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Watched the movie while on the treadmill at the gym, and so it was pretty good. IF you have a beef with someone, this movie will help you get your "revenge" feelings out. Law and Order "Elliot Stabler" character is John Travolta's partner in this revenge/thriller/gig. Interesting with a plot. Pretty decent, won't win any awards ever, but yeah, it was ok.
Script needed work. Rushed to production. Travolta's high pitched voice is not tough guy worthy. He tries...but he was cast poorly as the lead.
Movie is better then they say nice mix of action and comedy
The right amount of humor for an action, revenge movie to make it very enjoyable. I've watched it multiple times.
Remove Steven Seagal, replace with john Travolta and you’ve got a weaker and cheesier remake of “Hard to Kill”.
Poor writing. Overacting. Effects corny. Waste of time.
Fine movie. Good acting. Story ripped out of the headlines. Corruption, murder, hate and more murder. A good way to relax on a day off from the jungle.
Predictable, shallowly acted, formulaic to the core, a hair bulb transplant festooning Travolta clings desperately to the fumes left over from the gas fire that was From Paris With Love in a failed attempt to stay relevant as an action star. The suspension of disbelief required to take this movie seriously could have only been found in a deluded Jehovah's Witness(the 11%). The money sunk into his hair bulbs would have been better spent on good writers and rehearsals with an expensive acting coach. The scene, where he spews the title of the picture into the reflection of himself in the door's glass, was laughable. The nine critics(11%) who found this movie entertaining, by the way, were from a consortium in Salt Lake City, Utah, who also believe the angel Moroni gave Joseph Smith his 3-D glasses, so he could translate the miracle plates into the Book Of Moron.
Craaaaap! So done this story and on top it's super wooden... did he ran out of money?
id give it 3 and half if i could because i was entertained john t is a legend and just being in the movie gets it 2. sometimes you just want to see the bad guys go down and this movie will give you that Christopher Meloni was a bonus. Bottom line its not as bad as i was led to believe and i was entertained it was way better than any crappy reality show or another episode of law and order. good guys win bad guys lose yeah that does mean something on a Wednesday night