Plan B: Scheiß auf Plan A

2016 [GERMAN]


IMDb Rating 5.8 10 565

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Julia Dietze as Victoria
Gedeon Burkhard as Schulz
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947.47 MB
German 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 43 min
P/S 6 / 27
1.9 GB
German 5.1
23.976 fps
1 hr 43 min
P/S 12 / 24

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by TheLegendOfThe42 7 / 10

That's how action is done right!

This film truly is a miracle. Why, you want to ask? Well, consider this:

It is the year 2017, and action cinema is struggling. We've seen "Taken", we've seen Jason Bourne come back to the silver screen, we keep seeing all those Disney movies coming out, and while they all have to offer a lot of production value, they all fail at one single thing: the action.

See, when it comes to action, good stuff is hard to come by. That is because it is hard and expensive to film good action. I'm not talking about those cut orgies like in "Taken" or the "Bourne" movies, I'm talking about believable action like in "John Wick" or, ultimately, the good old Hong Kong stuff. Yes, Jackie Chan, Sammo Hung and Yuen Biao would all be proud to see that some unknown German filmmakers understood what they tried to show the world. "Plan B" offers some fight scenes that you won't find in any contemporary film in the western world, and I know that's a bold statement, only amplified by the fact that this is a German film. And since the action team behind "Plan B" has some experience in the Hollywood stunt world, it's probably no wonder that someone like Heidi Moneymaker (stunt double for Scarlett Johansson in "The Avengers" and wife of "John Wick" director Chad Stahelski) makes a well-choreographed and outright amazing appearance in the film. After seeing her, I half expected Keanu Reeves to pop into frame, give some dry one-liner and walk away. But let's not divert too much.

The acting is OK to good (with some exceptions), the cinematography excellent, the soundtrack an astonishing time travel back to the 80s, the atmosphere somewhat reminding of a modern fairy-tale and the action is a blast! Forget these narrow shaky cam shots we all know and hate - this time you get your ten beat combos filmed in wide shots, lots of awfully hard falls and breath-taking speed and precision. It's like Hong Kong action cinema suddenly re-spawned in Berlin, Germany!

The story isn't the highlight of "Plan B", but it still offers more than just a playground for some fights to happen. We have pretty colorful characters, a lovely retro feeling with awesome music, some juicy gangster intrigue and some nice twists - and I honestly haven't seen those in any Jackie Chan movie yet. So don't listen to the nay-sayers, grab a big bag of popcorn, an ice-cold six pack and enjoy one of the most unusual German films of the decade! 7/10!

Reviewed by Kati25793 8 / 10

Amazing action-comedy including a lot of passion and lifeblood

Just saw the movie and I had so much fun!!! Yes, I was a bit skeptical because Martial-Arts or action movies are not the kind of movies I like to watch, but I'm glade that my male friends dragged me to the cinema! Of course you can tell, that three of the main characters are no professional actors,but the boys are very likable and authentic. And those action scene made up for it even more. All fights were brilliant and very nice to watch. You can see that the boys are very experienced stuntmen.

I hope that these guys get a chance from the (German) audience! The fight scenes were brilliant, the humour was great, the boys were awesome and likable. All in all it's a very nice movie to watch with friends and lots of popcorn!

Reviewed by rcp002 10 / 10

One of the best Martial Arts films in recent memory

When I first walked into this film, I had no idea what to expect. I had never heard of this film and just watched it because I had already bought a festival pass at the Saskatoon Fantastic Film Festival.

Let me pre-face this review by saying that I grew up on action films and martial arts cinema. When I watched Plan B, I was blown away. The main attraction of the film is of course it's martial arts - and it is AMAZING. The fight scenes are like a throwback to the days of Bruce Lee and early Jet Li in that it isn't filled with headache-inducing cuts but all fight scenes are from mostly a single side-camera view. The athleticism, speed and power of the three main characters are a sight to behold. Out of the three, the star is Korean-German Cha Lee Yoon who is every bit as good as current Tony Jaa or Iko Uwais. That's not to take away from Can Aydin and Phong Giang, who are both also tremendous. Part of the reason why the action is so great is because the Reel Deal stunt crew is just that, a real stunt team made up of these three magnetic young men.

It's not just the martial arts though - these three stuntmen are loaded with charisma and the film is funny as hell. You can really notice that these three guys are best friends in real life. The film is loaded which hilarious moments interspersed between the incredible action sequences and the acting is very good as well.

Overall, this film has the best martial arts sequences in recent memory, especially for a western film. I highly recommend it for anybody who is a fan of martial arts, comedy or action films.

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