3 Days to Kill
Action • PG-13 • 2014 • 1 hr 53 min
I’ve come to appreciate Costner as an actor since I watched this. However, it’s such a terrible film, I don’t feel reevaluation is needed.
The action sequences are boring and the jokes it tries never really work. Costner is fine here but isn’t given much to work with.
decent movie, not engaging though. i wanted to turn it off within the first ten minutes but i didnt. hailee is great in this. wont rewatch.
On paper it’s a decent enough idea and the trailer had some promise, but it’s really a swing and a miss. Poorly executed generic action.
Fine movie! Nothing great but if you’re bored, it’s a fine action movie!
The movie is pretty good, story was interesting, keeps your focus. I thought the acting was terrific except Amber Heard is TERRIBLE!
Good action flick. I don't like amber heard at all so it's not something I'd ever revisit. Worth watching at least once.
I mean, it’s a typical story. But Costner makes it interesting
3 Days to Badass. Good story and acting, the ending falls off a bit
Regular cookie-cutter action flick from Luc Besson. Thin on plot, but he knows how to create fluid action. It’s a fun ride.
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