Angelina Jolie played was Elise Clifton-Ward is a British woman who is chased by French Police. The Sheriffs are working with the Scotland Yard under the management of Inspector Paul Bettany as John Acheson. John has wasted his years chasing Alexander Pearce, the lover of Elise and owes £744 million through the back taxes. He is thought to have undergone plastic surgery to change his appearance. In one Parisian cafe, Elise takes written orders from Pearce: Like board the train going to Venice; take a man; let the sheriffs thought that he is Pearce. But, Elise flames the note, avoided the police and headed the train.
The movie displays the focus of a concentration deficit schizophrenic, the film unites its way during an odd blend of romantic, mysterious and comedy elements. There is no trouble with a movie that holds numerous genres, as long as it can be effective. The only trouble the movie has is that it does not know what kind of reaction the movie wanted to suggest. The romance orchestra soars a moment, we're delicacy to some slapstick shenanigans comes next, and then came the brooding slight key to tell us that there's a mysterious mystery.
Entertainment, engagement, humor or to educate, is what every movie must provide. The saving grace in this film is the running joke that Depp's have in his character, not speaking of Italian, but speaks Spanish to Italians and vice versa. The lesson learned here is that not everything that sparks is really gold. The lesson of eternal cliché is in this movie that grossed $278 million from its being worldwide box office after having a $100 million-funded film.