His bodyguard, Morris (Ray Stevenson) follows closely behind, but we suspect he may not be on the side. Now in all this, the only person around who can save President Alan Moore, is a thirteen year old boy called Oskari (Onni Tommila).
We also get to meet Felicity Huffman – Director Of The Central Intelligence Agency, Victor Garber – Vice President Of The United States, Ted Levine – General Underwood, Jim Broadbent – Herbert, a former CIA operative and advisor, Mehmet Kurtulus – Hazar, a CIA operative posing as a freelance terrorist and last but not the least Jaymes Butler as the Secret Service Agent.
All of them have their parts cleanly etched out and come in and go out of the narrative as and when required.
Talking about the actors, though everyone has done justice to the roles given to them, the film however, belongs to Onni Tommila and Samuel L. Jackson.
While Onni is superb as the baffled kid, Samuel L. Jackson is warm, aggressive, enduring and aggressive at the same time.
Big Game holds no major surprises as the narrative of the film is very similar to any film in the action genre. The beauty of the film lies in the way the director has approached the entire subject.
It has the unforgiving terrain, the unlikely hero, conspiracies, twists and turns that keeps you hooked on to it till the last moment.
The action is slick and the dialogues are to die for. The pace of the film is what makes it breezy and a fun watch.
Big Game directed by Jalmari Helander is based on the 2013 book of the same name.
The film that stars Samuel L. Jackson, Onni Tommila, Felicity Huffman, Victor Garber, Ted Levine, Jim Broadbent, and Ray Stevenson and is worth a watch.
Big Game is all about President Of The United States, Alan Moore (Samuel L. Jackson) stranded in the wilderness of Finland, when his Air Force One is ...2.5