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Grillo uncharacteristically displays no charisma, although considering the material he's working with, it's not surprising that he looks like he simply gave up. Speaking of giving up, Willis, who provides a few sparks to the otherwise lamentable Death Wish remake, here reverts to his by now usual phoning it in.
The bottom line is that Reprisal is an extremely silly movie doing its damnedest to look tough and gritty and clever, none of which it is. In fact, it’s both tediously formulaic and weirdly puzzling.
There’s virtually nothing to distinguish Reprisal from a thousand other cop-vs-robber B pictures, except for the violence.
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Frank Grillo stars as Jacob, a bank manager who is still haunted by the memory of the violent heist that resulted in the death of his colleague. So when he decides to track down the masked gunman behind the robbery, he does what any one of us would do in his position: he teams up with Bruce Willis! Or rather, he teams up with James, and ex-cop played by Bruce Willis. While this dynamic duo tries to predict the thief’s next move, the man in question – a highly trained criminal named Gabriel (Johnathon Schaech) – has a new target in his sights: Jacob’s family.
Reprisal is directed by Brian A. Miller, who previously worked with Bruce Willis on Vice and The Prince.
- Bruce Willis
- Frank Grillo
- Johnathon Schaech
- Olivia Culpo
Did You Know?
- This is the third film that Brian A. Miller has directed with Bruce Willis. First was The Prince (2014) and second was Vice (2015).
- The movie takes place in the beginning of July as we are reminded in the beginning of different scenes. At the end a message tells us it is "6 months later" making it January yet the scene that takes place outside shows it is clearly mid summer in Cincinnati Ohio.