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Welcome To The PunchThis is a thrilling action film orbiting the chase between a criminal and a detective. A sinned man, Stern Wood is forced to come back London when his son is involved in a theft. This helps detective Max Lewinsky have a chance to capture him after years of unsuccessful pursuit. The moment they face each other is also the time they discover the deeper conspiracy. They start to work together to expose the conspiracy the high class level.Keywords:
Actors of "Welcome To The Punch"
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Directors of "Welcome To The Punch"Eran CreevyBirthdate: 1976, London, England, UK
Creators of "Welcome To The Punch"Eran CreevyBirthdate: 1976, London, England, UK
Critic Reviews of "Welcome To The Punch"Los Angeles TimesMarch 29, 2013
"Welcome to the Punch" is derivative, dumb fun.New York PostMarch 29, 2013
One straight-faced gunfight after another, signifying nothing.Hollywood ReporterMarch 28, 2013
Despite its visual polish and fine ensemble, this British police drama is strictly by-the-numbers.AV ClubMarch 28, 2013
It becomes something of a disquisition on mortality in spite of itself.New York ObserverMarch 27, 2013
Empty, pointless and stupid, the barrage of gunfire called Welcome to the Punch is another unappealing entry in the overworked British gangster genre.New York TimesMarch 26, 2013
Part of the pleasure of watching a movie like "Welcome to the Punch" is peeling away the multiple layers of inspiration, isolating the allusions and figuring out if they're what works or whether the movie earns a little credit.Film School RejectsAugust 11, 2014
Welcome to the Punch is a crowd-pleaser with a minimalistic attitude.Film RacketJuly 26, 2013
While it remains mildly entertaining throughout, Welcome to the Punch lacks the snap, crackle, and pop of other contemporary examples of the genreFan The FireJune 12, 2013
Welcome To The Punch should feel a little grander, like it's on a bigger scale to match the wide-ranging plot.Common Sense MediaMay 03, 2013
What really registers in WELCOME TO THE PUNCH is the chase scenes and the high intensity with which it all plays out.Blu-ray.comApril 19, 2013
Thankfully, a cast of solid U.K. actors pick up the slack, bringing intensity and behavioral nuance to an otherwise airy actioner that feels severely pared down from its original intent.RedEyeApril 11, 2013
When Max finally gets a chance to ask Jacob why the killer didn't kill him when he had the chance, the answer's as unsatisfying as the movie.
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