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Throughout the film, you can see Hawke trying to bring resonance and truth to a movie that is plotted like a “Crank” sequel and has dialogue that sounds like it was written by a teenage boy. Watching the actor fight against the deep flaws of the film he’s in is almost more interesting than the plot itself. At least it’s more entertaining.
Brian Smrz never contrasts the film’s violence with stillness, allowing the audience to enjoy a sense of foreboding escalation.
Hawke delivers a workmanlike performance, but can't redeem the third act's macho baloney; sadly, Rutger Hauer (introduced in the opening and then wasted) doesn't come save him.
Movie Info & Cast
- Rutger Hauer
- Ethan Hawke
- Paul Anderson
- Liam Cunningham
Did You Know?
- While 1h1m12s into the film Travis bled from his nose, before starting the car chase through the slums, at 1h4m55s, at the end of the car chase, his nose is perfectly clean.
- Travis Conrad: My name is Travis Conrad. I gave my entire life to the Agency. Until they betray me.