“Colombiana” is a 2010 motion movie about an murderer (Zoe Saldana) weeding out the person who murdered her oldsters. The movie was once written through Luc Besson and Robert Mark Kamen, the similar group in the back of “Taken,” and directed through Olivier Megaton, who directed each “Taken” sequels. Taking this under consideration, it will have to come as no wonder that the motion sequences in “Colombiana” are almost incomprehensible.
Judging through the infinitely clearer behind-the-scenes pictures, it’s obvious that Saldana truly put within the paintings and skilled onerous to turn into professional in Krav Maga and with firearms and different guns. Alternatively, through merely staring at the movie, you most likely would not get that influence. The blame lies solely on Megaton and editor Camille Delamarre, who additionally served as Megaton’s editor at the “Taken” and “Transporter” sequels. The choreography and bodily performances going down on set would most probably be spectacular to watch in actual existence, however the struggle scenes are mangled past all popularity within the enhancing room.
It turns into downright laughable how many alternative digital camera angles are used to duvet a unmarried struggle. The hyperactive enhancing infrequently shall we photographs closing for greater than a few frames earlier than leaping to the following shot. To make the fights much more of a jumbled mess, lots of the photographs are complicated close-up inserts and regularly spoil the 180-degree line, which makes display route unimaginable to practice. “Colombiana” is a robust contender for the name of ‘worst edited motion movie of all time’ along “Taken 3.”