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Hardcore Henry


Sharlto Copley, Andrei Dementiev, Haley Bennett, Danila Kozlovsky View All


Ilya Naishuller (Screenplay), Ilya Naishuller (Director) View All

Release: Sep. 12th, 2015
Runtime: 1 hour, 37 minutes
Henry, a newly resurrected cyborg who must save his wife/creator from the clutches of a psychotic tyrant with telekinetic powers, AKAN, and his army of mercenaries. Fighting alongside Henry is Jimmy, who is Henry's only hope to make it through the day. Hardcore takes place over the course of one day, in Moscow, Russia.
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If you think Hard-Boiled (or any John Woo film for that matter) or Die Hard, or literally any action film you think can't be topped, well from here on out the bar has been set to Manhattan skyscraper level, and that film is called Hardcore Henry.
I'd like to see a more finely-tuned execution of this concept that isn't quite as dependent on valuing the quantity of violent action scenes over their quality - such potential can be glimpsed in Hardcore Henry, but the film moves so fast that it's easy to miss it.
Henry's back-and-forth with British Guy however forced it feels at times is the only sign of humanity we really see in this movie, and it feels good when British Guy compliments Henry on murdering everyone in the room and Henry simply whips him an OK sign.
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