Mechanic Resurrection [Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD]

The most dangerous hitman in the world, Arthur Bishop thought he had put his murderous past behind him when his most formidable foe kidnaps the love of his life.

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QuickSilverSeven on 11/03/2016 at 2:52 PM.

One of Statham’s Best Action movies. Ever. One of Statham’s Best Action movies. Ever. The action scenes (especially the end Yacht boat scene) in Mechanic Resurrection remind me of the first Taken, with Liam Neeson. Fast, but easy to follow, and fun to watch, since the hero kicks total @ss with efficiency and precision. Statham even kicks a few times, and delivers a lot of the stylized, lock counter moves that Neeson pulled off, but in Statham’s own brutal style. The film’s action is miles better compared to the first Mechanic, and while…

Justin Heath on 11/03/2016 at 3:06 PM.

Been There, Done That Apparently Hollywood is completely out of ideas.**Spoiler Alert**You have a “retired” assassin/sniper/martial arts master who is living a quiet life, and doesn’t want to be called back into service. A government agent/former friend/former enemy blackmails/coerces him into returning to do some evil deeds, but he will be killing evil doers/assassins/nasty government types so he can stay a hero. Along comes a pretty girl that gets sucked into the plot, they fall…

Tony Heck on 11/03/2016 at 3:07 PM.

A typical Statham movie. The action in this is really fun to watch but really no better or worse than his other movies “Seems that reports of your demise have been greatly exaggerated.” Arthur Bishop (Statham) has been happily living off the grid for a few years now. After being asked for help by an old friend he helps to rescue Gina (Alba) from an abuser. This act of kindness doesn’t go unnoticed and Gina is kidnapped and held by a mad man who will only let her go on one condition. Arthur must carry out three assassinations, disguised as accidents, or Gina will be killed. But as always, Arthur does…