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A former hit-man for a drug cartel becomes a vigilante to pay for his sins and find redemption.

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Movie Reviews - 6/10 by Mark DujsikThe fights ... become a bit repetitive. These wouldn't matter as much if "Redeemer" had a distinct personality beyond the occasional flash from the villains.
Village Voice - 6/10 by Simon AbramsRedeemer may not be as good as its star, but it does give Zaror enough room to shine.
Los Angeles Times - 3/10 by Martin TsaiUnfortunately for English speakers, nothing here is lost in translation. Everything is exactly as lame as it sounds.
User Review - 10/10 by Alexandre CIt is true that the plot is a bit weak but the you don't watch such kind of movies for their plot anyhow. The fighting seen are really good, better than in most other action movies. There is one scene in particular with very good graplings. A must see if you like to watch fights!
User Review - 8/10 by David MWay better than the current 17% it has on RT. It's no Ip Man, mind you, but the martial arts are top notch and it's oh so violent fun. That's what I like about Netflix- I'd never be exposed to a Chilean movie any other way if not for my subscription and this movie was fun.
User Review - 8/10 by andrewmakatsariThe Redeemer is an efficient exercise in lean and spare storytelling, with a unique touch of religion and some bone snapping martial arts, with a cool funky electronic score. The Redeemer is about a former hit-man for a drug cartel who becomes a vigilante to pay for his sins and find redemption. The plot says what kind of film this is right there and then, it's an earnest, proud film that couldn't give less **** about deep, complex narratives, as much as it does for the style and atmosphere, which I can only describe as a mixture of classic Western and Nicholas Winding Refn's fantastic Drive. Zaror inhabits the role of Pardo a practicing religious vigilante ready to take a stand for the weak no matter the threat, consequences or the number of baddies to eviscerate, like Eastwood would had he been Chilean. Honestly the less said about the plot the better, it ticks the boxes of classic action films and westerns just as you'd expect it to: Cheeky, but frequently funny villain ? check. Stoic, quiet(I mean REALLY STOIC AND QUIET) protagonist that largely speaks through action, bone-snapping action ? check. Damsel in distress ? check. Money hunt ? check. That's about that. The action however has a lot more to say, choreographed by Zaror himself, is brilliant, utilizing the furious kicks of Tae Kwan Do and some of the finest Kick-Boxing, as well as many upon many grapples, the kicks spread wings, punches split faces and lots of bad guys get to kiss hooks through the mouths and occasionally meet deer horns on a wall. It's fast, it's brutal and intense, with some nice boss battles sprinkled in to AT LEAST make Zaror sweat a bit. So what's special about it ? not much, the fights are shot clearly and evocatively by Ernesto Díaz Espinoza, who's been something of a Gareth Evans to Chile with Zaror being his Iko Uwais, unfortunately the film has a hard time transitioning into gunfights, with effects being on the cringe-worthy side of after-effects, I know this is DTV, but removal of those scenes, and a few less shot up henchmen would've been for the betterment of the film, Scott Adkins' films always trim them down if they know that they'll compromise on quality, and yet even they manage to execute gunplay with more naturalism, but oh well what can you do with a budget so tight. The film does however feature one of the best covers of Johnny Cash's God's Gonna Cut You Down by Sandra Soderman, a cool little rendition amplified with funky electronic synth, as a fan of that genre of music, it was very welcome. The Redeemer may not rank as one of the best action films of all time, or even one of the best DTV action films, but when it stands its ground and fights for our enjoyment, it ultimately redeems itself.
User Review - 7/10 by ScribeHardWhile the film might struggle with the main narrative, and while the artistic approach is spotty at times, Espinoza shows more than enough talent to make Redeemer worth seeking out. In fact, where Rodriguez told his character’s origin tale and then moved on to a sequel, I would line up immediately for an Espinoza-crafted prequel to this picture.
User Review - 3/10 by hadiaec20hDon't ever wast your time watching this movie. Characters are not even characters! Story is not even a story! everything in this movie is lame! Unless you want to watch a guy fighting bad guys meanwhile he tries kill himself.

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