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Mechanic Resurrection

Mechanic Resurrection

3.1 525 Ratings

Directed by : Dennis Gansel

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When the deceitful actions of a cunning but beautiful woman force him to return to the life he left behind, Arthur Bishop's life is in danger as he has to complete an impossible list of assassinations of the most dangerous men in the world.


“This resurrection is in the league of its original, pretentious yet enjoyable!”

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Jason Statham


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Mechanic: Resurrection - review

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In many ways, Mechanic: Resurrection improves upon its prequel, 2011's The Mechanic. As in many other recent films starring Jason Statham, Resurrection doesn't try to sweep under the carpet the fact that its star has grown a tad old; and instead uses that aspect to shape his character. Statham's demeanor in this one is more brusque than in the previous film. The film is both lurid and relentless in how it throws scenes of intense violence at us. Statham brings much power to his role as an ultra-efficient killer. He isn't the type of actor who rises above the material - he operates squarely in the B-movie mould, and the film is happy being nothing more than pulpy trash, but it more or less works on that level thanks not the least to the proficiency Statham brings to the role.

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