Uncharted, the review of the film with Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg

44 million copies sold worldwide. 4 Main chapters (Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune, Uncharted 2: Den of Thieves, Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception and Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End) and two spin-offs (Uncharted: The Golden Abyss and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy) which over the years have won the hearts of owners of a playstation. It was therefore not child’s play to turn such a phenomenon into a film. The risk of disappointing fans was high, as was the risk of making an incomprehensible work for those who have never touched a console in their life. But as General George Patton said: “Accept the challenges if you want to experience the euphoria and the taste of victory”. Thus director Ruben Fleischer (venom, Zombieland) and the trio of writers (Art Marcum, Matt Holloway and Rafe Judkins) chose to create an original story. the movie Uncharted, (in cinemas from February 17) tells the genesis of Nathan Drake, the fearless protagonist of the videogame saga who could only have the face of Tom Holland. Alongside him, the action-movie veteran Mark Wahlberg

Unchartedbetween the Negroni cocktail and Indiana Jones


Uncharted, the final trailer of the movie with Tom Holland

What do Count Camillo Negroni have in common, who in Florence in 1919 created the cocktail that bears his name by adding gin to Campari and red vermouth, and Nathan Drake, the hero of Uncharted† Apparently nothing. Actually many things. The Florentine noble was a likeable, horseman, fencing master and gambler. In short, a lover of risk. And it is no coincidence that the film begins with Tom Holland in a bartender version who, behind a counter, mixes a Negroni for a rich New York scion and in the meantime steals her bracelet. A tribute to one of the great classics of mixology for a film that, like the video game of the same name, is inspired by classic adventure films. The film, net of glowing special effects and aerial acrobatics, has the vintage flavor of the exploits of Captain Blood played by Errol Flynn or the archaeologist Indiana Jones

Tom Holland, Mark Wahlberh and the rest of the cast


Uncharted, Tom Holland on the movie’s stunt scenes

“The sea is dangerous and its storms terrible, but these obstacles have never been enough reason to stay ashore … Unlike mediocre spirits, intrepid spirits seek glory in feats that seem impossible … the most daring of all efforts … to meet without bow the dark dark future and conquer the unknown”. These are the words of Ferdinando Magellano, the Portuguese explorer and navigator who attempted, unsuccessfully, the first circumnavigation of the globe. And it is precisely his unfinished business that is the fille rouge of Uncharted† Like in an old swashbuckling movie, Tom Holland and his mentor Victor “Sully” Sullivan (Mark Wahlberg) go hunting in the mythical treasure collected by Magellan’s fleet during its voyage. In an epiphany of Maps, puzzles, postcards, ships, keys, crosses, cars, planes, the couple travels from New York to Barcelona, ​​​​makes Berlin to the Philippine Sea, in an odyssey in which the Old World meets the new . In this traveling amusement park, the lazy villain could not miss that in Uncharted has the face of Antonio Banderas. The Spanish star now seems fond of these roles of egotic villain, given that the malevolent Santiago Moncada has some points in common with Aristotle Papadopoulos of How I Kill Your Body Guard 2† The cast is completed by Tati Gabrielle (The terrifying adventures of Sabrina) as Braddock insane and taciturn mercenary armed with karambit and Sophia Taylor Ali (Truth or DareThe Wilds) who plays the elusive antiquity thief Chloe Frazer.

Unchartedthe plot of the movie


Uncharted, new commercial of the film with Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg

Based on one of the best-selling and critically acclaimed video game series, Uncharted introduces the crafty young Nathan Drake (Tom Holland) to the audience on his first treasure hunt adventure with witty partner Victor “Sully” Sullivan (Mark Wahlberg). In an epic action-packed adventure that spans the entire world, the two protagonists set out on a perilous search for the “greatest treasure ever found”, chasing clues that could lead them to Nathan’s long-missing brother.

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