|Release date:||Friday November 30 2012|
Cast and crew
Average User Rating
2.5 / 5
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- 1 star:0
This has to up there with dross like Open Wallet (Water) or Aghast (Adrift) From strat to finish it is the most awful rubbish. Perry just isn't credible as an angry Cop. He comes across as a mildy irritated customer returning beans at Tesco. Even with Matthew Fox kills his wife. In fact, his laughable attempts an agry face are just that. Funny. Not in the least dramatic. There is nothing to suspend disbelief in this movie. You are always waiting for it to start. Which it never does. No suspense. No real Action. No Drama. No character development. And most annoying. No refund for having to watch it. Painfully and One Star at best.
Love crud like this so will have to av. it score wise. The most disasterous adult lead since Daniel Radcliffe turned 18, a villain who's OTT facial tic's would be totally at home in any panto, a "much loved and respected" cop killed in a dreadful fashion but no real impact shown bar Cross flinching like he's got a mild whiff of a fart.....and so on (& on) add up to much hilarity so ***, but I can't keep forgiving such inept drek on unintentional gwaffs, so, as an action thriller, *. If you have an unlimited card and want a good chortle, don't miss. If not & want an edge of seat nail biter, do miss.
Having read all of James Patterson's Alex Cross Books, & I have watched both "To catch a Spider" - Kiss the Girls" featuring Morgan Freeman as Alex I look forward to watching this film immensly