‘Ambulance: A Murder Day‘, action movie starring Jake Gyllenhaal (‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’), is already showing in national cinemas and seems to have not pleased its own director.
Michael Baycelebrated for its elaborate action sequences and practical pyrotechnics, stated that he was not satisfied with the film’s visual effects.
Em entrevista ao Les Cinémas Pathé Gaumont, Bay revealed his dissatisfaction with the production’s CGI.
“All those explosions and cars flipping over, this is all real. This is all live, real. looks very dangerous [e] it can be very dangerous if you don’t know what the hell you’re doing. Most are real stunts. There are very few blue screen shots in the movie. There’s not a lot of CGI. The visual effects suck in this movie. There are some scenes I wasn’t happy with, okay? All right.”
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Directed by Michael Bay (‘Transformers’), the feature is a remake of the Danish film of the same name released in 2005.
Decorated veteran Will Sharp, desperate for money to cover his wife’s medical bills, asks for help from a person he knows he shouldn’t – his foster brother Danny. A charismatic criminal, Danny offers you a score: the biggest bank robbery in Los Angeles history: $32 million. With his wife’s survival at stake, Will can’t say no. But when their escape goes spectacularly wrong, the desperate brothers hijack an ambulance with an injured police officer fighting for his life and emergency medical technician Cam Thompson on board. In a high-speed chase that never stops, Will and Danny must escape, keep their hostages alive and somehow try not to kill each other, all while executing the most insane escape Los Angeles has ever seen.
Jake Gyllenhaal (‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’), Eiza Gonzalez (‘Rhythm of Escape’) and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II (‘Aquaman’) star in the production.