Atom User Reviews for Bloodshot
piece of crap
if your looking for great visuals then this is your movie
It was ok, not for the price tho.
great show will see it again for sure before it come out
A very competent movie that will fall through the cracks because of COVID19 and today's audiences not familiar with the Valiant Comics character.
Not surprised on why this movie was so good VIN is an amazing actor the movie had me off my seat to see what was going to come next. Good plot and would definitely watch it again
Come for Vin Diesel stay for the action
Not what I expected could have had a better story line. Left a lot unanswered..
Not very original... First thing I thought about when the nano-blood showed up was Iron-Man. It was an okay movie overall. A change from the fast cars and over the top car stunt movies.
Great special effects and action!
It was a very entertaining movie. Lots of action and great special effects. Nice to see Vin Diesel doing more than just F&F movies.
CGI was amazing
The CGI was well crafted. Story line was legit and bonus was not made into a romance.. YAAY
Where it tries to be funny, it falls flat. Also, there are some unnecessary dirty comments and words. But the movie is really good, overall. Very enjoyable!
Over all we liked the movie. Just was too rushed with several plot holes. It’s a great story and wish they could have done better.
could have been better.. it's the worst movie I ever seen with vin diesel that I dislike an vin is a hero to me I love ever movie this guy in except bloodshot
Very good Film
Most action scenes were in the trailer. It was okay.
Really Fun Bring on #2
Standard action movie. Read the novelization.
When you're bored watch this if you want to
only reason I picked predictable is due to their own trailers giving away a major plot point. I would have been surprised since I have never read the comic. other than that I thought it was a great action packed movie
Wilson acquits himself adequately enough, emphasizing pacing over character development, but delivering a series of kinetically propelled scenes that clearly benefit from his extensive visual effects experience.
Hollywood has gotten so good at boiling down comics mythologies that it’s easy to forget how hard it can be to distill a sprawling adventure stretched across decades of stories into two entertaining hours. Bloodshot serves as a painful reminder of that fact.
First-time feature filmmaker Dave Wilson and cinematographer Jacques Jouffret (“Mile 22”) can manipulate the speed of combat scenes all he wants (the stylistic crutch of a slo-mo point of contact is evergreen) but dull choreography, CGI overuse and Cuisinart editing are still the bane of today’s action sequences.