- Kellan Lutz as Harry Turner
- Bruce Willis as Leonard Turner
- Gina Carano as Victoria
- D. B. Sweeney as Ken Robertson
- Dan Bilzerian as Higgins
- Steve Coulter as Theodore Sitterson
- Christopher Rob Bowen as Nick Purvis
- Nicholas M. Loeb as Vinn
- Summer Altice as Denise
- Lydia Hull as Kris
- Tyler Jon Olson as Darryl
- Richie Chance as John
Tuesday, January 12, 2016
Rated R for violence, language throughout and brief sexual content/nudity
Philippines:R-13 / USA:R
This is not a worthless movie, because I wouldn't be writing about it if I have nothing good to say, but if you are looking for something new, this is not the movie to watch. Everything's been said and done.
Although both beautiful in their own right, Gina Carano and Kellen Lutz don't have good chemistry together. I found their team-up boring and the little black dress was not a bit magical, but it did look good on Carano. Carano is a former mixed martial artist, so her moves were good, but the dialogues between her and Lutz were so lame. Like the little black dress, it wasn't magical at all. It did not even give me cheap thrills.
D.B. Sweeney's role(Uncle Ken) was a bit predictable and for those who have watched THE CUTTING EDGE more than a hundred times like me and followed the lives of Doug and Kate(memes etc.), you would still recognize him.
At the end of the movie I wondered why almost all Kellen Lutz movies had those types of dialogues, but it wasn't all that bad.
It was fairly good.
Bruce Willis, the reason why we watched this in the first place, did not disappoint my dad. He wasn't spectacular, but he was good.
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