Bloodshot

Bloodshot

Bloodshot

Vin Diesel is a resurrected marine enhanced with biotech to be the ultimate killing machine in this actioner based on the Valiant Comics character.

When Ray Garrison AKA Bloodshot realises that the corporation who gave him his new powers also has control over his mind, he sets out to figure out what's real and what's not.

2020Rating: 13, L V109 minsUSA
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Bloodshot / Reviews

Stuff

Stuff

The ideas that drive Bloodshot could have been pushed a lot further. The film almost gets into Inception-style territory, only to pull back when it was threatening to be quite interesting. But, as an old-school actioner, that reminded me occasionally of the genre's golden age, you could do worse than this comic book spin-off.

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Associated Press

Associated Press

There's a dull thud to "Bloodshot," a bruising action movie that can't equal its brawn with brains... "Bloodshot" is, at least, a little more interesting than it initially appears.

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Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

A bewildering piece of good-bad sci-fi action trash.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

Diesel strikes the right balance of contemplation and meatheadedness, and Guy Pearce brings more conviction than is necessary...

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The Guardian

The Guardian

It's a stack of wormed-over action tropes, and to make matters worse, the movie knows it - and yet does not know enough to spare us its missteps in the first place.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

[T]his initial installment consistently struggles to deliver the goods.

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Variety

Variety

[Diesel] looks, more than ever, like Mr. Clean fused with Adam Sandler, but that's part of his action charisma, which in "Bloodshot" is at full boil.

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