In the Blood Synopsis
A violent underworld of conspiracy is uncovered in the middle of an island paradise. Ava sets out to discover the truth.
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The Globe and Mail (Toronto)

It’s overlong, overplotted and crowded with a cast of “hey-it’s-that-guy!” C-listers (Luis Guzman, Danny Trejo), but the closed-quarters...
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The Playlist

Despite having a lead that can fend for herself, and a fun ensemble of co-stars, In the Blood runs dry.
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New York Observer

By Rex Reed
Ms. Carano still has a lot to learn about acting, but she’s certainly the one you want around in case of a home invasion.
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Washington Post

By Mark Jenkins
As is typical of the genre, the plot gets sillier as it unfolds, while the violence gets gnarlier.
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Pulses are likely to remain level during In the Blood, a serviceable vehicle for MMA champ Gina Carano.
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Los Angeles Times

By Martin Tsai
Like a typical Hollywood action-thriller, though, the screenplay jeopardizes the film. The twists concocted by writers James Robert...
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The Dissolve

By Vadim Rizov
Carano deserves better: She’s a formidable physical performer, and the current state of the MMA film on the DTV circuit is strong enough to...
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New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
Director John Stockwell (“Blue Crush”) knows how to make the best possible use of his star while adding a strong supporting cast, some...
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Village Voice

By Nick Schager
Carano’s badass-beauty charm notwithstanding, it’s a grim, formulaic saga in desperate need of some genuine B-movie fury and flair.
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The New York Times

By Andy Webster
Deficient even in most of its set pieces, In the Blood does Ms. Carano (and Caribbean tourism) few favors. Somebody, please give her a...
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Pure Awesome

By Kaylee1819
Love it from start to finish. Great movie to see every bit...

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Rated R | For Strong Violence and Language