Movie Review: The Death and Life of Bobby Z

April 9, 2007 at 21:01 Leave a comment

The Death and Life of Bobby Z is an action movie starring Paul Walker. And, that should just about cover it. The story is somewhat contrived (charming criminal gets another chance but lo and behold there is need for ample fighting) but, honestly, it doesn’t matter. This is not a movie about smarts, brains or logic. It is about brawl, fighting and coolness. It is far from as cool as Smokin’ Aces, or as good, but it works. Mainly because the fights are far better looking (borderline realistic) than most movies I’ve seen. And, there are some UFC-cameos, Chuck Liddell, etc. making it even slightly more cool. Paul Walker is, however, extremely improbable as a hard case fighter, but then, this IS the movies, after all.

Verdict: See (for the action, don’t see for… most other things).

Entry filed under: Media, Pop-culture, Reviews.

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