Outlaw (2007)

London: present day. In lawless streets the guilty are left unhindered to go about their business. Returning from a tour of duty in Iraq, former paratrooper Bryant is appalled by what he sees in a country he no longer recognizes. Determined… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: December 14, 2007
DVD Release Date: March 11, 2008
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Critic Score: 21% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
David Wiegand
San Francisco Chronicle

Give me a bit of the old ultraviolence any day. Just make me care about it.

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Ben Walters
Time Out

What were the capable cast thinking?

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Urban Cinefile Critics
Urban Cinefile

Racho-macho vigilante action with a cockney accent, Outlaw is made to seem more important than it really is by the presence of Sean Bean and Bob Hoskins in key roles

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Derek Elley

Both the pic's power and its problems stem from Love deliberately taking no moral position nor offering any solutions; he gives his audience what it wants at a gut level and doesn't wimp out at the end.

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David Cornelius

An angry, rough, and flat-out boring revenge flick.

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Johnny Vaughan
The Sun (UK)

Strong language and bone-crunching tear-ups won't appeal to the faint-hearted - but for fans of in-your-face action, this is the business.

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Hollywood Reporter

The actors are all too good for this kind of stuff, but they do the business, while Sam McCurdy's sharp cinematography and Stuart Gazzard's slick editing keep it all moving swiftly.

Christian Toto
Washington Times

Outlaw commits an unforgivable offense. It makes the vigilante genre boring.

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Neil Smith

Leaves you wondering what it wants to say and whom it's supposed to be aimed at.

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Flixster Audience Score: 52% Flixster User Reviews
Phil Hubbs
British film that basically brings to light what state the country is in these days, how law abiding citizens seem to be let down or failed by the system whilst… More
Dean King
This is a very good film, quite violent and gritty with a strong cast. Fed up with the soft treatment of criminals and thugs in England, a group forms to… More
Bruce Bruce
Excellent Film with Sean Bean making the most of his tough guy image. Sean Harris also adds well as the semi psycho whose ending is interesting. A international… More
Steve K
Good acting and intentions are undermined by thin plotting and a senseless resolution that has nothing to say.
Wahida K
Self Justice or vengeance( if you prefer) ended up in Disaster. Great acting, but the plot could have been a tiny bit better. I have to say Sean Bean was… More
Lady D'arbanville
A great gritty British vengeance film, where vigilantes take a stand against the bullies in society. Just when I thought Sean Bean was past his prime, he… More