He Who Dares


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Reviewed by Michael Ledo 7 / 10

The holidays are more about family...and kidnapping

On Christmas Eve, the prime ministers daughter (Christina Bellavia) is kidnapped, along with some of her friends. They are taken to an underground parking/office complex which is made secured. A team of SAS go into the facility to confront the bad guys, who are every bit as proficient as them. Tom Benedict Knight leads the SAS group. However the reason to watch the film is the dark comedy of sociopath Simon Phillips who holds people hostage, gives them hope, then a bullet.

There are grindhouse moments in the film with few slow scenes. The downfall of the film is the reason for the whole operation and the generic class warfare speeches spewed by Phillips toward the end.

Parental Guide: F-bombs. No sex or nudity.

Reviewed by johnhickman-85755 1 / 10


I have seen some bad movies but this one takes the biscuit. Totally unreal. I can understand poetic license and fiction but this one has gone to far. Total waste of money for anyone paying to see it. The portrayal of the SAS is a disgrace.

There is no way that the SAS would act in such an unprofessional manner. Poetic license and dramatisation at its worst.

In my opinion someone somewhere has tried to make a fast buck out of this. Hopefully it has failed.

Whilst some of the acting was OK the majority was third grade and better suited to drama school.

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca 3 / 10

A dog's dinner...

HE WHO DARES is the British knock-off of THE RAID, if you can believe it. It follows the fortunes of a master criminal who kidnaps a young woman and takes refuge in an underground car park (!) along with no less than 28 of his crew, all of whom are present merely as cannon fodder for the SAS team who've been sent in to rescue the hostages and kill the bad guys.

That's all the plotting you're going to get, but even so HE WHO DARES seems long-winded and very shallow. The script is of an amateurish level and the characters are one-dimensional, but that wouldn't matter too much if the action was of a quality standard. The problem is that isn't. The fight scenes are boringly choreographed and everything just seems like a slow, unskilled version of THE RAID. It's never the least bit exciting.

It doesn't help that the chief villain is played by Simon Phillips (JACK SAID), giving another execrable performance that belongs in a pantomime. I notice this guy seems to produce a lot of the films he's in, so as he's got money to his name that must be the only reason he keeps getting cast. The acting is poor across the board here, but he's by far the worst. I wonder if he'll ever give a performance I like?

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