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DaredevilMatt Murdock is a lawyer who was blinded during a chemical accident when he was a kid. However, after that accident he gained enhancements in the remaining senses. By day, Murdock represents the downtrodden. At night he is Daredevil, a masked vigilante stalking the dark streets of the city, a relentless avenger of justice.Keywords:
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Directors of "Daredevil"Mark Steven JohnsonBirthdate: 30 October 1964, Hastings, Minnesota, USA
Creators of "Daredevil"Mark Steven JohnsonBirthdate: 30 October 1964, Hastings, Minnesota, USA
Critic Reviews of "Daredevil"Wall Street JournalJuly 14, 2015
It isn't a great film, or even a greatly original one. Still, it has many grace notes, and interesting oddities.New YorkerJuly 14, 2015
Much of the rest of Daredevil is so dark that you can't see it. I don't think you're missing a great deal.Associated PressJuly 14, 2015
When Farrell's on screen, Daredevil becomes more than just a finely tuned entertainment machine. In a movie that will rake people in no matter what, it's fun to see something unexpected.AV ClubJuly 13, 2015
There's good stuff in the margins. But on the heels of such successful comic-book adaptations as X-Men and Spider-Man, Johnson's film makes Daredevil look like the second-rate hero he never really was.NewsweekJuly 07, 2010
Torn between moody grandiosity and cartoonish mayhem, Daredevil tries to have it both ways, and succeeds at neither.Chicago ReaderApril 18, 2007
[A] dull actioner.Daily Mail (UK)July 14, 2015
Writer-director Mark Steven Johnson's movie is too heavily reliant on tried and tested ingredients, such as Batman-type design and Matrix-style fighting.Tampa Bay TimesJuly 14, 2015
The ghostly sonar effects showing how Matt "sees" through sound are interesting, and Farrell's mad dog performance is fun. But overall Daredevil is nothing to marvel about.Florida Times-UnionJuly 14, 2015
Much of the film is a setup for hoped-for sequels, so the plot isn't really the thing. But Daredevil benefits from some strong supporting roles.Screen InternationalJuly 14, 2015
Daredevil, as brought to the screen by writer/director Mark Steven Johnson, brings real violence and death into the comic book mix, and the result is a fascinating blend of the fantastic and the tragic.NUVO NewsweeklyJuly 14, 2015
Daredevil is a perfectly serviceable B-movie, something to tide over genre fans waiting for X-Men 2.Film4October 19, 2012
For all its clichés, it has a cracking third act, helped by doses of 15-rated violence.
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