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9/10
The best Netflix action film yet
Leofwine_draca25 April 2020
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I've been watching all of the Netflix-produced action movies for a number of years now and have generally enjoyed all of them, particularly the run of movies starring Noomi Rapace that they released. I'm pleased to say that EXTRACTION is their biggest and best one yet, a large budget slice of action spectacle with an excellent setting in Dhaka. The Bangladeshi city is brought to life the same way that Morocco was in the third BOURNE film, with all the bustle and sights and sounds.

Chris Hemsworth, always the most charismatic of the AVENGERS, is a great choice for the taciturn lead and he really throws himself into the brawling, bruising action scenes. The story is nothing special, we've seen it done a million times before, but the direction is fresh and vibrant and the action choreography is excellent. The two highlights are the lengthy chase sequence at the mid point, which utilises all kinds of heavy camera work, camera tricks, and stunt doubles to truly convince, and of course the immersive bridge spectacle at the climax. What a delight to see America finally catching up with the likes of China's WOLF WARRIOR 2 in terms of films featuring lavish, wide-scale thrills and spills.
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6/10
Rambo it up
SnoopyStyle14 May 2020
Ovi Mahajan is the son of an imprisoned drug lord in Mumbai. He gets kidnapped and held prisoner in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Mercenary Tyler Rake (Chris Hemsworth) is recruited to rescue the boy.

Sam Hargrave is the stunt coordinator for the Russo brothers and they seem to have given him his first chance at directing a full length feature. He does a perfectly adequate job with the highlight being the action sequences as one would expect from an experienced stunt coordinator. That's not to say that this is one stunt after another. There are some good stuff in between. The exterior locations are exotic. There are some good Indian actors in the villain roles. The roof top scene with the kids is fun. I would suggest a different way to go with Ovi. I would go younger and make it a girl to heighten the danger. It should be Man on Fire. One thing that does occur to me. Hemsworth is doing his Rambo in this movie and he could do the remake.
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6/10
Extraction
Prismark1021 June 2020
Extraction is similar to Denzel Washington's Man of Fire. Here Chris Hemsworth reduces the population of Dhaka in Bangladesh instead of Mexico.

Chris Hemsworth plays Tyler Rake. An Australian mercenary with a tragic backstory who accepts a mission to rescue Ovi Mahajan. He is the son of a Mumbai drug kingpin who is in jail.

The kidnapping was arranged by a Bengali drug kingpin Amir Asif. He has the police and army in Dhaka in his pocket.

Saju is an ex forces operator who was hired to protect Ovi by his father. He brought in Rake and his team for the extraction but then does not pay them. Instead double crossing them and Saju plans to bring the boy back to India.

Tyler finds himself alone with Ovi and fighting off Saju and Amir's men.

Extraction is an high octane action movie from Sam Hargrave, a stuntman and stunt action coordinator turned director. He was the second unit director for Avengers: Endgame.

Hargrave places heavy reliance on action sequences which in some ways reminiscent of the John Wick films. It also has the kind of video game violence that director David Ayer is known for in films such as Fury and End of Watch.

It is not the most original of stories but it is a fine enough action film. The setting of India and Bangladesh does give it a different spin.
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6/10
Deceptive Conclusion
claudio_carvalho3 May 2020
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When Ovi Mahajan (Rudhraksh Jaiswal), the teenage son of the Indian kingpin Ovi Mahajan Sr. (Pankaj Tripathi), is kidnapped, the mercenary Tyler Rake (Chris Hemsworth) is hired to rescue him.

"Extraction" is a film with great action scenes and absurd plot. The story does not make sense and the conclusion is terrible, with the death of the "good man by a punk in an action film. My vote is six.

Title (Brazil': "Resgate" ("Rescue")
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7/10
No child left behind
nogodnomasters13 May 2020
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Ovi (Pankaj Tripathi ) is the top drug lord in India. He is in jail with his accounts frozen. His son Ovi (Rudhraksh Jaiswal ) is kidnapped and ransomed by the top drug lord in Bangladesh (Priyanshu Painyuli ). He doesn't have the money for the ransom so he plays Tyler (Chris Hemsworth ) to extract him. Tyler grabs the package, but all exits from the city are block with the largest man/boy hunt in history.

It was an interesting film. Fighting scenes were half decent. The background on Tyler could have been done better. Why do directors think they should play a game with it?

Guide: F-word. No sex or nudity.
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7/10
Getting most of it
kosmasp19 May 2020
Pun intended I reckon. But this movie is a straight up action movie. Therefor you may not be too hyped about the overall simple story of it all. It does have great action and stunt scenes and that is what matters with a movie like this, right? It is definitely the mark and bar you should set.

Yes there can be better movies out there, but if you look for a quick fix, this will give it to you. No question asked - some puns intended. Thor may be pigeonholed to a degree, but we know he can do other stuff too. In this case his character is quite thinly made - and nothing more is needed
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9/10
Full on hostage rescue action
Tweekums28 April 2020
When Ovi Mahajan Jr, the teenage son of a jailed Indian drug lord is snatched from the streets of Mumbai and taken to Dhaka by a Bangladeshi drug lord Tyler Rake is called in to rescue him. Tyler is former Australian SAS but is haunted by the loss of his own son. Once in Dhaka he manages to retrieve the boy from his captors but getting him safely out of the city won't be easy. His erstwhile kidnapper is determined to get him back and he controls a corrupt police colonel who shuts down the city to hunt for them... if that weren't enough Saju, a former member of Indian special forces working for the boy's father, is determined to take to boy to avoid paying for the rescue.

It must be stated the plot is both unlikely and rather simple... that doesn't matter though; it is there to provide a reason for the action and that action is great. From start to finish the action barely lets up... much of what happens from the moment of Rake rescues Ovi feels as if it is set in real time with camera work that puts the viewer right in the middle. Instead of the frequent cuts favoured by some directors we gets scenes that look like a single take. The action includes numerous shootings, chases on foot and in vehicles and a near-obligatory exploding helicopter. Chris Hemsworth really impresses as Tyler Rake as does Randeep Hooda as Saju; the rest of the cast are solid enough too. With its near non-stop violence this certainly won't be for everybody but if you want an action movie and enjoyed films like 'John Wick' and 'The Raid' this is sure to appeal to you.
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6/10
Guns blazing and an abundance of action...
paul_haakonsen27 October 2021
I was recommended to watch the 2020 action thriller "Extraction" by a friend, so of course I did so. Actually I hadn't even heard about "Extraction" before my friend spoke to me about it. But then again, I am not an avid fan of Chris Hemsworth, so I suppose that is why.

But as my friend praised the movie highly, I must admit that I was having a certain amount of expectations for this movie from director Sam Hargrave. And I will say that writer Joe Russo actually managed to churn out a rather entertaining action plot.

Sure, the storyline was rather simplistic actually, bordering on being near non-existing. But the sheer amount of action sequences and the dynamic way that the movie was shot more than made up for the lack of a deeper and profound storyline. I must say that I thoroughly enjoyed the way the movie was shot, making it feel like I was right there in the action. Some accomplishment from the cinematography people here.

"Extraction" is not a movie that relies heavily on a sound storyline, as it is all the action that does the talking. So having an excessive character gallery and good dialogue wasn't in the drivers seat here. But again, the action made up for those shortcomings.

If you enjoy action movies, then you should definitely sit down to watch "Extraction", as it was an adrenaline-filled movie from start to end. However, this is hardly a movie that warrants more than just a single viewing, as the contents of the story just doesn't have the contents for that.

I am rating "Extraction" a solid six out of ten stars.
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Wow
Gordon-1130 April 2020
Wow this is very good! The centrepiece is the one take action scene that lasts for almost thirty minutes, encompassing car chase, gun shots and jumping off buildings. It is intense like you cannot imagine.
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6/10
More of a filling than an extraction....
CinemaSerf26 April 2020
So it looks like Netflix have drafted in Chris Hemsworth to help them open up some lucrative business opportunities on the sub-continent with this action-packed, but totally derivative thriller set in Bangladesh. The young son of an imprisoned drug lord is kidnapped and Hemsworth and a team of mercenaries are hired to retrieve him and restore him to his family. What ensues are a series of tightly-shot, almost claustrophobic, set-piece action scenes - loads of extended fights, explosions and injuries that would long since have killed anyone but our intrepid rescuer. There is no jeopardy at any stage, with only a casual nod at character development, the script is all but irrelevant and the music, surprisingly non-commercial - but the film is nonetheless an enjoyable enough watch.
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8/10
Amazing action!
Calicodreamin25 April 2020
The action in this movie was amazing, and really kept up the pace of the movie. The storyline was fairly basic and entirely predictable, but that doesn't matter too much, the actions where it's at. The acting was good and the characters well developed, even with the kids. Awesome cinematography and fight scene coordination.
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9/10
Give Me More
view_and_review10 December 2020
What a rush. What a thrill. What poetic violence.

After movies like this, "6 Underground," "Ronin," and others, can we please have more movies set in foreign countries? Let's break away from the monotony of New York, L.A., and Chicago and go international: Mumbai, Tokyo, Lagos.

The premise of the movie is simple and it's all in the title. A skilled mercenary named Tyler (Chris Hemsworth) has been contracted to extract a drug dealer's kidnapped son. It's pretty much a suicide mission, but Tyler didn't need even the slightest coaxing to take the job. He didn't even ask the price. Some odd hours later he's in Bangladesh, kid in tow, shooting his way out of a sticky situation.

This ballsy grimy film took you through the muck in style. The camera angles and continuous action shots were fresh as it followed Tyler from one point to the next while he shot and fought John Wick style to his extraction point. "Extraction" was raw at times, shocking at other times, and even moving at times. It's a no frills visceral form of action that keeps you at the edge of your seat and constantly engaged. Ooooh! give me more.
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6/10
action escapism
ferguson-624 April 2020
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Greetings again from the darkness. The description for this movie labels lead character Tyler Rake "a fearless black market mercenary." Now I've personally never shopped for a mercenary, but my assumption is that every one of them is 'black market', and none would likely self-identify as anything other than 'fearless.' My Facebook account is inundated with unwanted advertisements, and I've yet to see one for any mercenary, much less one that lacks courage. Now you likely find this to be worthless meanderings, but that's where the first feature length film from director Sam Hargrave took me. Mr. Hargrave is a veteran stunt coordinator and stunt performer (he's been the stunt double for Chris Evans' Captain America), and he's working from a script by Joe Russo (director and producer of the last two Avengers movies and the last two Captain America movies).

Chris Hemsworth (THOR) stars as the aforementioned Tyler Rake. It's a role that would have just as easily worked for Jason Statham or, in past years, Bruce Willis, Sylvester Stallone, or Arnold Schwarzenegger. Rake is a live action hero, haunted by visions and dreams of better times. His fighting prowess, shooting skills, and willingness to play roulette with his own life, make him the perfect hire for imprisoned drug lords when their son is kidnapped by a rival drug lord. And that's exactly what happens.

The film opens with Tyler in a bad spot. He's injured and trying to shoot his way out of a mess where he's badly outnumbered. The film then flashes back a couple of days where we witness the kidnapping of Ovi Jr (Rudrhaksh Jaiswal) by Amir Asif (Priyanshu Painyuli), the drug lord rival to Ovi Jr's imprisoned father. We also see Tyler, after a few too many drinks, take a running leap off a 30 meter cliff into an Australian lake. Soon he's visited by Nik (Golshifteh Farahani, Adam Driver's wife in PATERSON). She acts as his handler for the dangerous jobs, and few are more risky than extracting Ovi Jr.

What follows are fast-paced car chases through the dusty streets of Dhaka, bone-crunching hand-to-hand combats, and more shootouts than we've seen in a while. Tyler's job is to extract Ovi Jr and deliver him safely home. When things go sideways, the two end up on the run from an entire army, and take cover in a local sewer ... with all the sights and smells you might imagine. Supporting roles are covered by David Harbour as Tyler's old friend, and Randeep Hooda as Ovi Sr's right-hand man.

As you might expect, there are double-crosses and plenty of opportunities for Tyler to show off his 'fearless' mercenary skills. Ovi Jr is a bit of a nerd, but does offer up some life philosophy for his troubled protector: "You drown not by falling in the water, but by staying submerged in it." The kill count here is extraordinarily high and literally thousands of rounds get fired. What's most surprising, however, is that Tyler's cell phone somehow survives his many falls, gunshots, sewage, and car collisions. It's much more impressive than the old Timex commercials. Gifted cinematographer Newton Thomas Sigel (X-MEN movies, DRIVE, THREE KINGS, THE USUAL SUSPECTS) does an admirable job capturing the action sequences; it's just that this is too similar to many movies we've seen before, though it serves as a chance for Hemsworth to be something other than Thor. For those in need of an action flick fix after all this social distancing, EXTRACTION should scratch the itch.
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9/10
brutal action
trashgang16 May 2020
This is the kind of action flicks that I like, straight in your face, not one moment of love or things like that, okay, there are bad memories of loved ones but it's not central.

So if you like it rough and in your face then this netflix flick is worth seeing. The plot if there is any is simple it's all about the extraction. Just around one hour the action slows down and we do go into characterisation to move further in part 2 of brutal action.

But just have a look at the cinematograhy, that is really stunning. At the end, a no-brainer with a lot of blood.

Gore 1/5 Nudity 0/5 Effects 4/5 Story 2/5 Comedy 0/5
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7/10
Good action scenes, the plot is a bit weak as usual with these kind of movies.
deloudelouvain14 August 2020
If you want to watch a movie with an interesting story this isn't the one but if you're just looking for some action then Extraction is worth a watch. The story is pretty basic, nothing you have to think about, just some machos shooting around. That said the action scenes are good, above the mediocre stuff we're sometimes bombarded with, but you can't be too picky as there will be some guys being run over by cars, shot at plenty of times and still moving around like they can't be hurt. If you can manage those kind of scenes you're in for some well shot action scenes. It's mostly about Chris Hemsworth that fits perfectly as the untouchable hero macho warrior. Extraction is just easy popcorn entertainment with a cast that did a pretty good job, with some great action scenes that are well choreographed, and some quality cinematography. They didn't spare any expenses shooting those action scenes, it's all quality. That said don't expect a deep story, it's not there, so if it's that you're looking then for just skip this one. I enjoyed it as will do others that aren't too picky.
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8/10
An above average action movie
siderite6 August 2020
Chris Hemsworth to the rescue! An action packed film taking place in India that looks and feels like a shooter video game. The legions of heavily armed yet easily killed enemies, the switch from shooting to stabbing to sniping to reckless driving that seems to happen to everybody at the same time, the evil mastermind, the henchmen and you, the killer of dozens, saving the life of a kid. It's a nice action film, but completely pointless otherwise.

Bottom line: I am glad that after 20 years from Way of the Gun they rediscovered how to do shooting scenes. As an action film it's a success. Don't look for anything above that.
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6/10
Extra action.
Pjtaylor-96-13804426 April 2020
The highlight of 'Extraction (2020)' is a very extended, practically seamless but sometimes dizzying 'one-shot' action scene that careens from a car-chase to a shootout to a fistfight and back into a car-chase again, the camera confidently swerving around and sometimes diving into the chaos it captures. It's during this sequence that the sheer impressiveness of the filmmaking - the complex camerawork, the tight choreography, the painful stunts - begins to outweigh the piece's narrative shortcomings. Unfortunately, those shortcomings really are quite significant and they start to seep back into the fray once the film inevitably cuts away from its magnum opus. Really, the story is about as bare-bones as you can get, with its generic characters and often-seen situations serving only to get it from set-piece to set-piece. To start with, the flick is actually rather dull. Even the first action sequence doesn't feel impactful because you don't care about anyone involved with it. After a certain point, though, the thing becomes a lot more engaging. It starts to seep some actual character from the gaps in its violence and, even if this is still basic stuff, it helps carry you through to the end of the slightly-too-long plot. The movie takes itself pretty seriously but it's still firmly in the realm of 'turn your brain off' fun. It's rather exciting when it gets going and, ultimately, it is enjoyable. It's lucky that the action is as genuinely good as it is, because it's the only thing that will keep you watching. 6/10
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7/10
hard action galore
FeastMode5 May 2020
The action in this movie is fantastic. at one point my jaw was dropped for like 6 minutes. entertaining and intense. my only downsides are that the best action scene was early in the movie, and even though they do a good job of making you care, it also hurts the movie when they are mowing down "bad guys" (1 viewing, 5/4/2020)
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4/10
Derivative, unimaginative time waster
STAR RATING: ***** Saturday Night **** Friday Night *** Friday Morning ** Sunday Night * Monday Morning

Tyler Rake (Chris Hemsworth) is a burnt out mercenary, who's assigned to rescue Ovi (Rudhraksh Jaiswal), the intelligent son of a notorious gangster, who's currently holed up in jail. After successfully completing this mission, he finds the kidnappers aren't as willing to relinquish their hostage as he'd hoped, plunging him into a deadly battle through the streets of Dhaka, where everything is not as it seems, and he can trust no one.

As cinemas around the country (and the world, of course) are closed in the lockdown, streaming services like Netflix are going to be more popular than ever, as people, and certainly film lovers, will crave the sense of escapism that the filmic experience provides even more than they usually do. And, indeed, the main function of a film like Extraction will be to escape to another world, because there will never be any sense of realism in some action film where one man takes on a whole bunch of villains and defeats them without getting a scratch, the ones popularised so greatly throughout the 80s and 90s. Which the feature length directorial debut of Sam Hargrave ultimately emerges as one, big generic regurgitation of.

Hargrave saturates everything with the standard present day dark, moody style, with a gloomy, blurred shooting style, setting the overall tone for the film itself. If it hadn't been so heavy and humourless, and a little shorter and less self indulgent, it could have passed as a harmless, run of the mill actioner, something to nod off to late at night, but instead it's one big, overblown event that seems to be stabbing at something deeper. Hemsworth is effective and convincing as an action hero, there's a depressingly authentic recreation of the Indian slums and it livens up at the end, with some pretty decent action, but it all amounts to the same thing.

There's an Aladdin's cave of these type of movies in the back catalogue of films from the 80s and 90s, and there's plenty you can seek out, which will be over and done with much quicker and give you much the same experience. Usually starring Steven Seagal or Jean Claude Van Damme. **
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7/10
Better than I expected.
MOscarbradley16 August 2020
"Extraction" is a big, mostly dumb and very violent action flic that has the common sense not to try to be anything else and is actually a surprisingly good example of its kind, providing, of course, that this is the kind of thing you like. The plot is simple; the action relentless. A Mumbai drug-lord's son is kidnapped and it's up to mercenary Chris Hemsworth to get him back. Neither he nor the film hang around. As I've said, it's both violent and relentless; a non-stop catalogue of killings and mutilations, choreographed to bloody perfection by first-time director Sam Hargrave. Of course, there isn't a frame that's actually believable. This is a live-action video game, based on a graphic novel, brilliantly photographed by Newton Thomas Sigel in and around Dhaka and with enough good guys and bad guys killing each other relentlessly to keep it on the boil for two hours. Brains may be largely in short supply but there's certainly no shortage of brawn.
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7/10
7
Edvis-199729 April 2020
Pretty interesting action movie, quite enjoyable to watch but somehow it didn't hook me a lot, can't give less than 7 because action,staging,effects,scenes were not bad just not for me.
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6/10
Serviceable
ThomasDrufke4 June 2020
Another Netflix original movie that believes it's better than it actually is. But perhaps, this is the type of film that is perfect for Netflix. Great action, serviceable story (but no true substance) with a movie star at the center. A movie you watch on a saturday afternoon while trying to relax. Hemsworth hasn't chosen the best projects outside of the MCU and this film is more of the same. I really do wonder if his career will veer more into comedy as the years go by, since that is clearly a major strength of his. Extraction is solid, but it certainly isn't fulfilling my desire for the summer blockbuster (which we've been lacking because of COVID). Oh well.

6.8/10
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4/10
Netflix Continues to Corner Market on Lousy Action Flicks
Cineanalyst29 April 2020
Even before the world, cinemas included, closed for business during the current pandemic, the economics of going to theatres to see movies had become increasingly limited--mostly relying on tent-pole franchise installments. Disney owns a huge chunk of this business with childhood fare: remakes of their cartoons, MCU superheroes, etc. Not only have these new dynamics largely squeezed out the mid-budget drama from multiplexes, but also the traditional, usually stand-alone, macho action flicks such as "Extraction," and "Bright" (2017), and "Triple Frontier," and "Red Sea Diving Resort," and "6 Underground" (all 2019). Now, if it's not already part of a series, chances are you'll only get this lack-of-a-brand type of adrenaline injection from streaming services and at home. Unfortunately, "Extraction" is a mostly generic burger of a movie from MCU veterans taking a break before making "Avengers 83," or whatever.

Stunt choreographer Sam Hargrave gets a chance to direct, and his background in filming fighting moves, along with the similar skills of the Russo brothers and Thor himself, Chris Hemsworth, shows. The next movie I saw after this one was "Angel Has Fallen" (2019), and it's painfully clear that the makers here put care into their craft, whereas the hacks behind the other one, despite it getting a wide theatrical release before making its way to Netflix, were merely there to cash checks. So, I do appreciate the action scenes here--especially the virtuoso, lengthy one-shot car chase.

Otherwise, though, "Extraction" is a lousy entry in the trope of the White Savior. Others have commented how poorly the picture represents Dhaka, which just demonstrates how little filmmakers of white-savoir rubbish care about depicting the racial other. Narratively, only the white male hero's journey is made to matter--how sympathetic he is to the supposed plight of the Oriental, as opposed to their actual state of affairs or characterizations. Blah, I prefer my white-savior myths to have some knowing humor and time-traveling, purple Malthusian giants. If for little else, "Extraction" is helpful for realizing how much I miss fat Thor.
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A Mediocre Effort At Best
CinemaClown25 April 2020
Playing by the books, functioning within the confines & featuring all the tropes n clichés of its genre, Extraction impresses in the action department, thanks to its kinetic camerawork, spectacular stunts & no shortage of R-rated violence but its plot is too generic, characters are poorly sketched, dialogues pack no punch at all, and its dramatic portions lack the depth & resonance to sustain the momentum generated by the action mayhem, thus resulting in an action-thriller experience that engages at times but is nothing more than a run-of-the-mill effort for the most part.
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6/10
Impressive action, overly complicated plot
cricketbat1 May 2020
Thank goodness the action in Extraction is impressive, because the plot is overly complicated. It should have been a straightforward story, but I had a hard time following who was working for whom and why. The violence also feels excessive, as if they had a bunch of squibs lying around and needed to use them before they expired. Still, if you're looking for two hours of stunt work and gunplay, this will scratch that itch.
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