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Mechanic: ResurrectionMaster assassin Arthur Bishop (Jason Statham) must save the woman (Jessica Alba) he loves from deadly kidnappers who force him to travel the globe to complete three impossible assassinations, and do what he does best, make them look like accidents.
Actors of "Mechanic: Resurrection"
Characters of "Mechanic: Resurrection"
Directors of "Mechanic: Resurrection"Dennis GanselBirthdate: 4 October 1973, Hanover, Lower Saxony, West Germany
Creators of "Mechanic: Resurrection"Philip ShelbyTony Mosher
Critic Reviews of "Mechanic: Resurrection"Chicago ReaderSeptember 01, 2016
Digital photography, with its limited ability to capture rapid movement, renders the close combat choppy and disorienting, and none of the kills is especially memorable.New York TimesAugust 26, 2016
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.Entertainment WeeklyAugust 26, 2016
I was really looking forward to Mechanic: Resurrection. Shame on me.New York Daily NewsAugust 26, 2016
There's some pleasant globe-trotting - Brazil to Thailand to Australia to Bulgaria - and a lot of over-the-top fights. But don't be surprised if after a few rounds, you find yourself wishing for the bell.TheWrapAugust 26, 2016
This sequel carries forward only two ideas: that gimmick-y "assassinations that look like accidents" are a valid substitute for story, and that Jason Statham can carry an action movie even when it is propped up on such wobbly legs.Los Angeles TimesAugust 26, 2016
When it comes out on home video, fast-forward to the stunts. You won't miss a thing.SwaggerMarch 03, 2017
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]Blog de cineOctober 05, 2016
'Mechanic: Resurrection' is a narrative loop, with (supposedly) spectacular scenes that run out of fun from the beginning. [Full review in Spanish]Cinemanía (Spain)October 05, 2016
Bishop's sudden rebellion trying to short-circuit the progression of the argument through kicks and punches, and final boss Tommy Lee Jones are the two gems of this film.Vue Weekly (Edmonton, Canada)September 30, 2016
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.ClarínSeptember 29, 2016
A film where Jason Statham demonstrates once again that he has what it takes to be a modern action hero: few words and lots of action.. [Full review in Spanish]
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