|Release date:||Friday April 16 2010|
Cast and crew
Average User Rating
1.9 / 5
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Not many films begin with a foray into the mysteries of quantum physics with Jude Law giving a layman's version ofthe famous ` Schrodinger's Cat` paradox. Unfortunately it's downhill after that, after Jude Law's ruthless repo man persona supposedly develops a conscience, and embarks on a mission for the good of mankind, which, one has to say, is not particularly successful as it ends in the gory death of large number of ` mankind` . . . No doubt the producers decided to go for a target audience of 12 year old boys with an18 certificate .( DVD sales should do well) A dis appointing film in which it's difficult to summon up any sympathy for the unbelievable characters. Jude Law and Forest Whitakker do their best, but they're up against it with a screenplay which fails to deliver a convincing plot. Time out's rating of one star is about right.
While I thought the film wasn't Citizen Kane, it was worth it just for the lung outfit joke in the multistorey carpark.
Not the surreal cult classic style of Repo Man of'84 but overall a decent action movie for the unsqueamish - See if with a low expectation and you may find the blood and brutality mildly entertaining 3 stars.