Eye For Film >> Movies >> Paris Lockdown (2007) DVD Review
Reviewed by: Richard MellorRead Richard Mellor's film review of Paris Lockdown
You’d have to think Paris Lockdown worthy of more stars than we’ve given it to sit through the DVD’s 50-minute production diary. Shot as the film was, well, filmed, it’s honest, explanatory and extremely, profoundly boring. Sleeping pills have caused less cerebal shutdown. Not only that, but it’s also faintly unsurprising – all the nasty characters are nice actors, the shot was a lot of fun, the... zzzzzzzz.
Much more thrilling and frenetic is the other extra – although it’s not exactly a remarkably inventive addition. Yes, it’s that old favourite – the original trailer. It didn’t make me want to watch the film again.Reviewed on: 24 Jun 2008