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0 out of 0 users found this helpful Entertaining
Mark Wahlberg is a likable actor. He seems well suited for the roles he has selected. This film is good,not great, and provides entertainment with a plot that has a few twists in it. Russell Crowe nicely cast as a devious politician. There are a few shortcuts and liberties to the plot but nothing serious. A nice night out.
0 out of 0 users found this helpful Really good movie Lots of twists
I would recommend this movie to those that like a good police drama. Crowe and Wahlberg and C Z-J are all very good. Not an award winner but well worth the price of admission.
0 out of 0 users found this helpful worth seeing
The movie was well written and started with a bit of mystery that helps to wrap up the ending and its twist. Russel Crowe is an enjoyable villiain and i hope to see him these types of roles again. Mark W portrays a likeable character just trying to get by while being the nice guy. There is enough story to call this a drama and enough action that it does not get boring. It is worth seeing. The movie may have rushed a couple of subplots but they were not important to the overall story. Enjoy.
1 out of 1 users found this helpful Did not doze off on this one..
in 2012 i saw quite a few terrific movies..but in one way or another they lagged some where you have to fight to keep you eyes open. Got in to the a premier of Broken City and the movie did not disappoint. I found it wrapped you up in the storyline and all the twist and turns. The acting was very good Mark W. seem to be able to play any type role..and of course Crowe played his party as a deceitful, conniving politician and also had this nerdish way a bout him..that made for a creepy villian...and the movie seemed to fly by..the audience at the end gave it a good round of applause so i would imagine most of those seeing the film that nite though pretty much the same.
1 out of 1 users found this helpful Mark Wahlberg great
Mark Wahlberg never fails to please. Movie filled with twists and turns. Two hours of live escapism