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The Prince [Blu-ray + Digital HD]

3.1 out of 5 stars 5,215 customer reviews

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Jason Patric, Bruce Willis and John Cusack face off in this action-packed thriller. A retired assassin is drawn back into the life he gave up when his daughter is kidnapped. To rescue her, he must confront his former rival.

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  • Actors: Bruce Willis, John Cusack, Jason Patric, Jessica Lowndes, Jung Ji-Hoon AKA Rain
  • Directors: Brian Miller
  • Format: Blu-ray, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: LIONSGATE
  • DVD Release Date: October 28, 2014
  • Run Time: 91 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5,215 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00MEEVW0W
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #33,314 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By J. McGinley on September 3, 2014
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Because I realize that most people don't give a rat's nose *what* I think about a movie, I take a whack at a review only on about one film in twenty. And….. I don't believe in reviewing anything that I haven't watched all the way through.

With "The Prince" I'm making an exception, because I felt that I should provide a warning to those on a budget and who don't want to risk spending their hard earned cash on something they probably won't enjoy.

Normally, I like Bruce Willis. And I like movies that fit the description provided for this film. Sadly, however, this is one of the very rare films that bored me to the extent that I was able to endure only part of it before I decided that I didn't want to waste any more of my evening - even though I had actually paid to watch it.

For one thing, Bruce must have worked an entire afternoon to film his total amount of screen time. He finally showed up on screen well into the movie. By then, I hadn't managed to work up any sort of connection to any of the other characters, realized that I really didn't care what the Hell eventually happened to them - and wasn't finding the "hero" to be at all believable. I think that Jason Patric was an inappropriate fit for the role - but then again, I don't believe that *anybody* could have done much with it.

The entire concept has been overdone already. And done *much* better. Daughter of retired bad ass kidnapped and bad ass has to rescue her, taking out several men at a time all by himself along the route, etc. etc. etc.

In short, this isn't a good movie - for multiple reasons. And I highly recommend that you spend your rental money on something that you're reasonably certain you'd enjoy. This was the closest to a one star rating I've ever come; but the fact is that star designates "I Hate It"…. and the movie couldn't even incite that strong a reaction. "HoHum" may have be the most descriptive term.
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This is another daddy goes vigilante to rescue his daughter film. In this case Beth (Gia Mantegna) the daughter is strung out on drugs in New Orleans. Paul (Jason Patric) her father, we later discover is the title character. He was a bad guy hitman 20 years ago and skipped town after a hit went bad. Now he is back and must face old enemies in a script so formulaic, you don't need to watch the film.

Jason Patric is no Charles Bronson, Jason Statham,, or Liam Neeson, but he was more convincing than say Neil Patrick Harris or Lou Diamond Phillips. Jessica Lowndes played his tag-a-long in an unrealistic role but is part of the formula. John Cusack had a cameo appearance as did 50 Cent. Willis managed to get some more screen time than "The Cold Light of Day" but it wasn't impressive as he phoned it in.

Mediocre action flick rental at best. 2 1/2 stars

Parental Guide: F-bomb. No sex or nudity.
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The dialogue was extremely lacking in this movie. I'm surprised that three such renown actors would have made this movie as written. Another thing: a former assassin, Jason Patric's character, is hanging around with one of his college-age daughter's friends? That's where this movie was losing me. She kept whining that she wanted to stay around him to find out what happened to his daughter - but she did not act like she was such a great friend to his daughter in the beginning of the movie. I was totally seeing a Megan Fox wannabe in the character - but of course, this actress didn't pull it off at all - and Jason Patric's character NEVER would have let this bird-brained youngster hang around with him while he was battling drug lords via his fists and GUNS. They were shot at regularly - and this professional assassin would allow this young girl to be exposed to that? At one point she was screaming at him to tell her what was going on - she said she had " a right to know!" Um - why was that, exactly, honey? You had NO place in this movie. And the dialogue between this character and Jason Patric's character was so totally lame. Even poor Bruce Willis labored under the silly script. I didn't stick around long enough to meet the John Cusack character and that's too bad because I adore him. You may notice the picture advertising this movie has Jason Patric's name over John Cusack, and vice versa - so they didn't even get that right!!
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This seems to be a paycheck movie. The movie itself is a B-movie but I was thrown off my the A-list casting and because the A-list casting delivered less than B-movie performances. I assume the three headliners did the movie for the paycheck. It also shows the director's ineffectiveness. You have three stars who consistently deliver their acting style for other films and directors but in this movie even the A-listers deliver less than good and consistent performances. I think if this movie had been cast with B-movie actors it would have been better because your expectations would have been lowered. I will say Rain who plays Mark was the most interesting character of the film. It made me wonder if this film was made for markets outside the US. It's not the worse movie ever but after you see it you'll shake your head at all that was lacking. I'd give this movie a 2.5 stars.
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The Prince is understandably not the film that will receive any form of an Oscar, but that doesn't mean this film isn't forgivable to an extent. The actors really are what makes this film somewhat redeemable. I found the acting from the leads, including Bruce Willis and John Cusack, enjoyable. Sure both actors aren't used to their full capabilities, but their appearances alone made this film watchable. I'm not a huge fan of 50 Cent, but his part added something, and the appearance from the artist RAIN left something to be desired, however it was appreciated.

Overall, I wouldn't say that this is a must-see, but if you enjoy any of the people I've mentioned, then you may want to give it a rent.
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