Wild Card (2015)
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An average movie
“By now, somehow, I have seen almost all the movies starring Jason Statham and, to be honest, most of them are just terribly generic and rather boring and this movie could have been a perfect example of this. However, it actually had some potential as it had a nice darker and edgier edge than your usual Statham vehicle. Indeed, even though he was playing his typical tough guy, his character was actually complexer than usual. Indeed, he was also a massive loser, literally and figuratively speaking, which was just so much more interesting than the usual boring one-dimensional characters played by the action star and it is a proof that he could have had such an interesting career if he had chosen some more challenging roles. The rest of cast was also surprisingly interesting (Michael Angarano,” read more
" Director: Simon West Cinematographer: Shelly Johnson Other Images "
" First Viewing Viewing Date: June 18th Via: Blu-ray Plot: When a Las Vegas bodyguard with lethal skills and a gambling problem gets in trouble with the mob, he has one last play...and it's all or nothing."
"Wild Card is a very weird Jason Statham vehicle. A film that I never truly managed to get my head around. In one way it seems like its trying to be a very stylized and graphic action film, but occasionally it feels like it throws that out of the window in order for it to be more of a character study instead. But whatever it's going for, I don't necessarily think it's succeeding that well at either. That doesn't mean it's a disaster though. It's certainly entertaining at times, in its own absurd"
" DVD- 1hr. 32min. First Viewing Better than you average Statham vehicle, but still pretty basic and uninspired. The script does have a few solid moments though, and the supporting cast is stronger than usual for this type of film. Good enough for a slow Sunday afternoon."