A modern-day, Georgia-set version of a spaghetti Western.
Friday, 28 March 2014
Action, Crime, Drama
Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sam Worthington, Terrence Howard, Joe Manganiello
Bata-man said on Wednesday, July 09, 2014 1:12:22 PM
I agree with you Roeper. The ending was satisfactory, but the cast, the banter, the story and the direction by David Ayer was top-notch. @Logan Hickman, even End of Watch had a lot of F-bombs and racy dialogue!
Let's hope Arnie brings his A-game to the upcoming Terminator movie!
Cheers from Pakistan
Kevin said on Thursday, April 17, 2014 11:44:35 AM
The worst plot ever. They broke into a cartel safe house and did not arrest anyone or take any money or drugs. They only stole money (which came up missing) and blew up money while their bosses watched from across the street. Read that last sentence again. Then the agent who actually was killing team members didn't actually steal the money. Why? What was her motivation? Leaving her husband for a guy driving a Corsica. I will skip over all the other crap that made no sense (like the shoot out in the woods that May or may not have happened) and jump to how a woman can ride in an open trunk of said Corsica during a high speed chase and crash and not wind up on the pavement. Geez was this a stupid movie.
Logan Hickman said on Thursday, April 17, 2014 8:27:31 AM
I agree with Roeper, though I wouldn't rate it quite that high. The amount of F bombs, the sexuality and racy dialogue almost ruined it for me. Putting that aside it's one of Arnold's best movies. I look forward to seeing it again with the aid of a filter through VidAngel or Clearplay when it comes to DVD.
Scottjordan said on Wednesday, April 02, 2014 5:53:32 AM
You gave this movie an A-? It was horrible. You are out of touch.
Reply from Richard Roeper
Out of touch with...YOU?