A Man Apart


Action / Crime / Drama / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 11%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 63%
IMDb Rating 6.1 10 40919


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Vin Diesel as Sean Vetter
Timothy Olyphant as Hollywood Jack
Jacqueline Obradors as Stacy Vetter
Jeff Kober as Pomona Joe
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750.67 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 49 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by nikola17 10 / 10

People Are You Series ? This Was Great Vigilante Action Film

I Know It's 12 Years old i did a Vin Diesel Marathon i have watched this movie back in 2009 when i Rented this movie i loved it's so good more then good it's GREAT don't listen to Naysayers who says crap about this movie. this is a series performance Vin Diesel Ever Made I Mean Come On It was very good story it was simple, there's noting wrong with movie i don't understand why why everyone hated this so bad got 11 % Rotten Tomatoes Screw them this movie give it a big look believe it's so good not just because Vin Diesel Is in Movie it's not bad what you think it is from reviews. Sean Vetter (Vin Diesel) Is a is a DEA operative fighting the drug wars along the US/Mexican border. you have another characters in movie like Demetrius Hicks (Larenz Tate) good chemistry together they have good chemistry in movie they went to stop and take down major player from the Baja Cartel that they wanted to take down for many years Memo Lucero (Geno Silva) is arrested. Stacy Vetter (Jacqueline Obradors) is wife of Sean she is not annoying or anything that she is likable.

later that night one of guys broke into Sean House Killed Stacy he got shot but later he was OK in Hospital. he was trying to figure out what's a new mysterious figure known as Diablo Not known for Suicide Squad Diablo remember this movie is made before that many years later. i think it means figure known as Diablo wrests control over the entire operation. so later on Sean ended up in hospital he got out he's out for revenge it's soon later the film gets so good believe me it's great movie ! Vin Diesel character gets series like you don't want to mess with him at all never try to mess with him. later that he goes out their to found out who killed his wife he and his partner Demetrius Hicks must join forces with the jailed Cartel boss to hunt down the dangerous and elusive new player.you have another good character Big Sexy (George Sharperson) is helping out as well. you have scene with Hollywood Jack (Timothy Olyphant) Hit-man (2007), Justified TV Series. you have scene together Vin diesel made me laugh Hollywood Jack is like Cocky guy drug dealer he does OK in movie he wasn't bad. you have many good action scenes in movie that are so good like Car Park area was so good very well done action scenes specially with Minigun scene At Bar Destroying it. and movie is well made i mean it's revenge film and Vin Diesel Character is a series character like you don't want to mess with Character he is series guy who wants found out who killed his wife it was very thrilling i don't get it why it flopped. the film is not full on action but it was Action Mixed Thriller to it noting slow or anything like that it shows Vin Diesel Vin really showed the he is a true actor in this, And i would say it's his best performance in movie it's very well done and it's very underrated there's noting to hate about this movie it's well story, great performance character from Vin Diesel he nailed it his role in movie great 10.10 outstanding hands down give it a look. I Mean it's underrated the movie.

Reviewed by Rodrigo Amaro 7 / 10

A different Diesel

In "A Man Apart", Vin Diesel has all the material to show-off his acting chops not only as a man of action, fully evidenced at the time with "The Fast and the Furious" and "XXX" but also some dramatic edgy parts - better developed under Lumet in the underrated "Find Me Guilty". The movie goes with the basic elements we all love to see in revenge flicks, sometimes hitting the right notes, other times overdoing things but always managing to capture our attention.

Diesel stars as DEA Agent Sean Vetter, a man who has life turned upside down when his wife was killed in an attack that almost cost his life, a brutal retaliation due to his actions that led to the imprisonment of a powerful drug cartel leader (the great Geno Silva). While the man is in prison, a mysterious rival named Diablo is taking over his business, leaving a trail of deaths that might have started with Vetter's wife. Along with his loyal buddy (Larenz Tate), Vettel goes out to risk everything in order to avenge the woman's death and also take down another powerful cartel.

High quality action sequences such as the 'deal turned into ambush' or tense moments like the negotiation between Overdose and the two agents are what makes of "A Man Apart" fully enjoyable, and director F. Gary Gray knows exactly how to present them and what to convey from them. And as usual with him, despite a rather obviously dark approach, he manages to cultivate some humor into the mix, a strange but poignant sense of humor brought on by Hollywood Jack, the American connection with the cartel, nicely played by Timothy Olyphant.

But Mr. Gray didn't get everything right. The rhythm sometimes fails, there's plenty of unnecessary scenes and dialogues, mostly in the beginning; and the writers didn't provide much of a compelling script in regards to some of Vetter/Diesel's actions. You never know exactly when the agent's procedure begins and his solo efforts seeking revenge ends. He's a loose cannon, barely recovering from his wounds and goes with his quest. A man like him, though emotionally shattered with everything that happened, could and should use of his tactics and experiences to form a better operation than the one he improvised with his fellas. They kept going, doing their best but only when the worst thing happened is that his boss showed up? All those awkward elements sort of ruined the experience for me. Other than that, pay no mind to the clich├ęs. They'll always work, much for our joy.

For a movie like this, they end up getting the best guy available and surprising us with a nice performance. Vin Diesel makes something extraordinarily different with this role that for some time you actually forget about the actor and just focus on the character. Darker, somber but still the man of the hours who empties his gun or roll the punches at the bad guys. Not one of his most memorable characters he ever played but here's a unique approach that makes him more dynamic. Come and see. 7/10

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca 4 / 10

Drug thrills spoilt by loud music, shaky camera-work, and dumb twists

A fairly middling revenge thriller, starring new action hero Vin Diesel. Diesel is actually one of the most interesting things in this production, as he's called to emote and act like never before, and he actually holds up pretty well in the performance. It's a shame about the rest of the interchangeable cast, a bunch who put in shouty, show-offy performances and don't engage the viewer's interest whatsoever.

The plot is complex and muddled, involving an imprisoned drugs baron and his new rival on the market, and little more than an excuse for some strong violence. The action, when it comes, is very impressive, including the massive shoot-out about halfway through the movie. Sadly, things become even more muddled towards the end, with a head-scratching twist and a real anti-climax of a conclusion. The biggest disappointment is in the director F. Gary Gray, who brought us the wonderful THE NEGOTIATOR. This one doesn't even come close. The film is dark, blurred and often seems to be filmed with a shaky camera, leaving the viewer straining to make out what's going on, and straining to hear the gruff voices of the cast over the incessant, headache-inducing music.

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