Drone Reviews

  • May 08, 2019

    A turgidly slow, self-indulgent and completely boring film. Mixing a relatively interesting story about the radicalisation of muslims by American drone bombing with the most wearisome domestic drama. 90 minutes of life I'll never get back.

    A turgidly slow, self-indulgent and completely boring film. Mixing a relatively interesting story about the radicalisation of muslims by American drone bombing with the most wearisome domestic drama. 90 minutes of life I'll never get back.

  • Mar 01, 2019

    This film is good filler time in the plane maybe. It tries to poke at our fears and racism.

    This film is good filler time in the plane maybe. It tries to poke at our fears and racism.

  • Apr 27, 2018

    bad acting...dumb plot...did I mention bad acting?

    bad acting...dumb plot...did I mention bad acting?

  • Feb 04, 2018

    For a right action, given a wrong message! Another terrorism sympathiser film. This is a second film to I watch which highlighted evil wins over good. That too coming from a nation like Canada is a bad example. The other film was 'The Wall'. There should be no mercy on terrorism and pisslam. If the characters, geographically altered to another continent, then it would have been a nice thriller with a message. The tagline was worst. You can't choose wisely, because there's no good terrorism and bad terrorism. Anyhow, Seasn Bean was good. Except the opening, it is a one day event film and most of the film take place in a house. The film was one sided perspective. Hence it gave a wrong message! I don't know why some filmmaker set to give people wrong information. It's only nurturing evil over good. This film could set a box office record in the middle-east, but not in the good part of the world. Easily a skippable film of the year, decade and forever. 1/10

    For a right action, given a wrong message! Another terrorism sympathiser film. This is a second film to I watch which highlighted evil wins over good. That too coming from a nation like Canada is a bad example. The other film was 'The Wall'. There should be no mercy on terrorism and pisslam. If the characters, geographically altered to another continent, then it would have been a nice thriller with a message. The tagline was worst. You can't choose wisely, because there's no good terrorism and bad terrorism. Anyhow, Seasn Bean was good. Except the opening, it is a one day event film and most of the film take place in a house. The film was one sided perspective. Hence it gave a wrong message! I don't know why some filmmaker set to give people wrong information. It's only nurturing evil over good. This film could set a box office record in the middle-east, but not in the good part of the world. Easily a skippable film of the year, decade and forever. 1/10

  • Dec 17, 2017

    Sad, tedious, edgy & awkward little confrontation of a CiA mercenary contractor with the collateral damage of their prey.

    Sad, tedious, edgy & awkward little confrontation of a CiA mercenary contractor with the collateral damage of their prey.

  • Nov 14, 2017

    Such a slow and uninteresting film

    Such a slow and uninteresting film

  • Nov 01, 2017

    Slow, boring, and completely predictable. Drone wastes a good cast on a lame story.

    Slow, boring, and completely predictable. Drone wastes a good cast on a lame story.

  • Oct 13, 2017

    Felt like I was watching a bad made for DVD movie. Disjointed storyline with unsystematic characters, bad acting and boring story line.

    Felt like I was watching a bad made for DVD movie. Disjointed storyline with unsystematic characters, bad acting and boring story line.

  • Sep 11, 2017

    Neil is a high-level private drone contractor who spends his workdays flying covert missions then returns to a family life of suburban mediocrity. Not even Neil's wife or his son know about his secret life. But Neil's juggling act of husband, father and armchair warrior comes to a crashing halt when a whistle-blowing site exposes him to a deadly threat. Believing Neil is responsible for the deaths of his wife and child, an enigmatic Pakistani businessman tracks him down.

    Neil is a high-level private drone contractor who spends his workdays flying covert missions then returns to a family life of suburban mediocrity. Not even Neil's wife or his son know about his secret life. But Neil's juggling act of husband, father and armchair warrior comes to a crashing halt when a whistle-blowing site exposes him to a deadly threat. Believing Neil is responsible for the deaths of his wife and child, an enigmatic Pakistani businessman tracks him down.

  • Sep 05, 2017

    Despite the low review scores, I actually did find this film quite suspenseful. Some of the actors behavior does require a little suspension of disbelief, but that's not that unusual.

    Despite the low review scores, I actually did find this film quite suspenseful. Some of the actors behavior does require a little suspension of disbelief, but that's not that unusual.