U.S. Marshals

1998

Action / Crime / Thriller

71
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 27%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 54%
IMDb Rating 6.5 10 86136

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Cast

Robert Downey Jr. as Special Agent John Royce
Tommy Lee Jones as Chief Deputy Marshal Samuel Gerard
Wesley Snipes as Mark J. Sheridan / Warren / Roberts
Joe Pantoliano as Deputy Marshal Cosmo Renfro
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2hr 11 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Nadine Salakov 9 / 10

An entertaining sequel.

U.S. Marshals is another example of how sequels should be done, it has a great "police hunting down a fugitive" plot with realistic performances, perfect directing and brilliant editing. It is similar to "The Fugitive" but not an exact carbon copy.

U.S. Marshals is fast-paced, has great colleague chemistry, and has a shocking twist.

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca 8 / 10

A sequel - and equal - to The Fugitive

A sequel and equal to THE FUGITIVE, this exciting, highly watchable thriller deserved a much bigger success than the lacklustre performance it had when released in the cinemas. I just don't understand why people didn't like it, except that perhaps there is a case of 'seen it before', as there is much the same feel to it as THE FUGITIVE. However, the film is by no means a copy, the plot is completely different and offers up many new situations, the only thing which is directly lifted from the original is the opening crash, this time by plane instead of train.

The film is constantly full of conspiracy trappings (the norm for '90s thrillers), conflict, both verbal and physical, and supported well by a clever script as Snipes and Jones both behave in believable ways. The acting is all very good, with Tommy Lee Jones reprising his role as the laconic hunter who never loses. Jones oozes charisma and comes across as a very cool character. Snipes' character may not be as sympathetic as Ford's was in THE FUGITIVE, but he's a fine actor and a tough, wily opponent. Robert Downey Jr. lends solid support as a special agent, and the rest of the cast are all commendable.

However, it's the action sequences which stand out, from the opening plane crash to the excellently choreographed shootout in a cemetery, of all places. Coupled with some literally amazing stunts - Snipes swinging off a tall building on to the roof of a moving train, this never loses touch with reality, as events are based very much in fact. Like THE FUGITIVE, U.S. MARSHALS has a feel to it which instantly raises it above the level of other such fare in the cinemas today, and it's a film which deserves to become something of a minor classic.

Reviewed by adonis98-743-186503 8 / 10

The Sequel to The Fugitive doesn't disappoint!!

US Marshal Samuel Gerard (Jones) and his team of Marshals are assigned to track down Sheridan (Snipes), who has been accused of a double-murder. Although it gets dragged a lot and has some boring pacing U.S Marshals the sequel to the 1993 Masterpiece titled "The Fugitive" is still not a bad film or in this case sequel it's just that it repeats itself threw out the whole thing and it has way too many side stories about some characters that we think that they are the big villains and as it turns out they weren't as far as acting goes Tommy Lee Jones, Wesley Snipes and Robert Downey Jr give 3 great leading performances, the action was handled really well and the story although it's the exact same thing and it moves kinda way too slow at times it still works cause you have an interesting premise and 3 great leading characters and performances. Is the sequel worth watching? Yes of course. Is it better than the Original? Not even in a thousand years but it's still a very good 90's sequel and that's why i'll give it a 8/10

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