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Run Lola Run 1998 123movies

Run Lola Run 1998 123movies

Every second of every day you're faced with a decision that can change your life.81 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Lola receives a phone call from her boyfriend Manni. He lost 100,000 DM in a subway train that belongs to a very bad guy. Lola has 20 min to raise this amount and meet Manni. Otherwise, he will rob a store to get the money. Three different alternatives may happen depending on some minor event along Lola’s run.
Plot: Lola receives a phone call from her boyfriend Manni. He lost 100,000 DM in a subway train that belongs to a very bad guy. She has 20 minutes to raise this amount and meet Manni. Otherwise, he will rob a store to get the money. Three different alternatives may happen depending on some minor event along Lola’s run.
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Run Lola Run 1998 123movies 1Run Lola Run 1998 123movies 27.7/10 Votes: 194,067
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An exhilarating, upbeat journey
“Run Lola Run” is one of the most fun, involving, stylish movies I’ve seen in a long time. The suspense is high from the get-go, with Lola’s boyfriend Manni phoning her to say that if he doesn’t get 100,000 deutsche marks within 20 minutes, a gangster will kill him. Immediately, Lola sets off running through Berlin in a frantic attempt to locate the money. The fun part is that we see Lola’s journey three times with three very different outcomes, determined by little things that happen to Lola as she runs.

Lola (the engaging Franka Potente) manages to be both an iconic, super-cool heroine, and a believable young woman who just wants to get her boyfriend out of trouble. IMDb ratings show that this is the rare action movie that appeals to girls more than to guys, probably because Lola is such a strong character.

This is exhilarating film-making, with a propulsive soundtrack, a fast pace, and many flashy effects like animated and black-and-white sequences–in addition to the most stunning use of split-screen that I’ve ever seen. Incredibly for such a young director, these techniques are employed with great assurance. I also like how although the film is “hip” and sometimes amused by the crazy things that happen to people, it’s never cynical. Instead, there’s a sweet optimism to it, a faith in karma and love.

Occasionally, “Run Lola Run” is a bit too clever for its own good. The rapid-fire montages that show the fates of minor characters are superficially amusing, but unnecessarily hammer home the theme that “little things can have a huge effect on a person’s life.” However, the movie’s philosophies are still ambiguous enough that there’s a lot to think about when it’s over. Furthermore, “Run Lola Run” is an extraordinarily good time; it’s impossible to take your eyes off the screen whenever Lola’s on it.

Review By: marissas75 Rating: 9 Date: 2006-02-28
run, run, run (the Velvet Underground)…
The story takes place in Berlin. Manni, one of the two main characters of the movie is in dire straits. Indeed, he works for a dealer and has forgotten a substantial amount of money in the subway (100 000 marks!). If he hasn’t given this amount to his boss before midday, he is dead. So you can imagine his state. But his girlfriend, Lola is well decided not to give him up and to get him out of this tight spot. And fortunately, she has an idea to find 100 000 marks. But she must be quick. She has only 20 minutes in front of her to get the money and to save her man.

Someone who didn’t see “Lola rennt” (1998) and reads the basic topic might think that he deals with a movie with a hackneyed subject. However, if he is told that the treatment is drastically different, then we may incite him to watch this movie and he probably won’t regret it. Indeed, following the starting point, the movie puts forward 3 solutions to solve Manni’s trouble. Either, Lola’s father refuses to lend her money, either Lola holds up the bank, either, she can’t get through to her father. So, this will give birth to 3 different stories which will lead to 3 different conclusions. Inside these stories, a detail, a little moment is sufficient to change Lola’s running in the street and it can also modify the course of things. For example, when Lola leaves her flat, there’s a young man with a dog in the corridor. Will he trip Lola up? Will she hesitate a moment because of the dog? Will she jump over it? If she chooses one of these three solutions, it can lead to dramatic consequences for others characters (her father’s colleague in the car).

By adopting a clip side “à la MTV” in the making, by using all the possibilities offered by a camera (succession of pictures filmed in a fast way or scenes in slow motion), by including wild extracts of animation film, through precise camera angles “à la David Fincher” and with a sharp sense of detail, the director Tom Tykwer makes us really share her heroin’s state of stress and the fact of knowing that to save her boyfriend is a matter of life and death strikes right at the heart. Lola’s uneasiness is heightened by the fact that every time she meets someone in the street, odd sometimes spooky thoughts come thick and fast. Rarely has a director has so well combined anxiety and excitation to the spectator. We allow ourselves to be led astray by Lola’s unrestrained running with frenzy while bearing in mind, the fear of time which inexorably passes. It is also relevant to note down that Tykwer’s camera nearly never stands still and finds moments of break between the three stories when Lola and Manni are lying side by side.

Franka Potente with her loud red hair (which I interpret as a symbol of hope mingled with fear) in the wind, wearing a tank top spends most of her time to run in the film, hounded by the camera which continually follows her everywhere she goes, either it is a little street, an avenue or a building site but she also capable of emotion (when her father refuses to give her financial help, she starts to cry). Let’s just regret heavy effects (when she screams, she can break glass.

A movie with such a treatment was to be destined to make a beautiful career abroad. Lola had run with enormous success on numerous German screens, she had to run on plenty others foreign screens a bit all over the world to satisfy a lot of viewers.

The clip side of the whole, the sustained use of the techno music will probably fail to please certain film enthusiasts but will surely perceive “Lola rennt” as a lively and a really great exercise of style. An exciting experience which is worth the trip and after the projection, Lola keeps on running in the mind of the ecstatic spectator.

Review By: dbdumonteil Rating: 9 Date: 2005-02-04

Other Information:

Original Title Lola rennt
Release Date 1998-03-03
Release Year 1998

Original Language de
Runtime 1 hr 21 min (81 min), 1 hr 20 min (80 min) (USA)
Budget 1530000
Revenue 7267585
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Crime, Drama, Thriller
Director Tom Tykwer
Writer Tom Tykwer
Actors Franka Potente, Moritz Bleibtreu, Herbert Knaup
Country Germany
Awards 28 wins & 21 nominations total
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Arriflex 535
Laboratory Geyer-Werke, Berlin, Germany
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm (Eastman EXR 100T 5248, EXR 200T 5293), Video (selected scenes)
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm

Run Lola Run 1998 123movies
Run Lola Run 1998 123movies
Run Lola Run 1998 123movies
Run Lola Run 1998 123movies
Run Lola Run 1998 123movies
Run Lola Run 1998 123movies
Original title Lola rennt
TMDb Rating 7.4 1,611 votes

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