Only if you love Stallone

Written February 05, 2013
This movie relies on Stallone fans to carry it and is not the kind of movie that is memorable. The story line is mediocre and other than shootings, a couple of hand-to-hand fights and some explosions, the movie doesn't have great intensity or suspense and there's never a good guy bad guy set of characters defined. Apparently Stallone is neither, and everyone he shoots is apparently either a a bad cop or gangster after the fact. There are several short nudity shots and gun shots to the head to satisfy most action lovers, but the story doesn't carry well and it was hard to establish empathy with any of the characters, including Stallone.
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Bullet To The Head

By cresenzoe
Written October 23, 2014
I was surprised I liked it as much as I did, because he really CAN'T act! It was entertaining, and held my interest. The part suited him.
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Stallone Failure

By steven4jc
Written August 29, 2014
I went into this movie knowing it was probably going to be a rugged man move like the Expendables. Usually, that sort of movie is a good movie theater man flick. I was very mistaken. The plot was extremely lacking. Stallone played a macho hit-man that has a problem with authority and seeks vengeance on his hit-man partner that was killed. There is NO character development and just back acting (except for Stallone and a couple others). Bottom line, don't waste your money, if anything wait for Redbox but honestly, you would be wasting your money there too.
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Stallone Delivers...

By NightHowler
Written November 24, 2014
Smart, great, well written movie. Old fashion shoot 'em up with a twist. And even though Stallone is 66 he carries off the action guy so much better than Schwartzenegger or any of the other "old timers". And Stallone can act....he can say so much with just a simple grunt or scowl. My Chinese partner and I loved the "Asian" jokes, not PC but funny anyway. T
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The old guy still has it

By minnie_huntingtonbeach
Written January 27, 2015
A fun romp around New Orleans blowing things up. Shooting bad guys. Funny one liners. Sly is an old guy small time criminal drawn into a DC cop's search for a major crime boss. DC cop is clueless about New Orleans or the extent of the criminal enterprise run by a cruel, ruthless African immigrant with an even more cruel and ruthless henchman. What's not to like?
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