Action / Crime / Drama / Thriller

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IMDb Rating 5.7 10 52900


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Joe Manganiello as Joe 'Grinder' Phillips
Arnold Schwarzenegger as John 'Breacher' Wharton
Sam Worthington as James 'Monster' Murray
Mireille Enos as Lizzy Murray
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Stevieboy666 5 / 10

Arnie well past his best

Fairly simple plot about revenge and a drug bust gone wrong. Not that it really matters, this is a movie that delivers on action and violence. And it's pretty strong on the latter. A lot of unconvincing CGI blood flying around, but at the same time much of the gore is pretty realistic looking too. And we get the usual Arnie somehow surviving despite have rounds of serious ammo aimed at him. As for the big man himself he's one of my heroes, with the likes of The Terminator & Predator being some of my favourite movies. But sadly he just looks too old here to be doing this sort of thing now. Come on Arnie, time to hang up those weapons! Pretty forgettable film, perhaps worth watching just the once.

Reviewed by RoboRabbit89 4 / 10

Not Arnold's best but a somewhat decent action movie.

Arnold is really cool in this film even though it's not his best work.

Arnold plays John Wharton aka "Breacher" leader on the DEA swat team. On their latest bust his team find a large crate size of money and they agree to steal it ( at least a small amount).

In this film Arnold doesn't play a good cop or at least not a squeaky clean one. It's been awhile since I've seen this, I can only remember seeing this at least maybe four times and that I think was three years ago so I'm a little fuzzy on details. The movie is basically a whodunit because himself and his team are targeted and being killed one by one by an anonymous killer and their stolen drug money is missing.

Director David Ayer is the co-writer with Skip Woods they both made I feel an alright little action-mystery thriller here, but having said that this movie does have is flaws which I'll get into some here.

The dialog is not really good, or at least in parts, but on the whole it's OK. The characters could have been written a little better as in the team mates, I don't know, I felt something was missing because you don't feel really close to them. As for the Arnold's character, at least you cared for the most, his dialog wasn't great either but OK in parts. On to the murders, the after views of team mates killed are fairly horrific and quite gory too so if your squeamish you have been warned, but it's really not that bad because those scenes are briefly shown and their aren't that many.

On to the good stuff, the action scenes are awesome and very exciting, there is a car chase scene where Arnold is in the back of a truck firing at a car with the shooter in the open trunk firing back that scene was awesome. And they're cool shoot outs plus an awesome kick ass ending that is very satisfying which I love.

Overall not a great movie but I think it's one of those sort of fun tough guy action movies that is in my opinion a bare bones no BS type that can be enjoyed once and awhile.

I give this a 4/10. If your an Arnold fan or even an action fan I think you can enjoy this, give it a look.

Reviewed by TBJCSKCNRRQTreviews 6 / 10


After a raid on a cartel safehouse, members of an elite DEA task force find themselves being picked off one at a time.

It's so much stupider than that, but I want you to find out for yourself if you choose to watch this. This is the only thing Ayer has directed that I don't love. Yes, even with all the issues Suicide Squad has. And I can't hate this. What works is actually really good. Still, ultimately, this is done in by its very foundation. The concept is based on something so dumb, there are three different entries for it in the Goofs section. Two people read what others had written about it already, and still felt the need to explain how baffling it is in their own words. And I applaud them for it.

That's not all. The "locker room" talk that is applied perfectly in Street Kings is here overpowering. Characters are obnoxious to the point of it becoming white noise, which drowns out even all their definition, development and the, sometimes out-there, things that happen to them. Arnie and others act their hearts out. The tone is simply mean-spirited. Sadism, blood and gore is lingered on where before this director limited it, made it disturbing not celebrated, to much greater effect. The action is too spread out, and once you get past the opening set-piece, it never gets that big again. Most of the slasher murder mystery is boring. The resolution is absurd and unsatisfying, both what ended up in the film and the Trivia's original versions.

There's a ton of swearing and sex for its own sake(frequently immediately followed by violence, or soured by other nastiness) in addition to what I've already mentioned. I recommend this solely to those who, like me, take in everything they can of David's work. 6/10

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