Section 8 (2022) 1080p

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Genres:
Action | Thriller
Resolution:
1918*796
Size:
1.81G
Quality:
1080p
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Language:
English 5.1  
Run Time:
98 min
IMDB Rating:
0 / 10 
MPR:
Add Date:

Downloaded:
79
Seeds:
38
Peers:
11
Directors: Christian Sesma [Director] ,


Movie Description:
After avenging the murder of his family, a former soldier is sprung from prison and recruited by a shadowy government agency.

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Reviews

How bad is it?

It's Nicholas Cage bad. Yes, that bad. I mean it got some big names, but I wasn't expecting an Oscar worthy film. Yet, it is bad. The dialog, the action, the story, the music, just bad. It feels like they filmed it on an iPhone. That's bad. All the "twists?" You'll see them coming a mile away. I just have no idea why this film was made. It's Bruce Willis bad. That's how bad. I want to like this film, honestly, but I just don't. Not one redeeming quality. Not one good scene. Cringe worthy bad. Really bad. Like high school film class bad. It's boring, it's cheesy, it's lame, and it's predictable.

Jeez, so bad

I'm giving this a 4 to be generous to the cast and production crew. Excellent job as usual.

In fact everything about this story is the usual: a military acquaintance; a plot that becomes more senseless each scene; long, long flashbacks to show the hero's emotions; hand-to-hand attacks during gunfights;and plot inconsistencies that give the impression that a producer's 15-year-old son wrote a script and Dad decided to encourage him... and had the bucks.

Verdict: AVOID. Despite the cast and production quality, I found this movie completely forgettable and an unfortunate waste of time, even though I fast-forwarded through all the my-dead-wife-and-kid-poor-me scenes.

Make an action movie OR make a family movie. Do not try to combine both because it will end in a disaster.

Beware: NOT a Mickey Rourke movie. NOT a Dolph Lundgren movie. NOT a Scott Adkins movie. Why not? Because they only have a few minutes of screentime.

Scott Adkins and Dolph Lundgren produced this movie, with (unfortunately) disastrous results.

I really love a good old fashioned action B-movie and I really like these old, tough action movie stars like Mickey Rourke and Scott Adkins.

But this movie is partly a sentimental movie about family bonds, partly an action movie. And it fails at being both.

If they only had stuck to a 100% action movie and IF they had replaced the leading (unknown) actor with one of the other great actors (Mickey Rourke, Scott Adkins) then this movie would have some merit for the B-movie action fan. Now it turned into a terrible, sentimental dreck of failure.

Mickey Rourke and Scott Adkins deserve to star in better movies than this one. Come on guys, you all rock. Now get together again and give us fans something we can really enjoy!
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