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True History of the Kelly Gang 2019 123movies

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The British Empire branded them as outlaws. The oppressed called them heroes.Sep. 11, 2019124 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Australian bushranger Ned Kelly and his gang flee from authorities during the 1870s.
Plot: Set against the badlands of colonial Australia where the English rule with a bloody fist and the Irish endure, Ned Kelly discovers he comes from a line of Irish rebels—an uncompromising army of cross dressing bandits immortalised for terrorising their oppressors back in Ireland. Nurtured by the notorious bushranger, Harry Power and fuelled by the unfair arrest of his mother, Kelly recruits a wild bunch of warriors to plot one of the most audacious attacks of anarchy and rebellion the country has ever seen.
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I’ve now written a lot of words about ‘True History of the Kelly Gang’, but I really don’t feel as though I’ve scratched the surface of this fascinating, complex and shattering film. Using the story of Ned Kelly and his exploits, the film unpacks the concept of Australian myth-making, questions the stories and figures on which we have constricted our Australian identity, and challenges the ideals of Australian masculinity. ‘True History of the Kelly Gang’ is a magnificent symphony of chaos and contradiction, fury and fear, confusion and clarity, love and revenge, compassion and violence. It left me stunned and speechless, my brain ringing with the sheer scale of it. This is yet another great film digging into the fabric of who we are as a nation and what we have done to get here – in this case, the myths we have constructed to explain and justify the best and worst of ourselves. Justin Kurzel has delivered a remarkable and singular film, as arresting as it is provocative, and already one of the best of the year.
– Daniel Lammin

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Review By: SWITCH. Rating: 10 Date: 2020-01-10
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This was a pretty tough review to write. I had no previous knowledge about Ned Kelly nor his gang. I don’t know if this is a well-known story outside of Australia, but I can understand the reasons for its almost non-existent marketing campaign overseas. It will always feel strange when a movie with such a phenomenal cast doesn’t get enough advertising. George MacKay is exponentially getting more significant roles, and he’s undoubtedly the standout of this film. A genuinely remarkable performance from an actor who keeps impressing me every time I get the opportunity to watch him.

Russell Crowe doesn’t have much screentime, but he always commits 100% to his roles, and this one was no exception. I would even presume that he was used as bait to bring in more viewers, but as I wrote above, it doesn’t seem like the studio was truly worried about that. Charlie Hunnam (Sergeant O’Neill) continues his streak of good performances, Nicholas Hoult (Constable Fitzpatrick) proves once again that he deserves a lot more chances, and Essie Davis (Ellen Kelly) is terrific as Ned’s mother.

Nevertheless, it’s Thomasin McKenzie (Mary) who offers the big surprise. She was extremely funny in Jojo Rabbit, but now she shows an entirely different dramatic range. As you might have figured by now, I believe the cast is the best thing that True History of the Kelly Gang has to offer. Justin Kurzel doesn’t hold back in setting up a truly realistic environment regarding the period where the movie is set, constantly placing the actors in uncomfortable scenes.

It’s beautifully filmed by Ari Wegner (cinematographer), and the score (Jed Kurzel) is also really good. However, I didn’t feel invested in the story nor its characters. This was a challenging film to review simply because when I finished watching it, I didn’t really know how I felt. It rarely happens, but I was stuck in this place where I couldn’t figure out if I enjoyed it or not. I waited a whole day to start this article because I wanted to be sure that I would write a fair review.

With all honesty, I struggled to care about a single aspect story-wise. For more than one hour, the movie feels aimless to me. Ned grows from a kid to a man, his childhood is extremely detailed (Orlando Schwerdt is also great as a young Ned), and everything that ever happened to him or his family is explicitly shown on screen. I simply couldn’t find it captivating enough to hold my attention. The last thirty to forty minutes are a lot better, and the ending is impactful, as well as shocking…

But everything lacks that emotional attachment. I cared more about a certain animal dying by being shot than the actual humans. By the way, it’s a visually shocking film with tons of unrestrained killing, blood, and all sorts of nudity. If you’re sensitive to these aspects, you’ve been warned. It’s a slow-burn where Ned’s life is the driving force of the narrative, but I find it very difficult to be enthralled by the experience. It’s horrible (and lazy) to write it, I know, but I did find it a tad boring.

Maybe knowing the actual real-life story beforehand would help, I’m not entirely sure. I just want to be clear in my review that I don’t feel like I’m the target audience for this movie. It genuinely feels like a film made for people who already know what they’re getting into. Either that or the movie really doesn’t do enough to bring Shaun Grant’s screenplay to life in a compelling manner…

All in all, True History of the Kelly Gang is technically marvelous, and it boasts a phenomenal cast, who all offer amazing performances. George MacKay is a fantastic lead, proving that he deserves bigger roles in Hollywood, while Thomasin McKenzie is the main surprise. Beautifully shot, great score, outstanding production design, and visually shocking scenes create a realistic and engaging atmosphere, but all of this isn’t enough to overcome the film’s storytelling issues. With a slow pace and an overall lack of emotional attachment to the characters, I struggled to feel invested in any aspect story-wise. Its almost non-existent marketing overseas insinuate that it might not be a movie for someone who doesn’t have any knowledge about this real-life Australian gang. I recommend it for its technical attributes, but I can’t deny that I’m probably never watching it again.

Rating: C+

Review By: msbreviews Rating: 5 Date: 2020-04-24
Laughably bad after the first half
If they had drawn out the first half, with Ned Kelly as a kid hanging out with Russell Crowe, then you’ve got a pretty good movie on your hands. I really like what I’ve seen of George MacKay so far, so I was excited for the second half that covers Kelly as an adult, but rarely have I seen a movie go so far off the rails. Forget that it’s historical fantasy. What starts off as a pretty good movie just suddenly becomes unnecessarily hard to follow, pretentiously artsy, surreal, silly, and absurd. Scenes that contain what should be tragic are instead farcical and unintentionally funny, which is all the more bizarre being that the first thirty minutes are so are strong. Mostly I’m irritated that it was such a bait and switch, because had the beginning been as weak as the rest of the movie I wouldn’t have gotten invested enough to needlessly see it through to the end.
Review By: travisbroy Rating: 3 Date: 2020-05-07
Starts Strong But Turns Into an Incoherent Mess
I was drawn to this film because I like the author Peter Carey, who wrote the book upon which this film is based. I tried to read the book and couldn’t get into it, but still thought the movie would be worth checking out. For a while I was digging this savage fictionalized account of the famous Australian outlaw and his gang, but the movie wears out its welcome near the three quarters mark and devolves into an incoherent mess by the time it’s over.

As played by George MacKay, Ned Kelly is an obtuse character. We don’t really get him, and so we don’t really have any reason to care about his story. Worse, I don’t think MacKay gets him either. He tries to build an actual character at first, but by the end he just goes off the wall crazy and gives a grotesque caricature of a performance, all rolling eyes and grimaces and arbitrary line readings. The whole ending sequence of the film is surreal fever dream, which I think was intentional. But it’s also so badly directed and edited as to be incomprehensible, which surely was not. There are themes of family loyalty, toxic masculinity, oppression, you name it, any one of which would make a compelling and in the current cultural climate very relevant anchor for a movie, but all of them are only half baked and are sacrificed to the style over substance approach of the film’s director.

I did like Essie Davis, who plays Ned Kelly’s mother as a slatternly battle axe. It wasn’t intentional on my part, but this movie happened to arrive from Netflix at the same time as “Babyteeth,” another Australian movie from this year also featuring Davis. Apparently, Essie Davis is contractually obligated to appear in every Australian film made. Fine with me, as I like her a lot.

And for fans of the male form, George MacKay, Charlie Hunnam, and Nicholas Hoult spend much of their time on screen in various states of nakedness.

Grade: D+

Review By: evanston_dad Rating: 4 Date: 2020-12-03

Other Information:

Original Title True History of the Kelly Gang
Release Date 2019-09-11
Release Year 2019

Original Language en
Runtime 2 hr 4 min (124 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Biography, Crime, Drama
Director Justin Kurzel
Writer Shaun Grant, Peter Carey
Actors George MacKay, Essie Davis, Nicholas Hoult
Country Australia, United Kingdom, France
Awards 6 wins & 13 nominations
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Digital, DTS
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1, 2.35 : 1 (slowly crops to 2.35 throughout the film)
Camera Arri Alexa XT Plus, Zeiss Super Speed Lenses
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Codex
Cinematographic Process ARRIRAW (3.4K) (source format), Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format)
Printed Film Format D-Cinema

True History of the Kelly Gang 2019 123movies
True History of the Kelly Gang 2019 123movies
True History of the Kelly Gang 2019 123movies
True History of the Kelly Gang 2019 123movies
True History of the Kelly Gang 2019 123movies
True History of the Kelly Gang 2019 123movies
True History of the Kelly Gang 2019 123movies
True History of the Kelly Gang 2019 123movies
True History of the Kelly Gang 2019 123movies
True History of the Kelly Gang 2019 123movies
Original title True History of the Kelly Gang
TMDb Rating 6 189 votes

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