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Death Wish Full Movie Full Movie
Death Wish Full Movie Info
Release Date: 2018-03-02
|Original title||:||Death Wish|
|Directed by||:||Eli Roth|
|Written by||:||Joe Carnahan, Brian Garfield|
|Starring||:||Alex Zelenka, Beau Knapp, Bruce Willis, Camila Morrone, Christopher Tyson, Dawn Ford, Dean Norris, Elisabeth Shue, Ian Matthews, Jack Kesy, Jason Cavalier, Kenny Wong, Kimberly Elise, Kirby Bliss Blanton, Len Cariou, Luis Oliva, Melantha Blackthorne, Mike Chute, Mike Epps, Moe Jeudy-Lamour, Naomi Frenette, Nathaly Thibault, Richard Esteras, Ronnie Gene Blevins, Stephanie Janusauskas, Sway, Vincent D'Onofrio|
|Production company||:||Paramount, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer|
|Distributed by||:||United States of America|
|Translations||:||English, български език, Deutsch, Español, Norsk, svenska, Magyar, עִבְרִית, Dansk, Français, ελληνικά, Português, Polski, Pусский, Italiano, Türkçe, 한국어/조선말, 普通话, Український, 普通话|
Death Wish『2018』® ＦＵＬＬ MOVIE Online Download: Today’s Conjuring-loving audiences may have forgotten that James Wan delivered a bull’s eye of a Death Wish full movie remake in 2007’s Kevin Bacon-starring Death Sentence. Now, along comes Eli Roth to exclaim more loudly that he has remade the Charles Bronson vehicle (no one really thinks he is adapting Brian Garfield’s novel, right?) with Bruce Willis. In true stylistically bland Roth fashion, the promised product exceeds the delivered goods (see any movie in his oeuvre).
As trauma surgeon Paul Kersey, whose wife and daughter are killed and injured in a home invasion gone wrong, Willis again sleepwalks for another paycheck (think any of it was subsidized by the NRA?). Kersey should be a figure of grim determination and single-minded vengeance, not Willis’ sleepy charisma. Imagine if Vincent D’Onofrio, who languishes as Kersey’s ne’er-do-well, former baseball prospect brother, were cast as the lead. That film may have gotten further to the dark core of this outdated thriller; such crime-phobic movies feel so late-’70s, throwbacks to when Times Square was dingy and pornographic.
Joe Carnahan’s script wants to preach a bit; an odd gun-control message can be heard briefly spinning up. But the idea that Kersey has become more interested in doing violence—being an amalgam of judge, jury and executioner—than in avenging his family cannot find a solid handhold, thanks to a nearly fatal lack of emotion. Death Wish’s armed vigilante is not as simple and enjoyable a movie concept as Hollywood thinks it is. Were it so, they would have remade Dirty Harry by now.