The Stranger (2010)

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An FBI agent looks to track down a material witness who is involved in a top-secret investigation.


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27 May 2010 | gavin6942
4
| Not a Very Enjoyable Film, Flaws Just Keep Popping Up
"Stone Cold" Steve Austin stars as a man with no memory who travels cross-country (and in Mexico), trying to find his home... but the Russian mob wants him, the FBI wants him, his psychologist wants him... and there's millions of dollars on the line.

Let's just sum this one up: semi-poor writing, very poor directing, atrocious cinematography. Just a mess all around... sadly, the best part of this film was Steve Austin's acting. Austin effectively pulls off fight scenes, speaking in Russian and Spanish and English and just being an all-around decent lead.

I can't explain the pointless motorcycle camera shots, or the opening scene, or many other filming gimmicks they tried and failed with. I also can't explain why they thought "Tom Thomachevsky" was a good name... it's just silly sounding.

There's not much to say beyond that... the film is not worth your time or money. I hate to slam a film, but this one was just such a drag to watch I think it would be unjust to praise it even a little.

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Release Date:

1 June 2010

Language

English


Country of Origin

Canada, USA

Filming Locations

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

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