Redemption Day

critic Reviews

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    Christy LemireRogerEbert.com
    This would-be action thriller offers awkward action and no real thrills.
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    Joe LeydonVariety
    If "Redemption Day" were any more generic, the first thing you'd see on screen would be a bar code in place of opening credits.
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    Frank ScheckHollywood Reporter
    Proves such a wan, ineffective vehicle that it leaves its star all dressed up with nowhere to go.
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    Katie WalshTribune News Service
    There's not a thrill to be found in this ostensible thriller, a rote kidnapping exercise taped together with digital blood spatter and an overly dramatic score, vaguely gesturing at global crises from five years ago.
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    Peter MartinScreenAnarchy
    Follows a wan path as it endeavors to craft a compelling narrative, which leaves only a few punchy action sequences to redeem the experience.
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    Jackie K. Cooperjackiekcooper.com
    A lackluster tale of a man trying to rescue his wife from terrorists. Some exciting scenes but not enough.
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    Daniel M. KimmelNorth Shore Movies
    What makes the film an above-average action film are the contributions of director (and co-screenwriter) Hicham Hajji, making his feature film directorial debut.
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    Emilie BlackCinema Crazed
    Despite a fairly one-dimensional group of bad guys, the films manages to make something out of the central couple and makes it more interesting than a simple rescue as the victim as well as her savior are more than one dimension characters...
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    Jonathon WilsonReady Steady Cut
    I know the days are all kind of blending into one at this point, but there's no reason to lengthen them further with dreck of this variety.
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    Jeffrey M. AndersonCommon Sense Media
    Attempting to address real-world political and moral concerns, this action movie instead comes across as utterly generic and low-rent, with no surprises or thrills and little emotional engagement.
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