Weirdly unspectacular, anticlimactic and completely fumbles setting up an antagonist (and, weirdly, seems to hint towards setting up an alternate antagonist and bottles it) . He might be sleepwalking through this but at least it’s refreshing to see a Bruce Willis that isn’t wisecracking throughout it.
A truly remarkable work of action cinema from a director who really knows how mix together a thrilling cinematic cocktail (2 parts adrenalin to 1 part mysticism, with a turbo-charged shot of viscera for extra kick).
It's essentially a chase movie and it's near-relentless. It looks great, with some rough-and-ready use of handheld and body-mounted cameras. It flows well, with economic character set-up before it all kicks off. It ratchets up the tension and offers some wonderful set piece action…