Blitz

Blitz

3.3 175 Ratings

Directed by : Elliott Lester

Release Date : | Length : 97 Minutes

  • Critics Rating 3.5/5
  • MJ Rating 2.5/5
  • Rate now
  • Write a review

plot

A tough cop Brant along with his unlikely partner Sgt Porter Nash is dispatched to take down a serial killer who has been targeting police officers.

Verdict

“Blitz has a confusing plot, leaving several side stories unexplained. The camerawork and stunts however make it a one-time watch!”

Blitz Audience Review

So Corny that you cannot stop smiling

|
Rated 2.5 / 5
|

Write a review

Review Blitz & earn 20 DM Points. Exchange DM points for cashbacks*

* Powered by FAVCY

Blitz is nothing more than the clichd crime thriller genre but with wholesome content of STYLE in it. Jason Stathom does what he is always good as "The Dirty Harry" but still his work in Snatch and The Transported were way better.

Within 20 to 30 minutes you are introduced to the complete story and the chase starts. Odd partnership of Rule breaker Tom Brant (Jason) and Porter Nash (Paddy Considine) tormented of being gay are scavenging for Blitz (Aiden Gillen) brazen psycho who is known for cold-blooded murder of cops.

Movie reaches its real pace when when the search to hunt down Blitz starts. One thing which is highly confusing are the story of side characters, which are neither presented nor finished properly and looked like as if the movie makers wanted to kill time inorder to make the movie long. Honestly they could have given half of the wasted to to Considine who was just brilliant in the movie. He was perfect counter part of Brant's bluntness.

The baddie of the movie "Blitz" stole the show with his over-the-top insanity and as a viewer you will love to hate him. He was terrific on-screen and the character he portrayed is neatly laid down as well as cleverly played by him.

Amazing Camera-work, proper use of sets, impressive stunts with lot of style factor in Blitz plus good dose of wit makes it a decent watch.