One More Shot

2024

Action / Thriller

38
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 57% · 7 reviews
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 34% · 50 ratings
IMDb Rating 5.4/10 10 2763 2.8K

Director

Top cast

Scott Adkins as Jake Harris
Michael Jai White as Robert Jackson
Tom Berenger as Mike Marshall
Alexis Knapp as Jennifer Lomax
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949.31 MB
1280*640
English 2.0
R
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23.976 fps
1 hr 43 min
Seeds 100+
1.9 GB
1920*960
English 5.1
R
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23.976 fps
1 hr 43 min
Seeds 100+
4.59 GB
3840*1916
English 5.1
R
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23.976 fps
1 hr 42 min
Seeds 55

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by tkdlifemagazine 6 / 10

Another Risk Well Taken

The predecessor to this film, One Shot, was a unique experiment in action filmmaking. It seemed to be shot in one continuous sequence. It does not jump around in edited from location to location- it follows one linear path at a time. The stateside story of a terrorist transported by Scott Adkins, who is the linchpin to a terrorist plot around the State of the Union address is very engaging and cool. The story and acting are good. The action is unrelenting. The look and feel matches the first one. James Numm;s filmmaking works. Michael Jai White is a great addition to the film. He, like Adkins, is a always fun to watch on screen no matter the budget of the film.

Reviewed by trusoldier77 5 / 10

I DIDNT KNOW

Not bad for an action flick. I had no idea this was a sequel. I never even heard of the 1st one. I dont think it can become a triology because everything might have been resolved. I know have to go and watch the first one so I can tie them into each other. Scott Adkins can carry an action film with his fight choreography and moves. He seems to be trained well enough when it comes to fighting and weapons handling. Michael Jai White is a good action star as well and can always add more to the picture. He has great skills as well. I appreciate a good action movie and this one gets a pass from me.

Reviewed by dubond 6 / 10

An (almost) Superior Sequel

One More Shot is directed by James Nunn and stars Scott Adkins, Michael Jai White, Alexis Knapp and Tom Berenger.

Scott Adkins is back with an American accent for a sequel to his 2021 movie One Shot. Taking place directly after the events of the first film Navy SEAL Jake Harris (Adkins) is ordered to escort terrorist suspect Armin Mansur to Washington D. C for interrogation.

I think Writer/Director James Nunn should be applauded for pulling off something so ambitious without it ever feeling gimmicky (the use of vertical space is impressive), especially on what must be a small budget, but the film never quite makes a case for it being one fake take beyond "Hey! That sounds cool." (which, if it gets the project funded, is good enough, I guess!). These One Shot movies to me are somewhat comparable to Chris Hemsworth's Extraction movies on Netflix and that's definitely a compliment considering those movies have a Netflix budget behind them.

The story here is also way more ambitious than the 2021 original, but a pace killing torture scene and an anti climactic ending hold this back. There's also not enough Michael Jai White here. All his scenes come across like they were shot in a day and he only shares one scene with Adkins at the very end. Also as much as these movies look and feel like video games I'm pretty sure the intention also isn't to have your lead character come off like he's ripped out of a video game as well. It would be nice to give Adkins some type of emotional depth to work with in the inevitable third movie just to make the character feel more human.

Either way, sign me up for ONE LAST SHOT or whatever the next one is.

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