Acts of Violence
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Acts of Violence

We can only hope that the upcoming Death Wish remake will rescue Bruce Willis from the level of B-movie hackdom that’s become his stock-in-trade. The Nappily Ever After latest example features the iconic star of Die Hard and its numerous sequels in a rote thriller indistinguishable from the countless others he’s cranked out in recent years. Receiving a limited theatrical release to elevate its standing on VOD listings, Acts of Violence evaporates from your mind while you’re watching it.

Willis isn’t actually the star of the film scripted by Nicolas Aaron Mezzanatto and directed by Brett Donowho. Rather, it’s his frequent co-star Cole Hauser (Hart’s War, A Good Day to Die Hard), who plays Declan MacGregor, a war veteran coping with post-traumatic stress. Life Itself Declan seems to be faring much worse emotionally than his younger brothers Brendan (Shawn Ashmore), a fellow vet now happily married to Jessa (Tiffany Brouwer), and Roman (Ashton Holmes), engaged to the beautiful Mia (Melissa Bolona).

The MacGregor clan finds its world turned upside-down when Mia, partying at a nightclub with her bridesmaids, is kidnapped by the henchmen of arch criminal and human trafficker Max Livingston (Mike Epps). The two younger brothers seem willing to let the police War Dogs handle the matter, with Brendan plaintively asking, “What are we gonna do?”

Duration: 86 min

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IMDb: 5.2

Acts of Violence
Acts of Violence
Acts of Violence
Acts of Violence
Acts of Violence