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Gooding indelibly captures Liams bald desperation (his characters short-lived glory and downward spiral echoes his own misguided film career). First-time director Brian Smrz is a former stunt coordinator, and the films punishing fight scenes deliver the down and dirty goods. Jean Smart is excellent as the comatose tellers mother, while Tommy Flannigan, as a wildly Scottish thug, entertainingly feasts on the scenery. Ray Liotta, as a veteran cop investigating the escalating carnage, does his best with such B-movie groaners as, "One minute hes a hero in the news, the next hes inside a bottle with no exit." "Redemption," Liam states at one point, "Sometimes you have to go through hell to get it." It doesnt get any more hellish than Boat Trip, Daddy Day Camp or those Hanes underwear commercials, but Gooding finally gets some with his best starring performance since Radio. --Donald Liebenson
I grabbed this flick because it's Norman Reedus pre The Walking Dead and Paul Sampson as a complete loose cannon. It's violent....VIOLENT and very dark but a great movie. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
I was hoping for a "decent" movie and it was OKAY for approximately the first half. Then came the typical Hollywood political attack statement. At that point and I turned it off. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Michael M. Gilbert
I really liked this guy in Men of Honor, A Few Good Men, Radio, Boyz N the Hood and a few others,
but I can't remember the last good movie I've seen him in, unfortunately.
IT' WAS KOOL, I DO LIKE ACTION MOVIES SOMRTIMES THAT STORY IS THE SAME, IT'S USUALLY THE ACTOR THAT YOU KNOW! ... LIKE CUBA GOODING JR. MOVIES,Published on November 18, 2012 by BJ PAYNE-JACKSON
I reviewed this film for IMDB earlier last month and I am c/p'ing my review here...
This is a movie worth watching simply because of the psychological issues dredged up... Read more