Bloodshot Reviews

  • Bloodshot
    • Genre : Action, Sci-Fi, Adventure
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    • Studio : Sony Pictures
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  • Vin Diesel, at his bruising best, plays a soldier rebuilt into a superhero in a comic-book action movie that's built on just enough of a matrix to be fun
    by Owen Gleiberman [Variety ]
  • Vin Diesel's "Fast & Furious" movies have heart. His "Riddick" movies have weirdness. His "XXX" entries have lunacy. "Bloodshot", though, only offers mere generic mediocrity
    1.5 of 4 by Barry Hertz [Globe and Mail ]
  • this is a supremely silly Diesel vehicle; the filmmakers have the good sense to let that subversion coexist alongside Vin Diesel's sincerity, so it remains a bewildering piece of good-bad sci-fi action trash
    2 of 4 by Katie Walsh [Los Angeles Times ]
  • there's something potentially moving in Garrison's plight -- a man who's lost his past and can't face his future: think Peter Weller in Robocop -- but Vin Diesel gets nowhere near it. It's a somnolent, inexpressive performance -even by Diesel's standards
    2 of 5 by Ian Freer [Empire Magazine ]
  • Diesel is in his element in this efficient high-tech action-thriller; it's violent but not traumatizing, sexy but not too romantic, totally preoccupied with weaponry and driven almost entirely by stunts and effects; it's the perfect vehicle for Diesel
    2.5 of 4 by Rafer Guzman [Newsday ]
  • an ambitious franchise-starter offers only the smallest of pleasures, mainly thanks to the star himself, while mostly descending into cliche
    2 of 5 by Charles Bramesco [The Guardian ]
  • "Bloodshot" puts a surprisingly clever spin on the superhero origin story that's fun and funny, but Vin Diesel's performance ultimately leaves it lacking
    2.5 of 4 by Molly Freeman [ScreenRant ]
  • "Bloodshot" is, at least, a little more interesting than it initially appears; it is just smart enough to be more than trash, and just trashy enough to be less than smart. It will do fine if you’re looking for a lesser simulation of a good movie
    2 of 4 by Jake Coyle [Associated Press ]
  • "Bloodshot" is a lively and amiably stupid action movie, given an extra dose of atmosphere by the presence of Vin Diesel
    2.5 of 4 by Mick LaSalle [San Fransisco Chronicle ]

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