21 Bridges

From the opening scene you cop the brunt of what you hope won't be a terrible script. Unfortunately it doesn't get any better. I'm not sure what the film was trying to do or trying to be. I'm really not. It feels like they were trying to make it a little confusing so they could reveal a twist at the end, but they blatantly give it away in the early stages.

It's hard to say if there were any good performances with the dialogue they had to contend with. I think Stephan James (Beale Street, Homecoming (TV)) was decent, but that was about it for me. After recently seeing Sienna Miller deliver an Oscar worthy performance in American Women, this just shows how much a director and some good source material is needed..

There is some nice cinematography and the movie is visually appealing, but that's all I can take out of it.

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Reviewed by Josh

Plot
An embattled NYPD detective, is thrust into a citywide manhunt for a pair of cop killers after uncovering a massive and unexpected conspiracy. As the night unfolds, lines become blurred on who he is pursuing, and who is in pursuit of him.

Run Time:
99m
Tagline:
The only way out is through him
Director:
Brian Kirk
Writer:
Matthew Michael Carnahan, Adam Mervis

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