Boss Level Reviews

  • Boss Level
    • Genre : Action,Thriller,Sci-Fi
    • Release Date :
    • MPAA Rating : -
    • Duration : 100 minute(s)
    • Production Budget : -
    • Studio : Hulu
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Movie Reviews

  • Joe Carnahan's film is almost a satire of how action heroes (and audiences) see the same thrills over and over; Putting "Groundhog Day" on action steroids, the film has a patina of cleverness that's pleasing enough, but you've seen it before
    by Owen Gleiberman [Variety ]
  • it's written with obvious fondness for time-loop adventures, action movies and video games; the humor is generally easy to enjoy; "Boss Level" takes a well-worn gag and injects energy, showing the genre is still a game worth playing
    by Gary Goldstein [Los Angeles Times ]
  • it's skillfully directed nonsense; It's nothing groundbreaking, just good-humored bloody action directed at a frenetic pace, clocking in at about an hour and a half. Sometimes you need a little bit of fun, and "Boss Level" delivers
    3 of 4 by G. Allen Johnson [San Francisco Chronicle ]
  • in this Hulu's entertaining time loop thriller.. we get fine work from supporting players Ken Jeong, Michelle Yeoh and Will Sasso.. Mostly, though, this is Grillo's film to carry, and he pulls it off with a combination of brute force and light charm
    3 of 4 by Richard Roeper [Chicago Sun-Times ]
  • falling rather low on the wit spectrum for this genre but high in terms of action, Joe Carnahan's "Boss Level" plays up the ways these movies resemble video games.. This is all passably satisfying
    by John DeFore [The Hollywood Reporter ]
  • as the umpteenth time loop movie we've seen of late, "Boss Level" never offers a convincing enough argument for the gimmick to be leaned on yet again, a mishmash of better movies blended into something a little bland
    2 of 5 by Benjamin Lee [The Guardian ]
  • a fun time-loop actioner that pulls its punches ever so slightly; Frank Grillo gives "Boss Level" the thing most videogame movie riffs lack: a pulse
    Review rate : B by Christian Blauvelt [IndieWire ]

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