Review: MECHANIC: RESURRECTION Primes With Experient Action Stardom Far From Fading
Jason Statham has a checkered past when it comes to action movies. This is a man who has subjected himself to the direction - if we can call it that- of the infamous Uwe Boll (In The Name of The King: A Story With An Already Ridiculous Enough Title That It Didn't Need A Subtitle to Make it Worse), confused the shit out of us as Jake Green in 2005’s Revolver, and still found time in his schedule to make basketball interesting again in 2010 with The Expendables. From the cartoonishness of his survival spree as Chev Chelios in the Crank series to his Bond-on-wheels turn as The Transporter, I would argue in gest that said past and all its turbulent splendor has contributed significantly to the cultivation of that bitchin’ perpetual scowl Statham sports. But I fear he wouldn't appreciate the joke and thus proceed to openly diss superhero movies again. So we’ll skip all that unpleasantness and talk about Mechanic: Resurrection instead.
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~Khalil Barnett, Contributing Writer