Release Date: 22 May 2020
Genre: Action, Thriller
Directors: Matt Eskandari
Writers: Doug Wolfe
Stars: Bruce Willis, Chad Michael Murray, Lydia Hull
A disgraced doctor and his family are held hostage at their home by criminals on the run, when a robbery-gone-awry requires them to seek immediate medical attention.
The director Matt Eskandari and crew brought a dull and jumbled movie. The story is about a family held hostage in their home by criminals in need of medical assistance. The movie goes around in circles so many times to a point where it is exhausting to keep watching. The hostage situation was a joke, they kept dragging it in a ridiculous way of escape and getting caught. The film was dreadful and the narrative was even worse it felt like they weren't even making an effort to make a good movie. The film's perspective was divided into two, the family and the criminals, but it felt more towards the criminals. The backstory of the family was weak and the criminals were strong, even though it wasn't their intention the storyline was more about the criminals.
The composer Nima Fakhrara surprised me because the music was good it really touched some scenes but not enough to turn around the film.
The only ones who performed magnificently were the criminals Tyler Jon Olson and Shea Buckner. Their moments together were the only thing keeping this movie alive, and they were like two sides of a coin the rational and the irrational one. The other actors were terrible there was little to no effort even Bruce Willis and it isn't enough to show his presence, he still needs to perform. I didn't expect much for the other ones, and it was really hard to watch Bruce Willis in another bad film.
Final Score: [2/10]
Reviewed by: Cristina Soulmates
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