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U.S. Marshals Reviews

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September 7, 2017
switch off and enjoy movie by numbers
½ May 3, 2017
Not as good as The Fugitive.
January 26, 2017
I have no idea why this movie got such low ratings. The cast was very strong, the story line was great.
½ January 13, 2017
It's good movie to watch
January 5, 2017
U.S. Marshals is a disappointing film. It is about US Marshal Samuel Gerard and his team of Marshals who are assigned to track down Sheridan who has been accused of a double-murder. Tommy Lee John, Robert Downey Jr. and Wesley Snipes give horrible performances. The screenplay is badly written. Stuart Baird did a terrible job directing this movie. I was not impressed with this motion picture.
November 13, 2016
This sequel to "The Fugitive" isn't a great movie, but I found it entertaining enough. I skipped it on its original release so wasn't bothered with the critics' reviews. I like Tommy Lee Jones and and Robert Downey Jr. has a supporting role. Wesley Snipes is decent as well. Worth a watch for a big budget thriller.
July 13, 2016
An average action, chase movie. Too cliched and predictable from the start.
½ April 16, 2016
Not as good as the fugitive but still entertaining and a well worth action movie
March 28, 2016
Not as good as I remembered it
January 17, 2016
A sequel to 1993 The Fugitive. Not as good as the first one though. But average action flick on its own. Wesley Snipes is hurt in a car accident and the police found a gun. He is capture and on board a plane under Tommy Lee Jones US Marshals care. A Chinese convict with an insider help, get a pen gun in the toilet roll stick. Wesley secretly free his handcuff using a spectacle frame. The Chinese gonna shoot at him and he push his hand. The plane turbulence and crash landed in river. Wesley escape and Tommy and team is hunting him. The DSS send Robert Downey Jr to assist him as Wesley is wanted by them. When they manage to track him in the swamp, Robert goes alone to fight him. Wesley use him as hostage and shot Tommy. He wonder why he didn't kill him. Tommy dig deeper and go through the UN building CCTV and found the statement wasn't accurate like what the top DSS brass said. They come clean to say he killed 2 of their agents and he is a black ops specialist who gone rogue. Irčne Jacob help her boyfriend Wesley. He rent a building and spy on the Chinese agent. They follow him to the cemetery and the Chinese agent fires at both sides. Wesley manage to escape again. The team track him in a building. Robert is nearly going to kill him when the kid deputy marshal came in and killed by Robert. He lied to Tommy that Wesley shot him. Tommy decide to go on revenge mode and Robert tag along. They fight on board a vessel and Robert shot him. At the hospital, Tommy remember the gun which belong to Robert. The serial number is filed. He ask for his gun and removed the magazine. After excusing himself to buy coffee, Robert enter the ward to try kill Wesley. Tommy appear and he want to kill him but the gun is empty. Wesley warn Tommy of another gun and he shot him dead. Wesley is innocent and a free man.The whole thing is Wesley is been set up as the fall guy for Robert who is selling top secret info to the Chinese agent. During a routine pick up, the set up was created to frame Wesley.
November 8, 2015
Totally forgettable apart from the memory of boredom
September 25, 2015
Had no idea this was a sequel to The Fugitive. That explains the similarities. I was almost going to call it a rip off. This time it's a plane, not a bus, and Wesley Snipes's character doesn't really make himself look too innocent. It's entertaining, but of course The Fugitive is a much better film.
½ September 7, 2015
It unquestionably borrows from other crime thrillers, but U.S. Marshals somehow managed to surprise me and keep my interest to the very end. Most of it defiantly comes from its excellent cast. Not sure why, but somehow someway I enjoyed it.
½ August 7, 2015
The critics hated this movie. Probably because it's a team-based version of The Fugitive. Well not for nothing, I have both on a double sided disc. This is still very good. Just short of being as good as The Fugitive. But how could you top that film really? Tommy Lee Jones reprises his role as a...well.....authoritative figure trying to arrest a fugitive on the run. And how ironic it is to watch this film at this point in time with all the news about white guys and black cops and vice versa.

This film was also very well done like its counterpart. Straight fun from beginning to end, the film goes through several areas of the US, and the plot is just solid. The score is good, I'm gonna guess that John Williams conducted it again. The acting and characters, of which, I didn't know like almost all of them are all great. It's a good watch, especially after seeing it's more well known cousin. You can easily make comparisons on how different it is.
May 13, 2015
Not the fun romp or as quick moving as the first but Jones and Downey Jr,elevate this average thriller.
March 11, 2015
Really average action movie.
½ February 11, 2015
This sequel of sorts to The Fugitive is for the most part just as fast paced and entertaining. Deputy Gerrard is back and hunts down Sheridan (Snipes), but soon realizes Sheridan may not be guilty after all.
½ February 6, 2015
Directed by Stuart Baird, who had gone from editing films such as Tommy (1975), The Omen (1976) and Lethal Weapon (1987)) to making his directorial debut with Executive Decision (1995)). This is a sequel to The Fugitive (1993), now focusing on Tommy Lee Jones' character. It should have been a good action film, but it's plot is a stones throw away from copying the plot of The Fugitive. It begins when tow truck driver Mark Warren (Wesley Snipes) is arrested after a traffic collision in Chicago, and a weapon is found in his truck, and the weapon was used in a recent murder. He's revealed to be fugitive Mark Warren, who is wanted in New York. While in transit on a plane with Deputy U.S. Marshal Samuel Gerard (Jones) on board, a mutiny happens on board, and the plane crashes. Warren escapes, and Gerard goes on the hunt for him, and he's teamed up with Special Agent John Royce (Robert Downey, Jr.) to find Warren, but along the way, Gerard discovers evidence that Warren isn't all he seems and he knows more than he's letting on. It goes from a carbon copy of the first film to an espionage thriller with double and triple crossing and double identities. It's a well made film, but maybe it shouldn't have been marketed as a sequel to The Fugitive. Baird only directed one more film after this, Star Trek: Nemesis (2002), before he returned to editing.
January 29, 2015
Wesley Snipes isn't nearly the subject that Harrison Ford was but Tommy Lee Jones is still able to extract something likeable from the overblown plot. Full review later.
½ January 24, 2015
A shallow attempt at a spin-off to a masterful thriller.
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