Catch .44 Reviews
Tries overly hard to copy a Tarantino film, and you become very aware of this, but dismally fails.
Don't watch the film, fast forward 60mins and observe for 10mins. Then fast forward the poor script to watch Bruce shooting Whitaker, then being shot.
Three girls are sent on a mission to collect a bag of money from a double crossed drug deal. The easy job turns out to be more trouble than the girls anticipated. The girls need to determine how to get out of the predicament. Who orchestrated the night's actions and what happened during the original drug transaction?
"I think it's too complicated for you to understand."
Aaron Harvey, director of The Evil Woods, delivers Catch .44. The storyline for this picture is fairly standard for the genre and reminded me of Lucky Number Sleven. The premise is okay but tried to be more clever than it was. The action scenes are very well done and the acting is better than anticipated. The cast is impressive and includes Bruce Willis, Forest Whitaker, Malin Akerman, Nikki Reed, and Deborah Wall.
"I don't have to get bloody today."
Catch .44 is a movie we DVR'd off Encore because it starred Deborah Wall from True Blood. I found aspects of this film entertaining and the shootouts were excellent, but the overall film was just okay and a bit disappointing. This is movie is worth watching once if you're a fan of action movies but isn't anything special.
"I'm not your fucking girl."