Decommissioned

2016

Action / Thriller

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IMDb Rating 3.5

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1.53G
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80 min
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Reviewed by leonblackwood 2

Review: I honestly don&#39;t know why I torture myself with these Vinnie Jones movies! Although he is plastered all over the front cover, he is only in a couple of scenes, thank God but the rest of the cast isn&#39;t that great either. The film is based around an ex CIA agent, John Niles (Johnny Messner), who is drawn back into the dark world of murder and violence, to save his family. With the help of Michael Price (Vinnie Jones) and Detective Tom Weston (Michael Pare), they fight against the evil David Marino (James Remar), against all odds. Some of the action scenes were half decent but the acting was awful and most of the characters got on my nerves after a while. You can tell that the director was pushing his low budget to the max, with the explosions and detailed action scenes but it wasn&#39;t enough to save the movie. The one man army theme was pretty unrealistic, and I didn&#39;t understand why Marino didn&#39;t just hire one of his goons to do the job. Anyway, I really didn&#39;t enjoy this movie at all, and I thought it was a total waste of time and money. Awful!<br/><br/>Round-Up: This terrible movie was directed by Timothy Woodward Jr., who took on quite a big project for someone who was born in 1983. Most of his movies have been with B list actors like Danny Trejo and Luke Goss, so the outcome of this movie wasn&#39;t really surprising. At such a young age, it is a good way to climb up the movie making ladder but he has to watch out that he doesn&#39;t get stuck in making movies in this genre. As my expectations wasn&#39;t that high for this movie, I wasn&#39;t that disappointed but I still was expecting some form of entertainment.<br/><br/>Budget: $1million Worldwide Gross: N/A<br/><br/>I recommend this movie to people who are into their action/thrillers, starring Vinnie Jones, Johnny Messner, James Remar, Estella Warren and Michael Pare. 2/10

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Reviewed by sayedsabbir-68294 2

Acting is so bad,just loved girls acting and every man acting is so bad,just waste of time, i am from Bangladesh i love Hollywood&#39;s film but this movie sucks ??

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Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird 2

Did not want to dislike &#39;Decommissioned&#39;. It was again not a bad, if not new, premise and Vinnie Jones has given alright performances in the past. It had potential to work, and would have done with effort being obvious and like those in front of and behind the camera had their hearts in it.<br/><br/>Neither of which can be seen with &#39;Kill Kane&#39;, something that is really quite unforgivable. Have seen worse films, recently and ever, but that doesn&#39;t stop &#39;Decommissioned&#39; from being a very poor film with no redeeming traits and a lot of things done absolutely terribly. There is not much to add to what has been said very well already and the review is at the risk of repeating what has been said. Just for the record, &#39;Decommissioned&#39; was watched with an open mind and not without the intent or want to dislike, let alone hate, the film, quite the contrary. <br/><br/>&#39;Decommissioned&#39; warehouse sequence had some tension and Michael Pare brings some professionalism, but those are the only okay things one can see.<br/><br/>Almost all the acting ranges from insipid to terrible, only Pare comes off unscathed while everyone else looks engaged or at ease. Jones lacks vigour and intensity for a role needing both for it to work and gives a lazy performance in a role misleadingly marketed, as others have said judging from the advertising one would think he was the lead but he&#39;s a supporting character barely in it in reality. In all fairness the characters are clichéd and are never engaging or easy to get behind, didn&#39;t care or endear to any of them. <br/><br/>The chemistry is static, likewise with the barely existent direction. The script is from start to finish is a cringe, weep and toe curl-fest with lots of overblown soap-opera melodrama and no depth whatsoever.<br/><br/>Furthermore, the story has no tension or suspense whatsoever, is very lifelessly paced and executes a not particularly new if intriguing idea with no imagination or originality. Basically non-stop indifferent dullness and predictability that takes itself far too seriously to be fun. &#39;Decommissioned&#39; has a very dreary, one-note and less than slick visual style with well below average visuals and no attempt at authenticity. The sound is monotonous and over obvious with music that is too constant and over-bearing, while the lighting lacks atmosphere and consistently and the photography lacks focus and often static in the more dramatic scenes.<br/><br/>In conclusion, another very bad film. 2/10 Bethany Cox

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