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Dr. Paul Kersey (Bruce Willis) is a surgeon who only sees the aftermath of his city's violence as it's rushed into his ER -until his wife (Elisabeth Shue) and college-age daughter (Camila Morrone) are viciously attacked in their suburban home. With the police overloaded with crimes, Paul, burning for revenge, hunts for his family's assailants to deliver justice. As the anonymous slayings of criminals grabs the media's attention, the city wonders if this deadly avenger is a guardian angel...or a grim reaper. Fury and fate collide in the intense action-thriller Death Wish.

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Death Wish (2018) download

Death Wish (2018) download

Death Wish (2018) download

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Jaime Gonzales 4 months ago

My kids made me go see this movie, and after watching it I was glad they did. The story different enough to make this one seem very "now", so comparing this movie to the 1974 original is really not fair to either movie. Bruce Willis is good, Elisabeth Shue is good, the detectives are good. The movie doesn't run long, is paced well and I liked the action. Movies are supposed to entertain and this one is entertaining.I remember seeing the original Death Wish in a drive-in. It was good, too. I hope they do a sequel for this one.

soundoflight 4 months ago

Do you remember when movies were made just to be movies, and not to push political agendas? Do you remember when movies where meant to be fun, and not lessons? Do you remember when action movies had a semblance of depth and were not just reliant on CGI?I do. And so do the makers of Death Wish. Death Wish is a throwback to the good old days, the days of movies like Die Hard - just good solid action movies that took the time to build character and create interesting stories. Death WIsh is not 2 hours of people getting their head blown off (though there are heads blown off, don't worry). I was actually a bit afraid it might be, and was pleasantly surprised at how patient the film is, how it slowly builds its story to what I found to be a gripping conclusion. Death Wish is not really that inventive, but it seems inventive compared to what we've been getting from Hollywood lately. It's rare when you call something both a throwback and refreshing, but that's how I would describe Death Wish.So in conclusion, if you are you're an average movie goer who wants nothing more than to see Avengers movies again, and again, and again, and who wants some trendy political message crammed down your throat while doing it, then you may not like Death Wish. Or if you are a paid film critic (which today means a paid social justice critic), you will also probably not like Death Wish as it has very little in the way of trendy social lessons on offer. It's just a good movie.

D Rahul Raj Jsd 4 months ago

It's 12.30am over here in Malaysia, and yesterday was the premiere of Eli Roth's "Death Wish Movie," starring the legendary Bruce Willis. Now, firstly, I have not seen the original, but as a big fan of Eli Roth's horror movies, I had to watch it and I have to say, it's very well executed by Master of Horror, Eli Roth. It's a violent revenge action movie. It's no ordinary direct-to-video movie or overrated Hollywood movie. Most importantly, it's a movie that finally stars Bruce Willis as the main man, bringing back the action in the old school way. It also stars great actors such as Vincent D'Onofrio and Elisabeth Shue. It's definitely awesome to see a Hollywood legend kicking ass, the old school way, on the big screen. It's all thanks to Eli Roth, and God bless him for bringing back Bruce Willis.

johnjsomers 4 months ago

I am not an expert reviewer but after seeing all the 10/10 reviews, which I can only assume, are by millennials who are used to watching YouTube clips, I just had to write something to kind of give balance to the nonsense. I have read comments about the "depth" and "charter (I assume they were trying for character) development" There is NONE! Also phrases such as "It's a throwback to the 80s" obviously from someone who wasn't born in the 80s! This is total rubbish played out by Willis who knows (oh he knows) that his days of being The action hero are long gone. I'm not one of those "Well I really love Eli Roth" people. Neither am I a wing (left or right) or part of some anti gun group, before I'm judged to be, just someone who is a bit discerning when it comes to what I will spend 1 hour and 45 minutes watching. If a movie is good, then it's good. If a movie is a big steamy pile, then it's not! This is the latter! In the first 6 minutes there is a character at the daughters football (soccer) game, who looks like someone from a hidden camera gameshow, who is blatantly trying to get a reaction, First you see him standing there fidgeting, looking all around and then he starts with the obscenities and the threats. Straight from there to a restaurant for celebratory meal with daughter and guess what? Yep, the dodgy valet! Skip to where the Wife is dead in hospital and the scene is acted as though a bike had been stolen from his front driveway, absolutely no real anger, grief, nothing! It goes on from one stupid scene to the next. Seriously this generation of movie makers lack imagination when it comes to making original movies and instead seem intent on re making everything that was good in the day so they can make money from people who cannot tell good from bad.

neilmalcom 4 months ago

One only has to notice the difference between the critics ratings and user ratings to see there is a definite agenda to trash this movie as part of this sudden anti gun agenda in Hollywood. I'm often the first to ignore a movie based on poor critic ratings but am glad I looked past them to go see this. This movie is exactly what we all thought it would be: revenge based action flick with some wit scattered throughout. Bruce Willis nailed the lead role and Dean Norris was perfect as the detective trying to figure out just who this vigilante was. I'll address some of the critic complaints pertaining to this movie, specifically and abundance of unneeded gore and endless media hyping of the vigilante. First, there was only two brief scenes that I recall where the blood and guts were perhaps a bit much. Even then, very brief. Secondly, while there was some parts of the movie showing radio and TV talking heads debating the vigilante, it was not "endless" as some have described. Overall, Bruce Willis was perfect as a replacement for Charles Bronson and as other reviewers have mentioned likely a far better choice than Sylvester Stallone. I really doubt anyone who wants to be entertained by an action flick would be disappointed with Death Wish.

james-freel 4 months ago

If you ever saw the original Death Wish starring Charles Bronson as the revenge seeking Paul Kersey, you will know exactly what I mean when I describe this as a lazy remake. Bronsons performance exuded pain, anger, simmering vengeance at every turn as he calmly and ruthlessly planned his revenge on the gang who murdered his wife and raped his daughter. The Bruce Willis Paul Kersey however, reacts with as much passion as someone who had mislaid their car keys. He's upset rather than distraught. And that is the main problem throughout this film, the overwhelming feeling of lethargy and indifference towards the plot. Even the cop in charge of the investigation played by Dean Norris is the most laid back uninterested cop ever. When he and his female sidekick eventually realise Willis may be the vigilante, they just can't be persuing it with any vigour. The eureka moment when Willis witnesses his father in law chasing intruders off his land with a few rounds from a shotgun is totally random and bizarre. Seriously, is this how he gets the idea for vengance? Willis in my opinion is badly miscast in the role, bringing the laidback carefree attitude of John McLean from his die hard movies when a more intense driven and troubled character is required. This film is lazy on every level, acting ,direction and screenplay simply going through the motions from beginning to end. It's a real pity because there is some good action in it, just enough to relatively entertain you and hold your interest. Sadly it could have and should have been so much better than it was. Ultimately you leave this film feeling short changed, it simply didn't deliver all that it promised. If you want to watch Death Wish I recommend the original.

a_chinn 4 months ago

I really wanted to love this film and had a lot of goodwill going into it despite it's bad reviews. I love a good revenge film. I love director Eli Roth. I love screenwriter Joe Carnahan. I love the original Charles Bronson "Death Wish" film. I love Bruce Willis in anything, but especially in action roles. This story is violent, politically charged, from a director who popularized torture porn, and based on a film that was reviled upon it's original release, so I was willing to write off mainstream critics who routinely trash these sorts of genre films. However, despite that excellent pedigree, this film disappoints. This remake does change a fair number of things from the original film, but that's not where this film goes wrong. Changes include Willis being a doctor instead of an architect, New York has become Chicago, and most significantly a media buzz story element was added. The main plot remains the same though, with Willis playing a pacifist who's driven to violence following a vicious attack on his wife and daughter during a home invasion, seeking vigilante justice on those responsible. Where this film goes wrong is that it plays it way too safe. Starting with the home invasion scene, I remember being far more disturbed by Michael Winner's version than Roth's version here, which surprised me since Roth is the same person who made audiences infamously squirm with "Hostel" and "Hostel II" and in this film seems to go out of his way to play it safe. More notably the film plays it safe when it comes to the politics of the story and seems nowhere as incendiary as the original film in regards to the politics of guns, justice, and vigilantism, which seems ripe in today's political and cultural climate. The original film was a classic because it was so vicious and was so incendiary. Brian Garfield, the author of the book "Death Wish" was based on, so reviled the politics of the Charles Bronson film version, he wrote a sequel "Death Sentence" as a sort of rebuttal to the Michael Winner film. What we get in the Eli Roth remake is a movie that doesn't want to offend and wants to be a crowd pleasing action film, which is not what made the original "Death Wish" a classic. It also doesn't help that Willis seems to sleepwalk through the film (which he seems to do too much of late), which is disappointing because this is a part that would have given him ample opportunities to display anguish or some kind of internal conflict over his actions, making for a great opportunity to show off his acting chops, but he instead simply goes through the movie action hero paces. Director Roth does deliver some competently done action sequences and as well as some clever torture-liked scenes, but it's nothing all that original and nothing that makes this films worth going out of your way to watch. Overall, "Death Wish" is a huge disappointment and missed opportunity. Instead of watching this film, everyone should watch James Wan's under-appreciated 2007 film "Death Sentence" starring Kevin Bacon.

Ryota Nakanishi 4 months ago

This film basically stands for self-defence and NRA (National Rifle Association) policy. When you get violent rogues' attack in your property or any where else, calling police is necessary however police would arrive after everything done by the rogues. It is too late to help yourself and your family. This is the core thought of this film. I agree with self-defence in this way. Every citizen should have a gun for self-defence. For self-defence, US democracy is especially respected. DIY spirit is highest individualism and anti-bureaucracy. The weakest citizen is just to have everything rely on the state. As the result, there would be a weaker society in this neoliberal world. Every body should learn Paul Kersey which played by my favourite US actor Bruce Willis! In technical aspect, I have to refer to brilliant assault sequence in which the wife of protagonist Lucy Kersey positioned in warm and light tone area in the kitchen and the rogue hiding behind the wall is in cool and dark tone. This shot is memorable and artistic cinematography done by Director of Photography, Rogier Stoffers. Cross cutting in this first assault sequence is full of tension and it is the best composition in this film. Casting is also tuned with plotting that some audience would doubt Frank Kersey which played by Vincent D'Onofrio could be a possible conspirator on the murder of Lucy. Why? Because world's audiences are familiar with the antagonist Hoskins which just played by the same actor Vincent D'Onofrio in Jurassic World (2015). This is a pure story-driven film and not a shooting game of 107 mins. I'm confident to announce that this film is best of Bruce Willis since Die-Hard film franchise (1988-2013). I agree with self-defence and its DIY spirit of America. This is what we need to learn in this remarkably meaningful blockbuster of 2018!

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