Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation | Release Date: January 18, 2013
5.5
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Mixed or average reviews based on 93 Ratings
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OroiaelJan 25, 2013
I guess Hollywood thinks we'll watch any old piece of trash it throws up on the screen. They got my money. Congrats. Movie is devoid of original thinking and most of the acting is stale. The screenplay was as artfully written as furnitureI guess Hollywood thinks we'll watch any old piece of trash it throws up on the screen. They got my money. Congrats. Movie is devoid of original thinking and most of the acting is stale. The screenplay was as artfully written as furniture assembly instructions. I seriously question the critical thinking skills of anyone who thought this was a good movie.By the way, Zeta-Jones isn't hot anymore and since she never could act I was hoping to see her fade away. No such luck though. Expand
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vdiaz9Jan 23, 2013
A contrived crime drama that feels like it was written by a first time screenwriter during a screenwriting 101 class. Expect the big name actors in this picture to make it a sure-fire hit on Redbox.
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BairdoNov 18, 2013
Wow. One can picture the director turning to the producer and asking "Should we go with cheese or cliche for this scene?" and the answer invariably being "Both". The blackmail part was the only authentic scene in the whole Turd I'm guessingWow. One can picture the director turning to the producer and asking "Should we go with cheese or cliche for this scene?" and the answer invariably being "Both". The blackmail part was the only authentic scene in the whole Turd I'm guessing because they had to extort these actors to get them to buy into this mess. There must have been a "I will never have to watch this piece of garbage" clause in their contracts....Actually, Wahlberg has probably seen it a few times. Collapse
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cameronmorewoodJul 25, 2013
Allen Hughes' intellectually vacant Broken City feels about as fake and pretentious as Russell Crowe's Kardashian-like spray tan and obnoxious blonde wig.
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WhySoSerious54Jun 19, 2013
Predictable and strangly poorly acted as well. I expected a lot more from these two. Maybe an aspect of a terrible script, screenplay, direction, I can go on and on.
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PaulystanMar 3, 2016
The only good thing about this film was the character played by Mark Wahlberg. The rest tries so hard to be deep and mysterious but is quite the opposite. Its thin and poorly tied together. The acting is mostly very poor, especially by theThe only good thing about this film was the character played by Mark Wahlberg. The rest tries so hard to be deep and mysterious but is quite the opposite. Its thin and poorly tied together. The acting is mostly very poor, especially by the stars and it seems to be more of feature length advert for pro liberal agenda. Kinda weird really. Expand
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