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Salma Hayek as Everly
Togo Igawa as The Sadist
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1hr 32 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by FilmAddict303 6 / 10

No naked Salma therefore it's a bad film..

So far the reviews on here are pretty bad. I mean someone rated it a 1???

It seems most of them were either annoyed because Salma didn't get naked or because they were obviously expecting a totally different film than what they saw.

There's nothing new here, we've seen it all before, it's fairly low budget, there's going to be no Oscars for acting no brilliant script or ground breaking special FX but that doesn't make it a bad film.

There's a few reviews stating the many plot holes or how unrealistic it was but I think they just missed the whole concept of the film. I don't think at any point it was made to be realistic or a serious action film.

The plot is simple, the action is over the top as well as the characters and there's some subtle humor mixed in, it's basically a popcorn movie. If you go to see it expecting anything more you will be disappointed.

It's not a film I would watch more than once but it kept me entertained until the end and that's all a film like this needs to do.

Reviewed by peck-summers 6 / 10

Blood and Boobs

I have read some reviews before watching this film and it nearly put me off. I get a lot of people can't stand this kind of movie, but not every movie is meant to target the worldwide audience. Salma Hayek plays her role well and looks unbelievable. There are holes in the plot all over the place and some things just don't make sense at all. If you are after a well constructed storyline then move on and keep looking. However, if you are a red blooded male like myself and can overlook the many flaws in this movie and love action movies, then this is worth a watch. The numerous death scenes are great and Salma spends the movie showing off her fantastic body and thats a win win for all of us. So, in a nutshell, if you like looking at mamacita's like Salma and lots of blood and death then 'give it a go. I don't think this movie was made to be taken seriously.

Reviewed by David Ferguson ([email protected]) 4 / 10

That's a lot of Dead ...

Greetings again from the darkness. If only drive-in theaters were still the weekend hang-out of choice for teenage boys, this latest from director Joe Lynch would be the perfect second feature after some horror or slasher designed to generate oohs and ahhs through gross-outs (elevators and grenades are not a good mix).

After beginning with its most unsettling scene – gang abuse of a female (fortunately via black screen and sound effects) - the rest of the film plays just like an ultra-violent, hyper-speed video game. The two main distinctions here are that all of the action takes place inside a loft apartment, and the lead character is played by Salma Hayek. Having appeared in Desperado and From Dusk Til Dawn, Ms. Hayek is no stranger to wild action sequences, but here she carries every carnage-filled scene … all while slinking around in a silk slip or her favorite yoga pants.

Gun, knives, swords, grenades, chemicals and various other implements of destruction are brandished by Hayek, masked killers, greedy hookers, a SWAT team, and Hayek's ex-pimp/kidnapper. We even get a character called "The Sadist" (Togo Igawa) in one of the most straight-forward character names in movie history. There is even an attack dog named Bonzai that is well-trained in everything except the difference between a ball and a grenade. And therein lies the saving grace here … the movie has some absurd humor that prevents the ultimate tone of dread by such films as Saw. The humor isn't so much clever as it is outrageous … and it helps offset the gruesome and blood-filled body count (at least 20 in the first 20 minutes!).

Director Joe Lynch is more comfortable with horror films than action films, but it's clear he has a love with B-movies, and he is fortunate enough to have Salma Hayek front and center. The only way to watch this is with your brain shifted to neutral. The level of ridiculous is off the scale and includes too many "that makes no sense" moments to recap here. On top of all that, the action occurs around Christmas, and use of six traditional Christmas songs adds to the twisted humor that will probably keep you tuned in, despite your knowing better.

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