spun together into a modern day setting. As a thriller, this film was deeply engaging as it jumps from a few different character's stories into one grand finale. The primary theme in this movie is about making the right choices in life regardless of where you find yourself. Although this movie is lengthy, the pace of the story is quick and kept me entrenched until the end. The episodic feel of this movie also makes it feel kinda like a well developed Greek tragedy. I highly recommend this movie to anyone looking for a thriller that goes deeper than just suspense.
This movie is a series of morality plays that eventually come together as one story. As in all morality plays, the choices made, have consequences. It's a lengthy film and I feel as if the quality of the acting and writing was sacrificed. The acting and dialogue was wooden and and forced as if reading directly from cue cards. I didn't feel anything from or for the characters, just empty. There was so much potential here. I feel a better budgeting would have made this film as good as it should have been.