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Fans of Adkins will find an onscreen talent who is taking his career to the next level, going behind the camera as producer and writer, taking control of his own destiny.
For all its flaws, Accident Man ultimately succeeds on the charms of its cast and by successfully landing jokes and punches in tandem.
While a few flaws prevent it from hitting its full stride, it is as fun as that team up makes it sound. Stylized directing and great action scenes make this a treat for Adkins fans and genre enthusiasts alike.
While definitely still a treat for fans of the martial arts star and his new English partner in crime, Accident Man is also a mild disappointment, mostly because the film seemingly bit off a touch more than it could chew.
I certainly hope there are more Accident Man movies, but I always hope there are more Scott Adkins movies. This is certainly a fun universe for him to play in, and we could see Fallon cause more accidents and fight more rejects of the Oasis.
Someone must've watched John Wick and thought to themselves "This woulda bin great if it was a kids cartoon!". And then someone else... Made a hard live action version of that cartoon I guess?
Came for the Ray Stevenson, stayed for the over the top hammy fight scenes ripped straight out of a 90s kung-fu movie and the bangin' soundtrack.
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