First Kill (2017)


“Safety, safety, safety.” – Will

Number of Times Seen – 1 (29 Aug 2017)

Brief Synopsis – A businessman takes his family on a hunting trip where they come across a gang of bank robbers.

My Take on it – This is a film that I knew going in wasn’t gonna be so great but the opportunity to watch a film with both John McClane and Anakin Skywalker was so appealing to me.

The premise itself is quite typical and a paint by numbers thriller.

There really aren’t any surprises here and even the attempts at shocking us can be seen a mile away.

It was nice to see that Christianson still is able to act and lets hope that this film, eventhough it is average at best will be able re-spark his career.

Bottom Line – The premise here isn’t so great, but I hoped that a movie with John McClane and Anakin Skywalker would have been fun to watch. There is too much in this film that is extremely predictable and any of the surprises really don’t shock.  Christianson actually does a fine job here and I’m glad to see a re-spark of his career but this film is at best an average thriller.

MovieRob’s Favorite Trivia – The whole movie took only 13 days of filming. (From IMDB)

Rating – BAFTA Worthy

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