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Protect what's yours.
Nick Hume is a mild-mannered executive with a perfect life, until one gruesome night he witnesses something that changes him forever. Transformed by grief, Hume eventually comes to the disturbing conclusion that no length is too great when protecting his family.
One of the most underrated
films of the past decade.
Wan's best, even over The Conjuring.
I wish he'd direct more dramas.
Sorry for being so blunt, but this movie is fucking amazing. It's brutal, horrifying, nauseating, unrelenting and will make your blood boil, as it was meant to. It's gratuitous violence may turn off the easily shaken, but... Wow... This is one hell of a revenge thriller based on Brian Garfield's novel. The unrated version is the one to watch.
Avenge your family?
Even though it has a seen it before kind of plot (guy loses a loved one after gang kills them, guy seeks revenge) the movie is just violent fun with an awesome Kevin Bacon in the lead role, it is still severely underrated.
This movie is Great, love me some Bacon. It has a sad story that had me in tears from the very beginning and some really good action. The sound and effects the guns make in this movie is so powerful and effective, I love it.
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I really liked Death Sentence, up to a point. It's a gritty, very violent film that jumps from plausible to Looney Toons in the third act.
Kevin Bacon is fully committed as a grieving father hellbent on revenge and receives full marks.
Quite entertaining revenge action drama, Death Sentence doesn’t bring anything new to the formula, and plays it rather safe, but it is quite entertaining for what it is. James Wan directs the film, and he does a good job at building tension and thrills throughout. This is an entertaining feature to watch, and it does boast some solid thrills, however some scenes feel forced and cheesy, and that’s where the film falters a bit. I feel that the film could have benefitted without the cheesy moments, but overall, the intense action scenes all deliver and make you forget the lacking elements of the film. Death Sentence is good escapism, and it is a riveting picture that grabs your attention from…
A bit let down after hearing some good things about this one. Bacon has a cliche family and there are cliche, run-of-the-mill gang "baddies" chasing after him. If either the protagonist or antagonists stood out, that would have elevated this film a lot more, but unfortunately I couldn't be interested or care about either as they are all by-the-book stereotypes. Mediocre acting from most, including Bacon (which is disappointing) as a business exec who turns into Billy Badass out of nowhere. John Goodman shows up in a brief role to liven things up a tiny bit, but he's very underused. Awful use of music for the most part. Nothing really shines or stands out in this movie except for maybe a little bit of blood and one or two of the action sequences, but overall I didn't think it was worth a watch.
Sad, sad tale.
موظف مرموق يملك عائلة رائعة وسعيدة بمعنى آخر يمتلك مفاتيح السعادة بيديه ، لا ينقصه شيء.
في يوم من الأيام أصبح الأب شاهد عيان لحادثة غيّرت حياته بشكل جذري تماما ، حتى أصبح لا يعرف نفسه.
إلى أي مدى سيسعى للأب ليتخلص مما رآه حتى لو مس ذلك عائلته ، عندما تبدأ شيء فإما أن تُتمّه على أكمل وجه وإما أن يلكمك على وجهك.
العائلة إما أن تكون نقطة قوة وإما نقطة ضعف ، إما أن تستغِل أو تُستغل.
القانون والعدل ، كلمتين ارتبطت ببعضهما البعض فهما وجهان لعملة واحدة فالقانون هو العدل والعدل يكون بالقانون ، ولكن عندما يُطبق القانون بلا عدل فهنا تُصبح المعادلة مختلة.
فلم أكشن وجريمة كغيره من الأفلام من نفس النوع إلا أنه يزيد عنهم…
I have read neither Death Wish, nor its sequel, Death Sentence. It is my understanding that Death Sentence - the book - was written in response to the "...and let god sort 'em out" sentiments that Death Wish - the movie - brought out in people. This is not based on that Death Sentence then, because it's a real "...and let god sort 'em out" movie. It has no narrative connection to Death Wish - the movie. It is perhaps best to go into this movie not knowing or caring about any of this.
As an ownage delivery service, it's fair to say it does deliver. By the time Kevin Bacon ends up giving himself a terrible haircut and going…
Exploitation with depth, technical virtuosity (that chase/car park sequence) and a catharsis that doesn't feel as class-fixated as the likes of Harry Brown or even Gran Torino.
A very dark and brooding performance by Kevin Bacon as he brings a very "Punisher" like motif to this heart broken and destroyed father on a war path for revenge.
I started playing this Random Movie Roulette game started by Tobias Andersen. It's an enormous list of films, and you can find it and follow the rules, or twist the rules a little bit to suit your needs like I did. I have 10 films randomly selected, and I allow myself to remove only one film from those 10, this is only if I really have no desire to sit through it, but I must watch the remaining nine films, no matter what. Once I have those 9, or 10 films selected, I randomly select the order in which I watch them, and then I begin watching. Check out my list "Random Movie Roulette - Round 1," to look at…
A solid revenge flick, rooted around a chilling performance from Kevin Bacon. Wan's most obscure flick, he's still in his early mode where he isn't entirely secure in building atmosphere, but he's at least recovered from Dead Silence. Also it's always nice to see John Goodman in stuff
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