Blu-ray Review: '22 Bullets'

February 13th, 2014 10:00am EST

Blu-ray Review: '22 Bullets' Ready to check out Reno in mafia mode? Then follow us as we check out the new to Blu-ray flick "22 Bullets" out now from Cinedigm Entertainment. The family gets reviewed below!

Title: "22 Bullets"
Grade: 3
Cast: Jean Reno, Kad Merad, Marina Fois
Director: Richard Berry
Rating: Not Rated
Runtime: 117 minutes
Release Company: Cinedigm Entertainment

The Flick: Kind of a mafia flick meets the vigilante movie, "22 Bullets" is a decent outing. Jean Reno takes on the role of a mafia don who decides to give it up and retire, but gets pulled back in after surviving a hit that leaves him with 22 bullet holes. That’s when the flick gets interesting with Reno going full-blown Leon mode and cleaning house. Good characters, good action, good flick.
Best Feature: The one-stop shop 'Making Of' is a flashy piece that houses everything for your convenience. (Interviews, on-set footage, ect.)
Best Hidden Gem: Liked the sullen cop played by Marina Fois - hot and troubled.
Worth the Moola: Not Reno’s best, but not his worst – worth the rental.

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Photo Credits: Photos Courtesy of Cinedigm Entertainment

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