Mile 22

Mile 22

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Mile 22

Mark Wahlberg rejoins his Patriots Day director Peter Berg in this action thriller co-starring Indonesian action star Iko Uwais (Headshot).

A CIA field officer (Wahlberg) and an Indonesian police officer (Uwais) are forced to work together in confronting political corruption. An informant must be moved twenty-two miles to safety.

2018Rating: R16, Graphic violence & offensive language90 minsUSA
ActionThriller
71%
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Reviews & comments

Flicks, Daniel Rutledge

Flicks, Daniel Rutledge

flicks

Peter Berg's enthusiastic embrace of being Michael Bay-lite continues full steam ahead. Here, he's taken a fantastic plot set-up for an action flick, a few brilliant players, a hard R rating and squandered it all on a frustrating mess of a film.

2.0
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Flicks, Sarah Ward

Flicks, Sarah Ward

flicks

Seven years after The Raid confirmed Iko Uwais as an action force to be reckoned with, the Indonesian talent should be a huge star. The 2014 sequel to his breakout hit might’ve solidified his on-screen credentials, but elsewhere he has been sorely squandered – in a small part in the Keanu Reeves-written and directed Man of Tai Chi, in a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it appearance in Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens and in sci-fi sequel Beyond Skyline.

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Variety

Variety

press

It's a spiky propulsive thriller, at once exciting and numbing, packed with weaponry - rocket launchers and chunky black machine guns - as well as hand-to-hand combat that's marked by its quick-time viciousness.

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Time Out

Time Out

press

The two times Uwais is allowed to bust out his fighting moves, the scenes are Cuisinarted into incomprehensible shreds, and the point becomes not the precision and virtuosity of his skills, but the broken bones and spurting gore that end each mano-a-mano.

1.0
0
The New York Times

The New York Times

press

"Mile 22" makes for an appalling referendum on the state of commercial cinema in 2018.

0
Stuff

Stuff

press

Mile 22 is an over-stated and predictable film. But as a showcase for some serviceable camerawork, bravura editing and occasionally brilliantly inventive fight choreography, it ticks the boxes. Bravo.

0
Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

press

Mile 22 can give you chase scenes and bullet-ridden shoot-outs and evil Russians and lengthy diatribes. What it can't give you is a watchable action movie.

2.0
0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

There's not an ounce of flab here, nothing inessential to the urgent goal of getting the key characters where they're going before the clock expires.

0
FilmInk

FilmInk

press

...wince-inducing in the extreme...

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Collider

Collider

press

A deeply nihilistic and grotesque experience.

0
Flicks, Daniel Rutledge

Flicks, Daniel Rutledge

flicks

Peter Berg's enthusiastic embrace of being Michael Bay-lite continues full steam ahead. Here, he's taken a fantastic plot set-up for an action flick, a few brilliant players, a hard R rating and squandered it all on a frustrating mess of a film.

2.0
0
Flicks, Sarah Ward

Flicks, Sarah Ward

flicks

Seven years after The Raid confirmed Iko Uwais as an action force to be reckoned with, the Indonesian talent should be a huge star. The 2014 sequel to his breakout hit might’ve solidified his on-screen credentials, but elsewhere he has been sorely squandered – in a small part in the Keanu Reeves-written and directed Man of Tai Chi, in a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it appearance in Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens and in sci-fi sequel Beyond Skyline.

0
Variety

Variety

press

It's a spiky propulsive thriller, at once exciting and numbing, packed with weaponry - rocket launchers and chunky black machine guns - as well as hand-to-hand combat that's marked by its quick-time viciousness.

0
Time Out

Time Out

press

The two times Uwais is allowed to bust out his fighting moves, the scenes are Cuisinarted into incomprehensible shreds, and the point becomes not the precision and virtuosity of his skills, but the broken bones and spurting gore that end each mano-a-mano.

1.0
0
The New York Times

The New York Times

press

"Mile 22" makes for an appalling referendum on the state of commercial cinema in 2018.

0
Stuff

Stuff

press

Mile 22 is an over-stated and predictable film. But as a showcase for some serviceable camerawork, bravura editing and occasionally brilliantly inventive fight choreography, it ticks the boxes. Bravo.

0
Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

press

Mile 22 can give you chase scenes and bullet-ridden shoot-outs and evil Russians and lengthy diatribes. What it can't give you is a watchable action movie.

2.0
0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

There's not an ounce of flab here, nothing inessential to the urgent goal of getting the key characters where they're going before the clock expires.

0
FilmInk

FilmInk

press

...wince-inducing in the extreme...

0
Collider

Collider

press

A deeply nihilistic and grotesque experience.

0

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