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In 2074, when the mob wants to get rid of someone, the target is sent into the past, where a hired gun awaits - someone like Joe - who one day learns the mob wants to 'close the loop' by sending back
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original title: Looper
duration: 1h 53min
tags: Face your future. Fight your past.
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Joe is classified as a "looper", a job in which his employers use time travel to send men from the future to be killed into the past, where Joe can properly dispose of their bodies. However, to tie up loose ends and erase the evidence of his ever being a looper, Joe knows that one day his future self will be sent back for him to kill. When this day comes, Joe's future self is prepared and escapes, and the two men struggle separately in the past trying to evade capture and attempting to fulfill their own personal agendas.
In 2074, when the mob wants to get rid of someone, the target is sent into the past, where a hired gun awaits - someone like Joe - who one day learns the mob wants to 'close the loop' by sending back Joe's future self for assassination.
Looper tells the story of two dystopian worlds: 2042, the film's present, where time travel is yet to be discovered, and 2072, where it exists but has been outlawed. Time machines are only used, however, by organised criminal gangs that cunningly abduct their enemies and send them back 30 years for special contract assassins, called loopers, to execute and cremate - no trace and no questions asked.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays the young, drug-addicted half of the film's protagonist, Joe - a looper whose narrative exposition is as blunt as his merciless killing style. He does not kill out of blood-lust, though, only for the silver bars strapped to the backs of his faceless targets. Indeed, as well as the drug he administers to his eyeballs throughout the film, Joe is addicted to the fashionable clothes, classic cars and glamorous women his murky profession affords him, while at the same time being keen to get out.
When the criminals of 2072 decide to cancel a looper's contract, they simply transport his future self back in time for him to eliminate, along with a generous severance package that he may use to see out his remaining three decades in luxury. This is called 'closing the loop'. However, when Joe's future self (Bruce Willis) materialises before him one day, he escapes, condemning them both to death. Young Joe's only hope is to track down and kill his older and wiser self, a man who's on a mission of his own to change the future.
Like all time travel movies, Looper suffers from a lack of originality. Name your film - The Terminator, 12 Monkeys, The Butterfly Effect - they're all here, or, at least, bits of them are. And yet Rian Johnson (Brick, 2005) somehow manages to splice together numerous familiar ideas to produce something fresh. The thing about time travel as a theme is that it's fundamentally irresistible: we yearn to see the paradox's resolution like impatient time lines straining to reorganise themselves. Fortunately, Johnson has taken great pains both in his writing and direction to avoid the plot holes that usually ruin films such as this.
Gordon-Levitt builds on his reputation as one of the most talented young actors currently in the business, but he's not really the star of Looper. Willis brings all his vintage action man credentials to the fore; Emily Blunt impresses as Sara (Conner, anyone?), the single mother trying to protect her son, Cid (Pierce Gagnon), from the violence heading his way; even Jeff Daniels puts in a decent performance. No one stands out particularly and no one lets this film down - it's a collective triumph on every level.
Looper's film noir style is also one of its strengths. The CGI works well and thankfully doesn't saturate. It's a believable, compassionless world that Johnson creates and one that's sadly becoming increasingly familiar in the present day. It's a Sci-Fi action movie first and foremost with plenty of chase scenes and exciting shoot-outs, but it's also replete with truly disturbing moments. What is a telekinetic child capable of when he gets angry, and what happens to future-people when their past selves are viciously mutilated? There will be blood.
I knew from the opening scene that Looper was going to be special, but it got better by the minute. I have a suspicion that I'll be doing some time travelling of my own very soon - returning to the cinema to see this marvellous film again.
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I love time travel movies. So I had to watch this one. I did not like looper very much. There is little action. Acting was good. Joseph did his best to look like Bruce Willis and that worked out very well. But because Joseph had a bigger part than Willis, I asked myself why this was not worked out the other way around.
The movie is about Loopers who kill people who are sent to them from the future. Spoiler: they even have to kill their own selves, but the thirty years older version of themselves. And there's where they lost me. Why do they let a looper kill his thirty years older version? That's very stupid. That's asking for trouble. The best way to deal with this, is to let an other looper kill an other looper.
The whole deal about this looper thing is because in the future they don't kill people. So they send people to the past and let the killing be done by these loopers. So why did they kill this Asian girlfriend of Willis? Why didn't they kill Willis as well? This movie has flaws. When you are thinking this movie is about the loopers, we get introduced to this rainmaker and his younger version. What happens to this boy in the future, remains a riddle at the end. The ending is very disappointing. It ends in an anticlimax. There is this silence and the screen gets black. Although it is original, it is not an ending of an action movie. People left the cinema in a sort of distress. Asking themselves, was this really the promising movie that turned out to be disappointing?
Their physical disparity notwithstanding, Gordon-Levitt and Willis both come across strongly, while Blunt effectively reveals Sara's tough and vulnerable sides.
They were only meant to take Old Joe but the henchman was startled by his wife and fired carelessly. She also had a gardening tool in her hand that, at a quick glance, looked like a weapon. As previously stated, the killing of Joe's wife was unintentional. However, it's not impossible to murder people in the future. It's just impossible to get away with it. So it's likely that henchman would have been apprehended and charged for her murder. We don't know the specific laws of the time machine. One could assume that time travel technology simply moved people through time, not space (though, when you travel through time you are moving through space as the Earth is constantly moving through space). The Kansas cornfield where the murder victims-to-be show up could be the site of a secret mob time-travel facility 30 years later. Rian Johnson has hinted in an interview that all the time machines have fixed locations, so they cannot be changed to send victims into space, the sea, directly into a furnace, etc. Looper indeed has its unique way of looking at the concept of time travel. Many people have praised the way the concept is depicted here, yet they have also indicated that this approach allows for quite a few plot holes.
The most obvious ones arise from the fact that the story seems unaffected by so-called time paradoxes. A prime example of this is the final twist: young Joe realizes that old Joe is about to kill Cid's mother Sara, which will be the event that causes Cid to become the feared Rainmaker. So young Joe sacrifices himself, and by killing himself, old Joe also vanishes. Sara lives, Cid never becomes the Rainmaker, and the dark future is prevented. But this immediately causes a paradox: if young Joe is dead, then he can't age to become old Joe. If old Joe doesn't travel back to the past, he can't set in motion most of the events in the movie that cause the finale, including young Joe killing himself. And if young Joe doesn't kill himself, old Joe will be sent back in time, forcing the world to go into an endlessly repeating cycle of events.
This is often referred to as the "Grandfather paradox", named after the thought experiment where one cannot theoretically go back in time to kill one's grandfather: doing so would prevent you from being born. If you're not born, you can't travel back in time, and thus you can't kill your own grandfather, which, in turn, causes you to be born, travel back and kill your grandfather. In short, a paradox will ensue when one travels back in time, and does something to affect the act of the time travel itself.
In an interview, Rian Johnson
, director of Looper, has indicated that it was part of an early creative decision to take a linear approach to time, instead of one where there is a constant switch to alternate timelines. This means that time is dealt with on a moment-to-moment basis ("nothing has happened until it happens"). In practice, this means that any changes made to the timeline do not retroactively affect the entire timeline; they only take effect from the moment that changes were made ("Everything is kind of being created and fused in terms of the timeline in the present moment; the universe would realize [the change and] catch up with it").
For example, as soon as young Joe starts to carve messages for old Joe into his arm, Joe receives the scars from this change. Technically, he should have had them even before he was sent back in time. So the timeline is not completely re-written; the change has no effect on the past (before the change), only the future (after the change).
In Johnson's own words: "What's important is what the experience of these people are in the events that happened in the movie. And that, you have to experience in a linear fashion." Whether or not this is an accurate depiction of time-travel, it does conveniently negate the effects of time paradoxes.
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