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Film Review - Homefront


After trying to locate some dramatic range in the summer effort “Redemption,” Jason Statham returns to fist-first material with “Homefront.” Although the film is an adaptation of a book by author Chuck Logan, the picture plays more like an old Jean-Claude Van Damme endeavor, only there’s a community of characters to pay attention to instead of the one-man-marauder scenario. As junky, B-movie entertainment with an emphasis on explosions, the feature is passably entertaining, submitting a decent amount of growly escapism and chewy performances. However, “Homefront” doesn’t live up to its potential, relying on Statham’s gifts with stone-faced intimidation instead of trying to manufacture a suspenseful atmosphere that could challenge the bruiser, inspiring the rest of the work to achieve a higher level of engagement. Read the rest at


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