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Film Review - Close Range


I’ll give Scott Adkins this much: he’s certainly trying. The B-movie action star is working tirelessly to build up a filmography of no-budget bruisers, putting emphasis on his martial art abilities and burly screen presence. He frequently pairs with director Isaac Florentine, with the twosome returning to duty with “Close Range,” a paint-by-numbers thriller that works up a sweat to prove itself worthy in the aggression department. The story is routine, performances are fine, and the location is predictable, but once Adkins and Florentine get their engines rumbling, “Close Range” manages to deliver some compelling combat sequences, blasting, kicking, and stabbing its way through a southwestern war zone. Read the rest at


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