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Film Review - Parker

PARKER Jennifer Lopez

“Parker” feels like a three-hour movie that was whittled down to two hours due to test screening complaints. As a story, it’s all over the place, whipping around last names and refusing any deeper inspection of motivation. As a bruising offering of crime film entertainment, “Parker” is more successful, staging compelling heists and mano-a-mano contests of strength. The entire production fails to gel into a cohesive whole, yet parts of the picture remain agreeably distracting, while stars Jason Statham and Jennifer Lopez deliver what they’ve been paid for, adding brawn and sex appeal when needed. It’s a messy effort with plot holes galore, yet director Taylor Hackford manages to convince with the essential elements. Just don’t think about the details too hard. Read the rest at


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