Hill works his usual magic on the big confrontations - the punches hit so hard that the sound of ax handles clacking isn't much blunter. Full review.
Fun in parts, and Stallone’s always watchable, but it’s an ’80s tribute movie that coasts along on rapidly diminishing goodwill. Beige Heat, if you will. Full review.
A wilfully old-fashioned, oddly soothing sprawl of cool cars, heavy weaponry, chain-link fences and cackling crooks. Full review.
Hard-hitting exercise in beefy, brainless fun. Full review.
An adrenaline shot to your movie memory if the blunt, gleefully dumb, no-nonsense ways of '80s-style action flicks are your nostalgia drug of choice. Full review.
No one here seems to notice that there's not much going on, including Mr. Stallone, which somehow makes it easier to watch. Full review.
The pic's chief pleasure lies in its store of funny lines, which Stallone tosses off with genuine brio. Full review.