22 Bullets 2010

Retired French mobster Charlie Matte is assassinated and shot 22 times. He survives miraculously and vows to find out who ordered the hit. Very soon the line between friend and foe starts to blur as he gets closer to the truth and the core of Marseilles under…

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Retired French mobster Charlie Matte is assassinated and shot 22 times. He survives miraculously and vows to find out who ordered the hit. Very soon the line between friend and foe starts to blur as he gets closer to the truth and the core of Marseilles underbelly.

MA15+
Strong violence and drug use

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117mins

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  • Fast moving, well acted but poor script. Predictable and not credible.The means used to get us to like Jean Reno's character were pathetic - he love's his wife, he loves his kids - but - does a good father lets his son not wear a seat belt and play with him, covering his dad's eyes as he drives and - does this mean he is a good guy and we're supposed to forget his violent past?

  • Great film. The only unbelievable bit was surviving 22 bullets. Very violent and lots of gore. The film has a lot of depth I wasn't expecting. BTW: I don't speak French :)

  • Very well acted and a strong storyline with believable twists, violent but no gore: "Spilt blood doesn't dry"

  • Cool movie. Didn't care that it wasn't an English soundtrack. The acting was more important than the dialogue. Jean Reno has got this genre sussed. If there was a remake of The Godfather, I reckon he'd make a good Corleone.

  • Very disappointed. Didn't even waste my time in seeing the whole movie. Also didn't know it was going to be sub-titled.

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