Ava

critic Reviews

, 22% Rotten Tomatometer Score
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    Guy LodgeVariety
    Matthew Newton's skimpy, dial-a-cliché script makes the whole enterprise feel more like a mid-range series pilot than a major star vehicle.
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    Boyd van HoeijHollywood Reporter
    Chastain is utterly convincing in another tough-as-nails role. If audiences stick with the movie, it's largely thanks to her movie-star charisma, which almost compensates for the increasingly ridiculous plot.
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    Matt ConwayBattle Royale With Cheese
    Despite bolstering an acclaimed cast and worthwhile aspirations, Ava mostly operates as a bewildering misfire.
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    Jeanmarie TanThe New Paper (Singapore)
    [Ava] falls back on too many familiar genre cliches to truly set itself apart.
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    Victoria AlexanderFilm Festival Today
    The best three fight scenes and Chastain has the intelligence to pull off the cunning skill of a successful assassin.
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    David NusairReel Film Reviews
    Ava's somewhat watchable atmosphere is due entirely to its compelling action sequences and strong supporting performances...
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    Rachel WestThat Shelf
    Adding nothing to the assassin-thriller genre, Ava is a movie that cant rise above its dull script no matter how seriously it takes itself.
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    Jonathon WilsonReady Steady Cut
    Were Ava just a generic action thriller it'd be difficult to recommend thanks to its litany of clichés, tortuously dull plot, and stale action which sometimes reaches a "Liam Neeson climbing a fence in Taken 3" level of editing by Zach Staenberg.
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    Andrew ParkerThe Gate
    Ava is one of the most generic action films in recent memory, ripping off countless better assassin thrillers wholesale and giving nothing back in return.
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