Damaged

2024

Action / Crime / Drama / Mystery / Thriller

51
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 29% · 17 reviews
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 17%
IMDb Rating 4.6/10 10 3067 3.1K

Top cast

Samuel L. Jackson as Dan Lawson
Kate Dickie as Kessler
Laura Haddock as Marie
Vincent Cassel as Bravo
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893.72 MB
1280*690
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
1 hr 37 min
Seeds 100+
1.79 GB
1920*1034
English 5.1
NR
23.976 fps
1 hr 37 min
Seeds 100+
4.34 GB
3840*2080
English 5.1
NR
23.976 fps
1 hr 37 min
Seeds 91

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by CoolRam 4 / 10

I like Samuel Jackson but...

Samuel Jackson's name still sell. I bought it. Bad buy, though.

Some scenes are too focused on him not to the main character. If you finish the movie you will know that Gionni Capaldi is the main character. And he is not even in the poster. ? It starts good then slowly drift away, then come back in near ending. The storyline is so common. But the actors do well. But like i said, is so focused on Samuel Jackson, in his so so acting in this movie. I can give them credit to that finale twist.

I love justice serve in endings. Bad guys winning. I don't want to see it in the movies, too. Maybe, it's just me.

Reviewed by celt007 3 / 10

Why is SLJ in this?

Having SLJ in this movie was a waste of a talent , they failed to make it interesting . Vincent Cassel just basically walking around while Jackson is in scenes .

This movie is dumb and the writing is bad directing equally as bad , this is like a bad b movie you see in tv on Saturday afternoons .

Not suspenseful at all I was very annoyed watching this film . The buildup is just slow and awkward the car chase at the end has death metal soundtrack it's so bad . The editing is ridiculous. The story seems like it was written by someone in high school . I think anyone who pays to see this should get a refund .

Reviewed by deon-24 4 / 10

Don't get excited

This movie has so many possibilities but poor direction and some editing flaws the overall experience. It is a perfect example where a "big name" is used just to boost a story or production. I feel for Samuel Jackson here, as he should be awarded for his tenacity and perseverance during this stumbling-along story

Don't get me wrong - there are other notable performances too, but they don't get the credit they deserve - it is all about using SJ's persona. It is a real pity, but this is not the only movie that has used this trait

As for the story itself - well written and executed although the surprise element was a little obvious towards the middle of the movie. The storyline could have done with some punch here and there to counter the slow burning and sometimes awkward watching experience (I fell asleep twice)

For the editing - well, this trait of leaving some scenes hanging for three or four seconds longer than necessary is not doing the experience any good. When a scene tells its story, MOVE ON!

The directing is OK although some scenes make you wonder why? Perhaps creating goofs on purpose? The murder scenes are rather irritating from a factual point of view. They are TOO obviously fake and the prop guys could have done so much more to make the scenes more accurate and believable. Using SJ they could have learnt from "7even" a bit

Overall just a popcorn-Saturday-rainy-night movie.

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