2018, Action/Mystery and thriller, 1h 23m24 Reviews 100+ Ratings
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211's disjointed assortment of action clichés and uninspired set pieces adds up to roughly zero. Read critic reviews
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Critic Reviews for 211
Despite a high body count and the expenditure of extraordinary amounts of ammunition, 211 is inert.June 9, 2018 | Rating: 1.5/4 | Full Review…
A muddled, overcrowded, trigger-happy heist movie brimming with clichs while constantly trying our patience.June 8, 2018 | Rating: 2/4 | Full Review…
A cavalcade of crap. Loud crap.June 8, 2018 | Rating: 1/4 | Full Review…
It's probably foolish to wish that Nicolas Cage would once again make movies as good as Adaptation and Leaving Las Vegas. But is it too much to ask that he go back to the comparative glory days of Con Air and The Rock?
Unsurprisingly, the director doesn't get very good work from a cast asked primarily to ramp up the intensity on stereotypes.
Even the subset of Nicolas Cage fans who like it when the actor makes laughably terrible movies will have trouble sitting through "211"...
Audience Reviews for 211
Jul 26, 2020Everybody in this is just so unbelievably stupid, the closest I ever came to having a feeling watching this swill, was feeling angry.Gimly M Super Reviewer
Nov 16, 2018By now, my regular readers will know that I absolutely love Nicholas Cage, however being a super fan comes with some complications. The fact is that Cage is one of the most active stars in Hollywood, willing to take on any role, and there in lies the problem. His most recent film, 211, may be one of the most pointless and uninteresting action films ever made. Four mercenaries who are looking to get back at their corrupt boss, start robbing banks where he keeps his money. This leads them to the small town of Chesterfield, where a job is interrupted by the police, leading to a stand-off. Cage stars as Mike Chandler, an officer nearing his retirement, saddled with his son-in-law as a partner. What made 211 so bad is that the stand-off and shoot outs take over the majority of the time and Dog Day Afternoon, this film is not. Aside from the occasional expletives, there are long shoot out sequences with no dialogue. When the action cools down and people finally do speak, it's actually worse, because then the lack of experience and talent of the supporting cast is painfully evident. Action movies are supposed to be exciting and get the blood pumping, even if the story isn't all that great, it's something the genre has lived on since the 1970s, but 211 is an action filmed that bored me. When one is watching an action film and nodding off, it is an indicator that something is seriously wrong with that film. I do love Nicholas Cage, but this movie won't be anywhere near the greatest hits boxed set.Todd S Super Reviewer
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