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Mechanic: Resurrection

Mechanic: Resurrection is a movie starring Jason Statham, Jessica Alba, and Tommy Lee Jones. Bishop's most formidable foe kidnaps the love of his life in order to make him complete three impossible assassinations and make them look...

Other Titles
Mechanic: Résurrection, Mehaničar: Povratak, Ha'mekhonai 2: ha'tkhiya, Mechanic 2, Το μούτρο: Η επιστροφή, Suikast, Mechanik zabiják: Vzkříšení, El especialista: La resurrección, Sát Thu Tho Máy: Su Tái Xuât, Assassino a Preço Fixo 2: A Ressurreição, Le mécano: la résurrection, Mechanic: Assassino Profissional, El Especialista: Resurrección, A mestergyilkos: Feltámadás, Mehāniķis: Augšāmcelšanās, El especialista: Resurrección, Mechanik: Konfrontacja, Mechanik zabijak 2: Vzkriesenie, Mecanicul 2, Ledeni ubojica: Povratak, Mehaanik: Ülestõusmine, Ledeni morilec: vrnitev, Mechanikas: sugrižimas, メカニック ワールドミッション
Running Time
1 hours 38 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Thriller, Adventure, Action
Dennis Gansel
Brian Pittman, Rachel Long, Philip Shelby, Tony Mosher, Philip Shelby, Lewis John Carlino
Jessica Alba, Tommy Lee Jones, Michelle Yeoh, Jason Statham
USA, France
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Bishop's most formidable foe kidnaps the love of his life in order to make him complete three impossible assassinations and make them look like accidents.

Comments about thriller «Mechanic: Resurrection» (23)

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Alice Austin

I was hoping to be left with the feeling that this film was just fine, but I really did not. First of all, I thought that this film was really bad in the beginning. The action sequences were a little dull. The story line was predictable. The villain was not particularly evil, but that is not really a problem because you know what is going to happen to him. This was a movie I could not get through and it was frustrating. It is a good movie, but if you are really into action films and want to see them succeed, don't go to see this film. It will not be for you. But if you want a good action film that is about as good as the original movie, then you should see this film.

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Ralph J.

For once, John Woo (who created the iconic movie Red Cliff) was given a chance to make a serious action film and he did it pretty well. The action was fantastic, the direction was fast paced and frenetic and the story was very original and well thought out. Sure, there were many "glitches" in the film which left you wondering why the director wanted to make the movie at all, but it doesn't detract from the action. All in all, this film is a "7" but only because I didn't know about the flaw until after the film had ended. It was a bit confusing at times but it was really good and worth seeing. If you liked the first and/or the second, I'd highly recommend seeing this film. This movie will surprise you.

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Gregory M.

This is an alright action/romance film that is a bit to much for the younger audience, but at the same time it does have some clever and original elements. The film opens up with a father and daughter teaming up to find the identity of the assassin who killed his wife. The daughter takes off on a treasure hunt and the father takes her to her grandfather's mansion, where he has set up an auction for treasure hunters. He soon realises that the heir to the house has been kidnapped and the daughter must return to his family. The movie does have a slight cliche feel to it with one of the first scenes being the father and daughter talking to the elderly uncle. It doesn't help that this uncle is somewhat dimwitted and his mother is also very rude to him. The father's character is one of the few redeeming features in the film. He is so sensible and non-violent, and he always keeps his cool. The fight scenes are good, although there are too many of them and too much emphasis on them, but they are well staged. The fight scenes are interesting, although there is a lot of dialogue in them. The character of the father is a bit too one-dimensional, but he is a good character. I liked the villain, a ruthless businessman. The ending was a little cheesy, but overall, the film is quite good.

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Debra Hall

I thought the first one was a great action movie. Now this one is a good movie too. If you liked the first one you will like this one also. I give this movie a 7/10. I think you have to be familiar with the first movie before you watch this one. I think it is good. There is a lot of action in this movie. I love the fight scenes. I loved the underwater sequences. The first one has more of the action in it. This one is more action. I hope they make another movie because this one is good.

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This film was completely unneeded and it took far too long for it to get off the ground. I'm not sure how to make a real review of this film but I'll say that it's OK if you've already seen it. In this case, the film is more interesting to see if you're not familiar with the original.

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Rey and company make a return to the galactic battlefield, this time to "Fight Club"-yvenge their father's death, by basically turning into zombies to protect themselves. Yeah. Sounds like a simple plot, right? It is, and this is why it's so fun. It's even more fun, because you don't have to have a clue as to what is going on, like in Star Wars or even The Matrix. Rey is good, so are Luke and Han, but the big players in this film are R2D2, C-3PO and R2-D2. As you'd expect, they're all great and funny, although R2D2 gets more action than he ever did in the first film. It's a shame that we have to see them in a human form for most of the film. Also, because of the cuts, we can't really tell who's acting in the story, as a result, most of the cast doesn't get that much screen time. The special effects are amazing and I'm sure a lot of people will be disappointed when they see this, as the effects were probably some of the best I've ever seen. As you'd expect, the score is pretty much the same, but it's really good and original, you might even forget that it's the same one. The bad things about this film are the ending, which is so anticlimactic, and the way it is presented, that you actually feel some sympathy for the antagonists. Still, if you liked the first film, you'll probably enjoy this one. And the fact that it's the first film to have a real sequel is probably enough for some to say this is better than the first, but it's nothing compared to the second film. If you liked this one, you'll probably enjoy this one as well.

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Donna Myers

Good opening of a new franchise, with plenty of action and a good villain. Christopher Lambert reprises his role as Richard Riehle, but I can't remember any other work from him. This movie brings up a lot of questions for him. I found the ending very unsatisfying, but it is a typical Marvel film so that is to be expected. The story of the movie is still a bit confusing, but is worth it to see a new MCU movie. Some changes from the comics were made to the plot, such as Wolverine and Rogue having some sort of romantic relationship. There is also a twist in the end which I didn't see coming. Overall, the movie is worth a watch. It has enough action to keep you interested.

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Alan H.

A movie that might have made a lot more sense had it been made in the 80's. Mechanic: Resurrection is very much like a reboot of the first movie, only with a whole bunch of new characters and a different plot. And let me tell you, I enjoyed the movie. The action was good, the story was pretty good, and the character development was pretty good. You could tell that the writers had put a lot of time into this, and it shows. The one problem I have with this movie is that I didn't really feel like it was really the end of the first movie. I knew the climax was coming, but I was not sure what the point was in the movie. It just sort of ended with all of the old characters and some new characters. The acting in this movie is better than in the first movie, and it's one of the better action movies I've seen this year. As for the plot, it's actually pretty good. The plot was good, but there was a lot of continuity errors and some characters were left out of the movie. But it's worth seeing if you are a fan of the first movie.

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Cheryl Mitchell

The first Mad Max movie was so bad that I was afraid I'd hate it. So I did, and to my surprise I liked it, especially for being such a dumb movie. Then came the second Mad Max, and this movie was better than the first. A lot of the stuff I hated in the first movie wasn't there in this one. But all in all, this is a decent movie. You should watch it, but don't expect a masterpiece. If you're a fan of the first two movies, you'll like this one, if you're not, it's not worth it.

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Ann Perkins

Return to Dr. Wexler is a bit of a letdown for me, because I had wanted to see what happened with the clones, and the movie's not nearly as well done as I had hoped. I have to admit though, that I thought the movie would be better. The effects are good, and the overall action scenes are quite good, especially when you remember that they're supposed to be really expensive and technically difficult to pull off. But, the movie has such a repetitive story. You know where the story is going, and you know what's going to happen, and you're left to have the same expectation as everyone else. It's like the plot was written by a computer and was then pasted together with the story. At the end of the day, I was glad I went to see the movie, because it's a better version of the original, but it isn't a good version. It was still entertaining and you get a sense of the movie and of its director, but the story is lacking. I'm looking forward to the DVD, and I'll definitely be seeing the movie again in the theater. In the end, I'll always consider this movie a bit of a letdown.

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Finally. You got me. I had a long time. Now I have a reason to sit down and watch the old two. Sadly. I don't know what to say about this one. The ending is almost what I expected, but it isn't. The acting is fine, as always, the movie was still enjoyable. And yes, there is the T-Rex. And I am amazed that in Hollywood there is actually a monster movie where there isn't a woman in it, and I'm not talking about that cartoon series (there is one on TV now, though). Anyway, I'm still excited for the next sequel. As long as it's better. Let's hope.

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Diane J.

The Good: 1. The acting was superb, Tom Cruise was at his best. 2. The action was amazing, this was the best of the series. 3. The special effects were awesome. The Bad: 1. Too many jokes. 2. "Pit of the Sun" was boring. The Ugly: 1. Dany of the Rock's character was very annoying. (i love him, but the first movie was a fluke). 2. The sex scenes were also very stupid. All in all, it was better than the last film. It was not the best movie ever, but it was a great ending to the series. I give this a 7/10

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Amy Brown

Another Bond film that isn't as bad as the first one but in my opinion is still pretty bad. For me it is the weakest part of the series, but it still does enough to be watchable, because it has some very good moments, like the opening scene, the conversation between Bond and Vesper and the finale of the fight. It also has the same Bond sequence of all the films, just a lot faster and with much more action. But there are also a few things that don't work as well, like the sequence with the walkie-talkie, the bad girl and the actor from Transformers. Also I think that Bond films need to get rid of the weird music. Sometimes I think the music doesn't fit the scene it's playing in, like in the opening scene when the music isn't really necessary and you need the scene to be more focused. If there is no music I can't hear Bond's dialogue and it gets very annoying. In the end I think that Casino Royale is a good film, but a bit different from the other films. It has a lot of action and it works, but it could have been a bit better if the action was at least as good as in previous films.

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Being a huge fan of the original movie and a big fan of the first "Terminator" movie, I was excited when I heard that they were going to remake the first "Terminator" movie. I went into the theater with low expectations. I'm not saying that it was a terrible movie, but I was expecting a better movie. This movie didn't live up to my expectations. It was okay. It had some really good scenes, but it just didn't live up to the original. But there is one big reason why it's not a good movie. It is just not "Terminator". The only thing I can say is that if you haven't seen the original movie, you should skip this movie and see the original instead. The acting is bad, the story is slow, and the action scenes are too violent. The only thing that this movie has going for it is the CGI. There is not much, but some that you can't really tell that it was CGI. You have to know that the things that they used in the original were actually CGI. If you do not know, then go see the original movie.

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Christian M.

I think many people would be surprised to see how dull this movie actually was. I guess I shouldn't be surprised because many movies have tried to recapture a little bit of the old style of horror that made the genre so appealing to viewers back in the 60's. I'm not saying that the 70's style is bad or not necessary to make a good movie, it just isn't here. I'm also not saying that a movie like this is bad, in fact it is a really good movie, I just think that the actual elements that made the genre so popular are missing in this film. And most of the time you can blame this on the director. But let's be honest, this movie has more of a horror/suspense type of feel to it. It is very unspectacular. There is very little gore and the kills are usually not that gory. The movie has a great sense of style. It has a very eerie feel to it, and the ending is quite good. It has a good cast, I'm not going to say who, but they do a good job. I also don't know if the acting is good or not, but I really enjoyed all of the actors in this movie. This movie is worth a watch if you like old style slashers. It's not a great movie, but it is worth a watch.

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Nancy Evans

Even if you're not a huge action fan, you'll love this movie. The action scenes are very well choreographed, but you'll be hard pressed to tell them apart from the rest of the movie. And even though there are a lot of famous actors in the cast, they don't have much of a role. If you're a fan of "realistic" action movies, you'll find this movie entertaining, but it's not as good as "Die Hard", which is probably the best action movie ever made. The only problem I had with the movie was the CGI. I know CGI is very important, but they seem to use a lot of old-style computer animation for the action scenes. This was very distracting and seemed very fake. I'll admit that there were times where I did get a little dizzy watching the action scenes, but the action scenes still look very good. A lot of action movies have pretty impressive computer graphics, but "Die Hard" is way better than any of them. I would definitely recommend this movie.

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I was expecting a great movie, and while I enjoyed the action and scenery it was still a movie made for TV. I am sure it was aimed at a younger audience because the scenes and dialogue were clunky and boring. It had no real feeling to it at all. The fights and car chases were laughable, the special effects were great but it was not a good movie. The actors and actresses did a good job but they weren't great and they weren't given much to work with. The chemistry between the actors and the main character was really poor. When I say main character, I mean main character. Because the story was told in flashbacks from her past. They showed all the action in the future and it didn't feel right. If you liked the first one, you should still watch this one. It is worth it just for the action.

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Samuel S.

I've never been a big fan of The Bourne Identity. I was kind of upset when they decided to do it again. What I wanted to see was the first installment of the Bourne Identity series. But I saw the movie in the theater and didn't like it at all. So I asked my friend if he wanted to see it again, and he said sure. So I went to the theater and it was great. This time, I enjoyed the movie. It had great action and the script was good. I was very impressed. If you liked The Bourne Identity, you'll probably like this movie as well. It's better than the first one, but it's still not as good as the first one. I give this movie a 7/10.

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Here is my review of the "Masters of the Universe" film. One thing I really like about this movie is that it is not a sequel to any of the previous three movies, but it is a standalone film that does not tie in with the other three movies. The film is based on the comic book series of the same name. The movie follows the adventures of an ordinary man named Marty McFly. The town of River City is threatened by a meteor which falls in the same place that the meteor fell in the first movie, and Marty decides to go to River City to get his father's car that was crashed in River City. He is confronted by one of the legends of the town called the Trinity Killer. The story is fairly straightforward and does not get too complicated at times. The film also does not take too much of an "exposition" into the character of Marty McFly and his childhood and his interactions with his father. The three young girls who play the characters are the only one's who are known to have any sort of screen time and are fun to watch. The film is also quite fun and you will be grinning all the way through this one. Overall, the film is a fun action film with a few good laughs here and there. I would recommend this film to fans of the comic book series, but not to those who have not read the comics or not watched the previous movies. If you have seen the other movies and have an open mind, you will enjoy the movie as well. I give the movie a B+

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Let's face it, with the previous entries in the franchise, the action scenes were way too "action packed" and the plot in a way seemed so ridiculously convoluted that one was tempted to question the entire concept. I'll admit, the last movie in the series was not a whole lot of fun, but there was an excitement and thrills in the first film that this one lacked. The story seemed so thin and contrived that it was hard to take it seriously. It's certainly a lot less convoluted than "Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines". This time, the entire movie centers on the assassination of James Cameron's character. The whole movie is a total mess, and that is why the previous entry is a definite classic. "Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines" is a disappointing entry in the franchise. It has no suspense and has only a handful of thrilling scenes, not to mention that it's a mediocre action movie. I have to admit that I was still entertained by it, but I do not think that the action is up to par with the previous entries. I still have to give this film a 7/10 for having some good moments, but overall it's an average movie.

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Gloria W.

Why I gave this a 7/10 I had to ask myself because it really was a very good movie. I was just watching the movie, because I love sci-fi and action movies and after watching the movie I thought that it was a great movie. I enjoyed the action sequences. The movie was pretty much like a Terminator or a Die Hard movie. The action scenes were intense and the hero played by De Niro was fantastic. I will definitely recommend this movie to all my friends. I will say that the ending of the movie was really good and I really hope to see the rest of the movie. Thank you for reading my review. I hope that you enjoy this movie.

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Amanda Howell

This film is about a rogue nuclear reactor in the Nevada desert. It was built to destroy the world, but escaped detection for years. What is it, and why is it so dangerous? With the military running a classified surveillance program around the reactor, they find it has something else, something not quite human. The scientific name is "Archaeotech" but in the film, it's called "Archaeogenesis." It's an advanced technology. It's a destructive force that brings about a new era in humanity. Will the military stop it? Will it succeed? "The film is directed by J.J. Abrams and written by Lawrence Kasdan, who also serves as a producer. Abrams directs, Kasdan writes, and their credits are as such: The Force Awakens, Star Trek Beyond, and Cloverfield. This is a visually beautiful movie, but its science-fiction elements are more than adequate. The sets are beautiful, and the story's settings are brilliantly executed. The acting is top notch, especially from Bill Paxton and James Franco. The dialogue is great, as well. What is so wrong with this film? First, it's a bit too long. I could've done without the third act. It's a big stretch for me to pay full attention to what is going on and then pick up the film at the end. Some of the concepts are far-fetched, but not as far-fetched as I had imagined. I don't want to make this a spoiler, but the fight between Paxton and the bad guy at the end is pretty cool, if not entirely convincing. Secondly, the hero in this film is a jerk. That is not to say he is an antagonist, but he is a jerk. This is a lesson to all hero films: Don't be a jerk. I found myself rooting for him. This is just one of those movies that has enough magic to carry it, but a bad guy to step in and save the day. I still liked this film. There are some wonderful scenes, the chemistry between Paxton and his family, and even the train sequences with the mother. It's not a good film, but I still liked it. I did have problems with the movie's ending, but I'll get to that in a minute. With that said, the film is well worth seeing. I highly recommend it to any sci-fi fan.

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Gloria L.

I really wanted to like this movie. It's fun and different, and you can't go wrong with a James Bond movie. However, my brain hurts just thinking about it. I mean, come on. James Bond gets a bandaged face, no need for a new suit, and the mighty Aston Martin DB5 is destroyed in a ridiculously contrived chase scene. Who has the time and resources to go through that? And what's with the kids? Now THAT'S bull. I hate to say it, but it just doesn't work. Maybe I'm being too harsh. Maybe it's just the first act. Maybe I just didn't like this movie. All I know is, I felt like I missed out on something. I have nothing against action movies. In fact, I really enjoyed The Fast and the Furious, and Casino Royale. But I just don't think this one works. So if you're a James Bond fan, I would still suggest you check it out. But for me, it just doesn't work.