Mechanic: Resurrection
Mechanic: Resurrection

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Arthur Bishop thought he had put his murderous past behind him, until his most formidable foe kidnaps the love of his life. Now he is forced to travel the globe to complete three impossible assassinations, and do what he does best: make them look like accidents.... (Full plot summary below)

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Arthur Bishop thought he had put his murderous past behind him, until his most formidable foe kidnaps the love of his life. Now he is forced to travel the globe to complete three impossible assassinations, and do what he does best: make them look like accidents.

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The Playlist - 9/10 by Will Ashton It's sillier and more free-wheeling than you'd initially expect, but it never quite finds a sense of drive to give it purpose.
New York Times - 8/10 by Andy Webster For an actor who, with the "Transporter" films, once imbued the action genre with a new sense of possibility and winking sophistication, Mr. Statham is on cruise control.
ChrisStuckmann.com - 8/10 by Chris Stuckmann Mechanic: Resurrection joins the ranks of Commando, Cobra and Broken Arrow as a cheesy, machismo-drenched guilty pleasure. Shove popcorn in your face and have fun.
Consequence of Sound - 7/10 by Dominick Mayer Mechanic: Resurrection plays in an uncommonly generic key, and the film only makes intermittent attempts to enliven the proceedings.
The A.V. Club - 7/10 by Jesse Hassenger Statham and Gansel don’t recreate the Transporter magic; those were lovingly ridiculous action movies, while Mechanic: Resurrection is more hastily ridiculous. But after a season of sagas, revivals, and franchise hubris, the flatness of a Statham sequel inspires its own kind of trash nostalgia.
Blu-ray.com - 7/10 by Brian Orndorf Paycheck performances and cartoon heroics tend to dominate in "Mechanic: Resurrection," making it a less satisfying effort than its passable predecessor, with outrageousness missing genuine thrills.
The Times of India - 7/10 by Reagan Gavin Rasquinha Despite the staid title like 'mechanic' and a plot line that is as simple as can be, Statham pulls punches - literally - like we haven't seen in any action film this year. Okay, to be fair, at least not yet.
Variety - 7/10 by Owen Gleiberman In “Mechanic,” [Statham's] a mechanic of murder, of escape, of ingenuity, of combat. He’s too good (and too badass) to be true, but that’s why we like him. It would be nice to see Statham make a movie one day that’s accomplished enough to raise his game. Until that happens, Mechanic: Resurrection will do.
Espinof - 6/10 by Alberto Abuín 'Mechanic: Resurrection' is a narrative loop, with (supposedly) spectacular scenes that run out of fun from the beginning. [Full review in Spanish]
Reel Film Reviews - 6/10 by David Nusair A fairly decent followup to 2011's The Mechanic...
Vue Weekly (Edmonton, Alberta) - 6/10 by Brian Gibson Unnecessary second-shot Mechanic: Resurrection, playing like a third-rate remake of Bond scenes, can't resurrect the ghost of a thrilling action sequence, the spirit of a high-calibre assassin adventure, even the faintest whiff of originality.
Daily Trend (Mexico) - 6/10 by Uriel Barco A brainless entertainment film, absurd, aware of its own ridicule and, most important of all, well done. Thanks, Statham and company. [Full review in Spanish]

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