The movie was not bad, but not great either.

By gcorey77
Written November 22, 2014
The beginning and middle of the film were great, but the ending stunk. Statham as usual was great. His fighting skills are amazing. J-Lo was annoying. I could not stand her character. I would say wait for cable. Not worth the price of admission.
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Parker

By Sandibeachez
Written August 29, 2015
Excellent action movie ! Best movie ive seen Jason in & I have seen them all - must see!
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PARKER

By BreaBertFL
Written August 01, 2015
Action packed from beginning to end and even though I expected the action, I still jumped and gasped when some of the attacks happened. Loved the little bit of humor injected into it that ot some chuckles. I would see this again and probably will when it comes home on Pay Per View. It was good to see him play a faithful man to Claire too.
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By michaelbraswell
Written September 02, 2015
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Thought it would be better

By jhs39
Written January 28, 2013
Richard Stark's Parker novels have been adapted previously, in movies like Point Blank and the Mel Gibson remake Payback; The Split; The Outfit and the weakest of the bunch by far, Slayground starring a well-cast Peter Coyote as Parker in a very poorly made film. Jason Statham would seem to be a good fit for the part but the version of Parker on display here is easily the nicest of the bunch, much more so even than Mel Gibson in the theatrical cut of Payback (he famously re-shot a third of the movie because he didn't think his character was likable enough). This Parker is a softie who likes animals, loves his girl and is extremely loyal to his partner (who is also his girl's father). This Parker is such a nice guy he talks an armed guard down from a panic attack in the middle of a robbery. As Statham vehicles go this is above average in terms of plot but it lacks the lean no-nonsense flavor of most Richard Stark movie adaptations. It feels a little flabby and overlong.
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