A genuinely fascinating concept brought down by a collection of insufferable and even worse uninteresting characters. Writer/Director, James Ward Byrkit offers some intriguing twists and turns along the way but clearly not only thinks he's saying much more than he is but has no idea how to draw the film to any kind of conclusion, essentially throwing away the chance of making something more meaningful in the final act.
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This belated Vigilante Revenge sequel stumbles into view at least 5 years too late with none of the precise pacing or tension of Wendell Mayes' screenplay for the first film. Instead, Incoming Writer, David Engelbach, offers a childish script which dials the exploitation elements up to a repugnant degree and relies on a series of extreme coincidences and endless contrivance.
Returning Star, Charles Bronson, barely seems to turn up for the film and the same can be said for Director,…
It is very rare these days that I see a hugely budgeted movie that truly looks like it could of cost that much to make. In fact I’m usually left wondering how large the lead Actor’s trailer must have been because I simply can’t imagine where the money went. With the case of George Miller’s ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ however, every penny of it’s $150 million budget is right up there on the screen. It doesn’t look like Miller made…