Vanquish Reviews

  • Vanquish
    • Genre : Drama,Action,Thriller
    • Release Date :
    • MPAA Rating : R
    • Duration : 96 minute(s)
    • Production Budget : -
    • Studio : Lionsgate
    • Official Site :
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Movie Reviews

  • this is one of those films that fools you; "Vanquish" is one of the laziest, most unsatisfying action pictures of recent years
    1 of 4 by Mike McGranaghan [Aisle Seat ]
  • Ruby Rose tries to carry this crime thriller with steely resolve, but the script's many plot holes make it impossible to hold together; George Gallo's crime thriller makes very little sense and gives its two gifted stars nothing to do
    0.5 of 5 by Todd Gilchrist [What to Watch ]
  • replete with atrocious visual effects and sound design, "Vanquish" emerges as a ghost of an exciting action thriller with a tired, deadpan storyline
    1.5 of 5 by Debopriyaa Dutta [ScreenRant ]
  • one of those films whose very professional polish in all departments further drains the whole of any fun; Vanquish isn't bad so much as inert - nothing here is convincing, tense, kinetic, outrageous, or silly enough to give the movie even fleeting life
    by Dennis Harvey [Variety ]
  • George Gallo proves no more effective as a director, staging the action sequences in the sort of uninvolving, overly frenetic fashion that seems all the more glaring after the masterful examples recently seen in "Nobody" and the "John Wick" films
    by Frank Scheck [The Hollywood Reporter ]
  • a film that has as many jump cuts, strobe lights, and canned techno music as George Gallo's trashy action flick “Vanquish” should be immediately outlawed
    Review rate : F by Nate Adams [The Only Critic ]
  • "Vanquish" is absolutely nothing; The feature is a complete bore, marching from one dim-witted scene to the next, almost coming across as an attempt from George Gallo to win a wager for the world's most inert movie
    Review rate : F by Brian Orndorf [ ]
  • "Vanquish" already lacks energy considering the action sequences are downright boring and drag on for too long, but the cast here is robotic in their delivery; It's not just bad, it's a sad excuse for a movie
    1 of 5 by Robert Kojder [Flickering Myth ]

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