Bloodshot

critic Reviews

29% Rotten Tomatometer Score29%
  • Bloodshot gives Vin Diesel a solid opportunity to indulge in old-school action that should satisfy fans, even if the end result is disappointingly mediocre.
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    Kate ErblandindieWire
    It's too bad that "Bloodshot" doesn't seem up to the task of fully skewering its genre and finding something new in the process, instead relying on resurrecting the dead for another bout of briefly diverting entertainment.
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    Kevin MaherTimes (UK)
    Bloodshot just isn't worth the effort.
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    Adam GrahamDetroit News
    It's Diesel-powered dumb fun.
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    Brian LowryCNN.com
    While Bloodshot modestly delivers on the most rudimentary level, there's barely enough juice in that nanotechnology to bring such a paper-thin construct to life once, much less again.
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    Richard RoeperChicago Sun-Times
    By the time our man/machine finds himself in the time-honored pickle of dangling by one hand from a ledge 50 stories above the ground, Bloodshot has already given us an action movie hangover.
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    Michael GingoldTime Out
    Vin Diesel is dependable, if not especially challenged by a film that has most fun in the margins.
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    Joshua RiveraThe Verge
    As an action movie, Bloodshot is the worst kind of uninspiring: not bad enough to circle back around toward fun, not good enough at action to be even momentarily impressed by a fight scene.
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    Rich ClineShadows on the Wall
    The gyrations of the story are fun to follow, even if it's impossible to care.
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    MaryAnn JohansonFlick Filosopher
    Incoherent action sequences and strained sci-fi woo-woo can't save a clueless mashup of Robocop, The Matrix, and Captain America that makes a mockery of its protagonist. Deeply terrible.
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    Sean CollierPittsburgh Magazine
    The result is nearly equally balanced between bad and good - the kind of movie worth watching if you're curious (or, say, if you're stuck at home for an extended period).
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