This second-rate "Bourne" is receiving a drubbing from internet critics but I found it to be an entertaining action-thriller. Denzel Washington is as charismatic as ever and Ryan Reynolds is positively restrained compared to his usual, quip-y self. There's at least one really great car chase and fight scene, which means I went home happy. Bonus points for the scene where Denzel is called "the black Dorian Gray."
A standard-issue modern thriller, which doesn't amount to much, especially with all the seizure-cam jerking around and shifting in-and-out of focus. I'll watch Denzel Washington in anything, and kudos to Ryan Reynolds for not making a wisecrack every other line. But it's the same ol' song n' dance. The real bad guys are the corrupt people on the inside, agent on the run, etc. Yawn. Next.
Kinda liked the director, but the script needed a LOT of work. Also, should've gone for a different casting (Reynolds is atrocious as usual and Denzel is on autopilot as usual). Still, slightly entertaining.
Rote, predictable action thriller about a CIA safe house guardian and his charge evading gangsters and rogue CIA agents in an attempt to deliver their package into the right hands. The right hands, however, may not be what either of them expect. Directed in a frenetic, faux Tony Scott style, the film is marred by incoherent action sequences and an overly familiar plotline.
Denzel Washington! Yes. He's my man. Cool. Very cool. All others fall away. Specially Brendan Gleeson, whom I normally like very much, fails dramatically. Although predictable, still an exciting thriller.