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Wild Card Reviews

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October 9, 2016
A good film very gritty. There are some good references to greed and makes you think about things
September 27, 2016
Great movie. Not sure what people are expecting.
Only downside is how abruptly it ends. But guess it could also be a good thing cause there's ass kicking all the way to the last like 5 minutes.
½ August 31, 2016
not one of Statham's best but definitely good enough to watch again. storyline was kind of all over the place and quite not sure what of the role of the rich kid played
August 27, 2016
This was such a weird Statham flick and I can totally see why this movie didn't come to theaters. Other than the violent bashings Statham does every movie, this movie was basically him gambling in a casino and bitching about pissing away all his winnings in blackjack. Other than the fight scenes, this movie would have dont a lot worse for me if it didn't have those.
August 12, 2016
Typical Jason S. action flick. It's watchable, some good action scenes.
July 24, 2016
One of the top 5 action films of all time. Superb
July 22, 2016
**
The movies not great, but it doesn't deserve the immense hate it's getting from critics. Don't expect too much, but if it's ever on TV it might be worth a look.
June 24, 2016
The fact of the matter is I like the show because it was well executed. Yes, its predictable but its Jason Stanton. Its one of his more character driven performance and I will like to see him try more of these type of acting. Plus the end fight was just awesome. I will never look at utensils the same way ever again.
jamrcla
Super Reviewer
March 26, 2016
Jason Statham is now a well known actor even though he can only do one type of film he just seems to be in films that never spark the box office or get great reviews and this one is no different, There's no real main plot as the film plods along trying to figure out how to make the film longer, But on the upside there's some great fight scenes that make the film bearable and Jasons performance was good but apart from that it's nothing you won't soon forget.
March 21, 2016
Slow paced & storyline was all over the place so never made it to the end.
March 11, 2016
A Very Low Quality, Intermittently Exciting, Good-Guy-Done Wrong Revenge Flick. There Are Other Far Superior & Cleverly Plotted Thrill-Ride Stories Out There..This Just Lazily Pieces Together Bits & Pieces, Expecting It To All Happen. Well, It's Not That Easy. Big Fail.
March 8, 2016
Terrible. Definitely written w/no thought into the actual characters.
February 28, 2016
Statham kicks ass, but abit of a mish-mash!!
½ February 9, 2016
Wild Card is a very bland and forgettable movie with a few nice shots. Jason Statham has given solid performances in previous movies and in this one I thought he was alright, I mean he wasn't great, but not bad. It's an easily forgettable movie that wasn't anything that special when it first came out and it's nothing special now.
February 3, 2016
It's not great, but it has an undercurrent of a troubled desperate man who wants to get out of his high-life prison and won't take any favors. Consistently getting the opposite of what he expects, it isn't until he he accepts his fate and honest earn that he finds retribution.
½ January 14, 2016
Another crime centred thriller starring Jason Statham, the premise of Wild Card has potential, however a lack of convincing characterisation, a linear plot and realistic dialogue saw that potential wasted. Some interesting cinematography and the classic action sequence Statham has become renowned for were the only elements of remorse in this barely tolerable one-and-a-half-hour viewing experience.
January 12, 2016
Fun: his regular action.
½ January 11, 2016
Apart from several action scenes, another boring piece leading by Jason Statham.
January 9, 2016
Big yawn...
Jason Statham should consult his upcoming movies better... He is a good actor but this movie is week.
Best thing in movie : 2 fight scenes
½ January 8, 2016
Started out as if it might have a plot of sorts--but as Statham tries to get away from all these giants and tough guys, they've finally surrounded him, about 15 of them with guns--and he just takes them all out(!) If he's that much a Superman, why didn't he just do that from the git-go? Makes all the plot maneuvering pointless.
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