The Book of Eli
Action • R • 2010 • 1 hr 58 min
Denzel is great I like the twist on the book 👍 at the end. Is a good watch a little slow at the beginning but enough to keep you interested
A couple of small logical issues, but nothing that really took away from the main story. Well done, with a good twist near the end.
Mad max through a biblical point of view
The meaning underneath this adventurous story is what I enjoyed the most
If you like end of the world stuff this one might be your Jam. It’s high on my list of best apocalyptic films.
Filled with violence, gore, and a suprising twist which will get you wondering.
Good post-apocalyptic action thriller with fantastic imagery and stylization, great action scenes
Unique and exciting. I’ve yet to find anything quite like it
Surprisingly good action and very well shot. Gary Oldman plays a superb villain
It’s very confusing. When you get past that the movie is a great post apocalyptic movie with some great action scenes.
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