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Plot: After he and his wife are murdered, marine Ray Garrison is resurrected by a team of scientists. Enhanced with nanotechnology, he becomes a superhuman, biotech killing machine—’Bloodshot’. As Ray first trains with fellow super-soldiers, he cannot recall anything from his former life. But when his memories flood back and he remembers the man that killed both him and his wife, he breaks out of the facility to get revenge, only to discover that there’s more to the conspiracy than he thought.
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First of all, no. I’ve never read the comic book, so I didn’t know a single thing about the superhero Bloodshot going in. What I did know was that Jeff Wadlow was in command of the screenplay, and we all know how extremely horrible his latest movies are (Truth or Dare, Fantasy Island). Add Vin Diesel as the protagonist and a first-time director (David S. F. Wilson), it’s impossible to have high expectations for such a film, no matter how good the source material is. Maybe it could surprise me and end up being a reasonably decent flick…
It didn’t. Bloodshot is even worse than I expected. I genuinely thought that the action would be the movie’s savior. I didn’t watch any trailers, as usual, but I did see an image here and there of that red smoke, as well as a couple of glances at the regenerating CGI. Honestly, it’s the most disappointing aspect of the whole film. Simply because it’s the only thing I was expecting to be decent, at least. The “final battle” has some of the worst CGI of the century, and it goes on for way too long. There’s an abundance of shaky-cam, the editing is truly awful at times, a lot of action sequences are barely understandable, and even the slow-motion is overused.
However, the reason why the movie ultimately fails is, once again, due to Wadlow’s screenplay (which he co-wrote with Eric Heisserer, but Wadlow is the main one). As always, his narrative is a total mess. Confusing, lacks creativity, raises tons of logical questions, and the real past of Ray Garrison is empty of any explanation. The ending is not only predictable and formulaic, but it also generates even more questions, leaving the viewer frustrated with so many unanswered plot points. David Leitch and Chad Stahelski (both have Deadpool and John Wick in their filmography) left the project right after being hired as the directors… I wonder why?!
The first minutes are probably the best of the entire runtime. I mean, excluding a not-sexy-at-all scene featuring Vin Diesel and Talulah Riley (Gina Garrison). That was cringe-worthy. Nevertheless, the story’s concept is really captivating, to say the least (or the comic book wouldn’t have its remarkable success). It’s one of those action flicks that could easily turn into a successful franchise if the people involved in the project are more talented. With this, I transition to another of my main issues: Vin Diesel.
Very rarely, I negatively criticize an actor’s performance. I admit that I’m easily pleased by any cast. If you ask me “what’s an actor/actress you don’t like?”, I would probably be stuck for an answer. Diesel’s display is so emotionless that even someone like me can be affected by it. Besides being a rock throughout the whole film, Diesel has this weird habit of TALKING VERY LOUD AND CLEAR, only to instantly lower his volume so much that he’s almost whispering. He does this consecutively and repeatedly in almost every dialogue.
There’s no care for developing a single character, not even the protagonist. Everyone is just a stereotype of some secondary action character: the funny IT guy, the hot girl who develops feelings for the hero, the male teammate who gets jealous that his alpha territory gets invaded, and the “motivation-less bad guy who’s made look like a good guy in the beginning, but we all know who he truly is”… Literally, the two most talented actors (Toby Kebbell and Talulah Riley) are the ones with the least amount of screentime.
In the end, Bloodshot is even worse than I expected. The messy, formulaic, and logically questionable screenplay by Jeff Wadlow and Eric Heisserer is the worst aspect of the movie, but the action is undoubtedly the most disappointing one. The “final fight” is one of the worst CGI sequences of the century, and the action throughout the runtime is filled with an uncontrollable shaky-cam, an excess of slow-motion, and some poor editing, making most of these scenes incredibly hard to follow. Vin Diesel delivers as much emotion as a rock, and while the rest of the cast is fine, the characters follow every single stereotype ever written for an action flick. It also doesn’t help to put a first-time director in charge of the whole thing, but David S. F. Wilson is far from being the one to blame. Occasionally good action moments and a great concept just barely keep the film breathing. It’s one of the worst movies of the year.
Good watch, probably won’t watch again, but can recommend.
I had to watch this twice just to make sure I followed it correctly. I was pretty tired the first time, and there is a lot of alternating between whispering / hushed tones and loud gunfire.
This movie does a lot of good visual action and effects, some stuff I don’t think I’ve ever seen on screen before, it’s well cast and the production value is through the roof, but I can’t say that it’s all that good a story.
It’s definitely an interesting story, but the movie seeming radically torn between being a promotion of technological power and fear mongering, and the fear mongering bit always irks me because it gets in the way of real progress because someone want to tell a story one way versus another.
The majority of the movie you can see in other movies like any of the movies with Wolverine, “Extraction” (2020), but there are some special bits that make it stand out. I just don’t feel like I care about the action that is happening. When you see someone explode a watermelon, yeah it’s cool, but why are you doing it, why are you taking 2 hours to do it?
This is a good one-shot, just put it in the queue for when you want to see an action flick.
Eliza González Was A Joy
I just got out of Bloodshot
I didn’t like it, but I wouldn’t say I hated it. It is a very silly film that is seemingly aware (At least I hope it is) of how silly it is. It’s pretty tame violence and blood wise, it’s pretty much all in the trailers which is disappointing.
It’s full of cliche’s, it’s action is routine and the effects whilst not bad, are not mind blowing either, there isn’t much humour, but I have to say it is hard to hate a film that includes a dick joke which takes 20 minutes to pay off.
Of the cast Vin Diesel is a bit bland and Guy Pierce is hamming it up but Eliza González was joy as KT
It features two things I hate in movies, people eating noisily (when they’d never really eat at that moment) and when you see the back of someone’s head (Vin Diesel for example) whilst he is talking, but what you can see of the side of his face, clearly does not match what he is saying.
There were 16 other people in my screening. They were mostly 20 or younger and spent a lot of time on their phones. Someone was even checking Facebook during a chase scene.
Most of the time when my opinion does not jibe with the majority I am confident in my assessment. With this one I am not so sure for some reason. That being said I think it is ridiculously overrated. I just really did not find it to be anything special. I thought the movie shoplifters was infinitely better.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 49 min (109 min)
Genre Action, Drama, Sci-Fi
Director Dave Wilson
Writer Jeff Wadlow (screenplay), Eric Heisserer (screenplay), Jeff Wadlow (story), Kevin VanHook (Valiant comic book), Don Perlin (Valiant comic book), Bob Layton (Valiant comic book)
Actors Vin Diesel, Eiza González, Sam Heughan, Toby Kebbell
Awards 1 win & 4 nominations.
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Digital, Dolby Atmos
Aspect Ratio 2.39 : 1
Camera Panavision Millenium DXL2, Panavision T-Series Lenses, Red Monstro, Panavision T-Series Lenses
Laboratory Company 3, Los Angeles (CA), USA (digital intermediate)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Redcode RAW (7K)
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (4K) (master format), Panavision (anamorphic) (source format)
Printed Film Format D-Cinema