Mechanic: Resurrection – Watch Movie Videos,Images : 123movies.com.co
Four continents. Three kills... Or the love of his life is dead.
Arthur Bishop thought he had put his murderous past behind him when his most formidable foe kidnaps the love of his life. Now he is forced to travel the globe to complete three impossible assassinations, and do what he does best, make them look like accidents.
ActorsStarring: Jason Statham, Jessica Alba, Tommy Lee Jones, Michelle Yeoh, Natalie Burn, Yayaying Rhatha Phongam, John Cenatiempo, Bonnie Zellerbach, Vithaya Pansringarm, Aaron Brumfield, Andrew Stehlin, Sam Hazeldine, Atanas Srebrev, Anteo Quintavalle, Femi Elufowoju Jr., Toby Eddington, Stuart Thorp, Alex Kuzelicki, Brahim Achabbakhe, Thomas Kiwi, Francis Tonkala Tamouya, Tais Rodrigues Dias, Lynette Emond, Allan Poppleton, Maethi Thapthimthong, Soji Ikai, Chatchawai Kamonsakpitak, Yothin Udomsanti, Rachel O'Meara
Critic Reviews About Mechanic: Resurrection
Mechanic: Resurrection suggests the action equivalent of 1970s European soft-core, all diffuse sun-drenched exteriors populated by attractive stars on an exotic working vacation.
This humdrum sequel fails to match the precision of its predecessor, while denying Jason Statham the comic wings of his revelatory turn in last year’s Spy.
All of this has kind of a washed-out DTV vibe, in a fun end-of-summer sort of way.
It’s difficult for anyone involved to sell this weakly plotted, emotionally empty sequel as anything more than a lazy cash-grab.
Jeffrey M. Anderson
Common Sense Media
Mechanic: Resurrection is the Donkey Kong of the cinematic world. There’s not much of a plot, and what there is doesn’t make a lot of sense. But there is a girl to save, a bad guy to beat.
Mechanic: Resurrection is a mindless B-movie with little substance of note, but those who enjoy Statham should have a fun time.
Jason Statham looks like a knuckle. Which is great, because his movies come at you like fists.
New York Daily News