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All Critics (13)
| Top Critics (1)
| Fresh (9)
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"Triple Threat" does not deliver on its kinetic casting promise.
There may not be a lot of depth to the script for Triple Threat but this is a film that knows what its audience is paying to see, and the film delivers on its promise of frenzied action with some of the world's best action stars.
You've got Silat vs Kung Fu and Muay Thai. They each get plenty of chances to fight solo too, or to team up against a powerful foe. Triple Threat really explores all the possible combinations of martial arts talent at their disposal.
Triple Threat is explosively fun, with some of the best martial arts fight scenes, basic story turned intriguing, and a pronounced cast.
Director Jesse V. Johnson, choreographer Tim Man, and all the stars of Triple Threat are truly showcasing their amazing skill sets in this movie and it's a pure joy to see them all kicking ass together on the same screen.
Wasting just one outstanding performer in a film is a cinematic crime, but three in the same experience where the marketing surrounding it is all about hyping them teaming up? Yikes
[Triple Threat] fight scenes never as mercilessly satiating as they could get nor its plot as brisk and fatless as it should be. Instead, a muddled narrative about criss-crossing allegiances and noble billionaires and shadowy criminal enterprises.
Even if it all is ridiculous I kind of loved this brutally visceral action extravaganza anyhow.
A riotously exuberant thriller, with often eye-popping action. Sometimes it's frenzied and furious, sometimes measured and driven by cold rage, with an elegance to both the performers' moves and their stillness.
A mix of too many action figures and hazy plot and character details, making the feature more about appreciating smashmouth choreography than strengthening dramatic pull.
A no-brainer. It's a fan-service martial arts extravaganza with action sequences on par with The Raid films that meets and oftentimes exceeds expectations.
As though pumping blood from all the '80s action films audiences loved through an Indo-Chinese POV, Triple Threat's got charm, humor, action, and more heart than you'd expect.
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