Death Wish

How Far Would You Go To Protect Your Family?

Action Crime Drama
107 min     6.115     2018     USA


A mild-mannered father is transformed into a killing machine after his family is torn apart by a violent act.


Simon Foster wrote:
"Willis and his director faced an uphill battle to make their lead character anything less than reprehensible; if that’s their only achievement, it’s a significant if questionable one..." Read the full review here:
Bazzjazz wrote:
When Hollywood starts regurgitating old Charles Bronson Films that we’re ico in their day. Then cast the washed-up Bruce Willis , you gotta know that Hollywood is totally bereft of any original ideas. I mean what producer actually signed off on this piece of Shite? It is an insult to any moviegoer and should be liable for incurred costs on wasting a patrons valuable time and money. Simply Abysmal.
Gimly wrote:
"It's not as good as the original" he said, shocking absolutely no one. It's alright though. I don't think that I'll watch this Bruce Willis version ever again, but I actually didn't hate my experience here. _Final rating:★★½ - Had a lot that appealed to me, didn’t quite work as a whole._
Kaitlin2017 wrote:
Robert “Bronzi” Kovacs Played in a Movie called Death Kiss, he looks like Charles Bronson not a bad actor, he'd been better that Bruce, or possibly the two could have been in the remake.
r96sk wrote:
An entertaining (full of) action film. I enjoyed 'Death Wish', plain and simply. The action is satisfying, with it featuring some neat death scenes. The plot, meanwhile, is one that has heart to it. Bruce Willis is suitably fun in the titular role and is joined by the terrific Dean Norris. Camila Morrone is the pick of the rest of the cast. It's nothing deserving of any awards of course, but that's OK as this is a production well worth a watch - in my opinion at least. Not seen the original yet, will aim to check it (and its many sequels) out some time.