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Death Wish is a 2018 American vigilante action thriller film directed by Eli Roth and written by Joe Carnahan. It is a remake of the 1974 film of the same name (which originated the Death Wish franchise), based on Brian Garfield s 1972 novel. The film stars Bruce Willis as Paul Kersey, a Chicago doctor who sets out to get revenge on the men who attacked his family. Vincent D Onofrio, Elisabeth Shue, Dean Norris, and Kimberly Elise also star.

The film was released in the United States by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and in international markets by Annapurna Pictures on March 2, 2018. It was the first film released by MGM through their joint distribution venture with Annapurna (later rebranded as United Artists Releasing); this also makes it the first film distributed by MGM since Hot Tub Time Machine in 2010, as well as the first film to be exclusively credited to MGM since The Other End of the Line in 2008 (their following films were either distribution efforts for other companies, such as Dimension Films, were distributed by other major film companies, or were credited to both MGM and United Artists).

Death Wish received generally negative reviews from critics and underperformed at the box office, only grossing $49.6 million worldwide against a $30 million budget.


Trauma surgeon Paul Kersey lives with his wife, Lucy, and daughter, Jordan, in Chicago. When the family visits a restaurant with Paul s brother Frank, Miguel the valet secretly copies their address after hearing that they plan to stay out. However, Paul is suddenly called to the hospital, and Jordan and Lucy return home just as three armed criminals break in, leading to Lucy being killed and Jordan left in a coma from being severely beaten.

Paul becomes frustrated with the lack of police progress on the case, contemplating purchasing a firearm. When a gang member is brought to the hospital and his gun falls out, Paul secretly takes it and practices shooting. He later uses it to stop a carjacking, injuring his left hand in the process. A captured video of the carjacking goes viral, earning Paul the nickname Grim Reaper . After treating a boy who was attacked for refusing to sell drugs for a dealer calling himself the Ice Cream Man , Paul guns him down in broad daylight.

News reports consistently demonstrate divided opinions of support and condemnation of Paul s developing war against violent criminals. After realizing that one of his deceased patients is Miguel, Paul takes his phone, leading him to a liquor store which fences stolen goods. The owner, Ponytail, recognizes Paul and messages another criminal, Fish. Fish sneaks in and accidentally kills Ponytail while trying to shoot Paul. Fish identifies the second member of the group, Joe, before Paul kills him. The cops visit Paul to discuss the case; afterwards, he destroys the phones to cover his tracks. Finding Joe at an auto body shop, he tortures him. Joe divulges that the third robber, Knox, murdered Lucy, before Paul kills him.

Knox calls Paul, arranging to meet in a nightclub bathroom where they exchange fire and wound each other. Paul gets away while Knox goes to the police and gives them a physical description of Paul. Arriving home, Paul is confronted by Frank, who then answers the front door and is questioned by the detectives of his brother s whereabouts. During the intervention, the hospital calls to tell Paul that Jordan has regained consciousness.

A week later, Paul leaves the hospital with Jordan as Knox cases his house for an ambush. Paul glimpses a man running across the lawn and orders Jordan to hide and call the police. After killing Knox s men, Paul is shot and wounded by Knox, but manages to pull out a hidden rifle he purchased earlier and kills him. The police arrive and accept Paul s story after he hints he is done with vigilantism.

Months later, Paul drops off Jordan at New York University. Spotting a man stealing a bag from a bellhop, he calls out and points a finger gun at him.


  • Bruce Willis as Dr. Paul Kersey/the Chicago grim reaper, a trauma surgeon turned vigilante
  • Vincent D Onofrio as Frank Kersey, Paul s brother
  • Elisabeth Shue as Lucy Kersey, Paul s wife
  • Dean Norris as Detective Kevin Raines
  • Beau Knapp as Eric Knox
  • Kimberly Elise as Detective Leonore Jackson
  • Stephanie Janusauskas as Sophie
  • Camila Morrone as Jordan Kersey, Paul and Lucy s daughter
  • Jack Kesy as Tate The Fish Karp
  • Ronnie Gene Blevins as Joe Gannon
  • Len Cariou as Ben, Paul s father-in-law
  • Kirby Bliss Blanton as Bethany
  • Wendy Crewson as Dr. Jill Klavens
  • Mike Epps as Dr. Chris Salgado, Paul s coworker
  • Luis Oliva as Miguel



Development on the film began already back in 2006, when Sylvester Stallone announced that he would be directing and starring in a remake of Death Wish (1974). Stallone told Ain t It Cool News, Instead of the Charles Bronson character being an architect, my version would have him as a very good cop who had incredible success without ever using his gun. So when the attack on his family happens, he s really thrown into a moral dilemma in proceeding to carry out his revenge. He later told the publication that he was no longer involved after creative differences and became busy with work on other projects. In a 2009 interview with MTV though, Stallone stated that he was again considering the project. In late January 2012, The Hollywood Reporter confirmed that a remake would be written and directed by Joe Carnahan. The film was originally set to star Liam Neeson and Frank Grillo. Carnahan too left the project in February 2013 due to creative differences , but received sole writing credit for the completed film. He was replaced as director with Gerardo Naranjo, who was interested in casting Benicio Del Toro in the lead role; this version also never came to fruition.


After the completed script lay dormant for 3 years, It was brought back up in March 2016, when Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer announced that Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado would direct the film. Willis was chosen for the role of Paul Kersey, others that were considered for the role were Russell Crowe, Matt Damon, Will Smith, Brad Pitt, Liam Neeson, Kurt Russell, Michael Keaton, Christopher Lambert, Dennis Quaid, Richard Gere, Mel Gibson, Harrison Ford, Don Johnson, Peter Weller, Ron Perlman, Stephen Lang, Michael Biehn, Tommy Lee Jones, Jeff Bridges and Arnold Schwarzenegger. In May, Keshales and Papushado quit the project after MGM declined to allow them to rewrite Joe Carnahan s original script, which had been approved by Willis. In June, Eli Roth signed on to direct, with the script being rewritten by Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski. On August 25, 2016, Vincent D Onofrio was cast alongside Bruce Willis to play Paul Kersey s brother, Breaking Bad actor Dean Norris also joined Willis in the film. On October 7, 2016, Kimberly Elise and Camila Morrone were cast in the film to play Detective Jackson and Jordan Kersey. Later on October 17, 2016, Ronnie Gene Blevins was cast in the film.


Principal photography began in September 2016 in Chicago, Illinois. Later in October 2016, it began filming in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. During filming, Roth had spent a lot of time with multiple detectives in Chicago to get some important details about police stations correct.


In June 2017, it was announced Annapurna Pictures would distribute the film on behalf of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and release it on November 22, 2017. However, in October 2017, it was announced it was being delayed until March 2, 2018 and that MGM would handle the film s distribution in the United States, with Annapurna Pictures handling its international distribution. It was speculated the delay was due in-part to the mass shooting in Las Vegas several days prior.


Box office

Death Wish grossed $34 million in the United States and Canada, and $14.5 million in other territories, for a worldwide total of $48.5 million, against a production budget of $30 million.

In the United States and Canada, Death Wish was released alongside Red Sparrow, and was projected to gross $10–20 million from 2,847 theaters in its opening weekend. It made $4.2 million on its first day (including $650,000 from Thursday night previews) and $13 million in its opening weekend, finishing third behind Black Panther ($66.7 million in its third week) and Red Sparrow ($17 million). 55% of its audience was male, while 89% was over the age of 25. It dropped 49% to $6.6 million in its second weekend, finishing at 7th.

Critical response

I wanted to really make it about family, and stick to the central issue of what would you do if this happened to your family. The movie for me really is about family and protecting your family and what do you do when you can t get justice for your family? It s not pro-gun. What I really try to do more than anything is show it how it really is, and leave it for the audience to decide.

—Eli Roth on the reception of Death Wish

The film was widely panned by critics. On review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds an approval rating of 18% based on 163 reviews and an average rating of 4.1/10. The website s critical consensus reads, Death Wish is little more than a rote retelling that lacks the grit and conviction of the original—and also suffers from spectacularly bad timing. On Metacritic, the film has a weighted average score of 31 out of 100, based on 32 critics, indicating generally unfavorable reviews . Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of B+ on an A+ to F scale.

The Chicago Sun-Times s Richard Roeper gave the film 2 out of 4 stars, writing, Even with the social commentary, Death Wish isn t trying to be some intense, gritty, ripped-from-the-headlines docudrama … A number of gruesome scenes are staged like something out of one of those Final Destination movies, with a bowling ball, a dart, a wrench and other conveniently handy items used as weapons of singular destruction. It s essentially revenge porn. Michael Phillips of the Chicago Tribune gave the film 1 out of 4 stars and said, For a while, director Roth plays this stuff relatively straight, and Willis periodically reminds us he can act (the grieving Kersey cries a fair bit here). The script contains a reference to AR-15 rifles; by the end, Willis goes full Willis when his adversaries return to the sanctity of the family home.

Many critics noted the timing of the film s release, coming less than three weeks after the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Florida alongside the positive portrayal of American gun culture. Jeannette Catsoulis of The New York Times called the film imbecilic , and criticized its jokey tone and morally unconflicted approach to its subject matter. Similarly, The Guardian s Amy Nicholson criticized the film for the politics and the pathos , and for insulting both sides of the gun control argument.

The Hollywood Reporter s John DeFore noted that the film does not attempt to use genre metaphors to address real national debates , making the original film look philosophical by comparison , and he also noted the improbable and contrived nature of Kersey s mission. Writing for the Los Angeles Times, Justin Chang called the film a slick, straightforward revenge thriller as well as a sham provocation, pandering shamelessly to the viewer s bloodlust while trying to pass as self-aware satire . Chang compared the film unfavorably to the 2007 Death Sentence, citing the lack of consequences that Kersey faces.

Some reviewers stood in defense of the film. Peter Howell of the Toronto Star stated that Roth and Carnahan do an OK job updating Death Wish , and that the film accurately depicts the casual way that Americans acquire and use guns . He felt, though, that Liam Neeson would have been a better choice for the lead role. Matthew Rozsa of Salon agreed that the film s release was timed poorly, but argued that mass shootings have been ubiquitous for so long that I doubt there ever would have been an appropriate release date for a vigilante fantasy. … It exists everywhere in our culture, from movies and video games to the right-wing talking points that regularly thwart gun control legislation. Rozsa considers Death Wish his guilty pleasure, recommending it as a success as well as a competent popcorn muncher that moves at a brisk pace, is about as engaging as your average Law and Order episode and contains an appropriately glowering (if somewhat bored looking) Bruce Willis. The San Francisco Chronicle s Mick Lasalle called it way better than all the Death Wish sequels and easily the second best Death Wish movie ever made, and not a distant second.


39th Golden Raspberry Awards (February 23, 2019)

  • Worst Actor (Bruce Willis) (nominated)
  • Worst Prequel, Remake, Rip-off or Sequel (nominated)

Year 2018
ReleaseDate 2018-03-02
RuntimeMins 107
RuntimeStr 1h 47min
Plot Dr. Paul Kersey is an experienced trauma surgeon, a man who has spent his life saving lives. After an attack on his family, Paul embarks on his own mission for justice.
Awards Awards, 4 nominations
Directors Eli Roth
Writers Joe Carnahan, Brian Garfield, Wendell Mayes
Stars Bruce Willis, Vincent D’Onofrio, Elisabeth Shue
Produced by Roger Birnbaum,Mark Cotone,Stephen J. Eads,Ilona Herzberg,Irene Litinsky
Music by Ludwig Göransson
Cinematography by Rogier Stoffers
Film Editing by Mark Goldblatt,Yvonne Valdez
Casting By Marisol Roncali,Mary Vernieu
Production Design by Paul Kirby
Art Direction by Veronique Meunier
Set Decoration by Tanja Deshida,Ann Smart
Costume Design by Mary Jane Fort
Makeup Department Caroline Aquin,Morgan Blaul,Catherine Brunelle,Véronique Chaput,Michelle Côté,Jennea Dorsey-Gordley,André Duval,Christophe Giraud,Xiao Yun Hu,Justine Losoya,Colette Martel,Camiel McLean,Eduardo Medellin,Caitlin Murphy Miles,Adrien Morot,Zsofia Otvos,Chanelle Ouellette,Tammy-Lou Pate,Colleen Quinton,Gerald Quist,Ghislaine Sant,Jean Scarabin,Sarah Squire,Rocco Stallone,Sabrina Trudel,Kathy Tse,Vague Vartanian,Alex Verville,Anna Zenner,Mathieu Baptista,Jo Crowley,Shane Shisheboran,Daria V. Wright,Jackie Zarn
Production Management Romy Barber,Loic Bernard,Carrie Holt de Lama,Kacie Kane,Anne-Marie Roberge,Maria C. Roxas,Natalie Samanon
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Stéphane Byl,Ariane Collman,Mark Cotone,Martin Doepner,E.J. Foerster,Marlee Gruss-Neidhardt,Fanny Hudon,Carl Kouri,Brigitte LeBlanc,Thomas P. O’Neill,Aurore Paulin,Christopher T. Sadler,Tanya van Blokland,Marvin Williams,Alicia Zaragoza
Art Department Claire Alary,Véronique Arcouette,Daniel Auclair,Richard Bennett,Vincent Brabant,Ann Brochu,Rejean Brochu,Sean Richard Budde,John Corba,Caroline Davignon,Louis Frederic Denomme,Brian DuPont,Robert Gau,Alain Giguère,Vincent Gingras-Liberali,Eric Gosselin,Geoffroy Gosselin,Alexander Hahn,Charlie Hall,Patrice Jacques,La Mara Johnson,Bruno La Haye,Jean-François Merlot,Vincent Morin,Jason Negron,Marzia Pellissier,Benoit Robitaille,Georges Samuel,Peirce Schmidt,Radia Slaimi,Charles E Tiedje,Kyle C. Tiedje,Timothy W. Tiedje,Jerome Zurfluh
Sound Department Aziz Acar,Kyle Arzt,Cedric Charron,Robert Dehn,Mark DeSimone,David Esparza,Frankie Fiore,Nick Ray Harris,Aaron Hasson,Melissa Kennelly,Shawn Kennelly,Howard London,Louis Marion,Adam Mohundro,Nick Murray,Dimitri Médard,Vince Nicastro,David Obermeyer,Jason Oliver,Anand Pawar,Steve Pederson,Giancarlo Petroni,Eryne Prine,Antoine Viot,Mandell Winter,Kelsey Zeigler
Special Effects by Andre Christopoulos,Louis Craig,Rodman Kiser,Denis Lavigne,Bruce A. Strong
Visual Effects by Jason Astley,Mostafa Badran,James Banville,Jeremy Beadell,Samuel Blouin,Robert Bock,Ariane Boisvert,Rachel Bouchard,Sara Bourque,Vincent Burt,Mathieu Chouinard,Douglas Clague,Patrick Clancey,Francis Clément,Valérie Clément,Didier Coup-Fabiano,Craig Crawford,Joseph Dubé-Arsenault,Jean-Alexandre Dufour,Elliot Francoeur,Patrick Gagnon,Gabriel Giguère,Wendy Gipp,Darwin Go,Martin Grassl,Joseph Grossberg,Joe Hall,Simon Han,Fergus Jack-Hinton,Patrick Jordaens,Étienne Jubinville,Luc Julien,Vincent L’Heureux,Jay Lalime,Jeremy Lambolez,Kevin Landry,Isabelle Langlois,Maxime Laroche,Francis Larouche,Simon Lehembre,Christina Maier,Evander Major,Jean-François Massé,Eric Mc Guire,Dominique Moisan,Samuel Montminy-Brodeur,Sébastien Moreau,Olivier Barbes Morin,Jean-Francois Morissette,Alexandre Ménard,Valérie Nicol,John P. Nugent,Adam O’Brien-Locke,Jeff Panek,Martin Pelletier,Philippe Pelletier,Travis Pinsonnault,Etienne Poulin St-Laurent,Romina Rabti-Zolpirani,Christophe Robert,Valentine Rutz,Jordan Soles,Marjolaine Tremblay,Pierre-Hugues Vachon,Opale Vezina,Jean-Philippe Voyer,Dean Wright,Céline Zapater,Jonathan Niquet
Stunts Rodney Alexandre,Cynthia Appleby,Alex Armbruster,Jason Lee Bell,Olivia Bird,Marc-Andre Brisebois,Eric Buarque,Mike Chute,Mathieu Coderre,Tobiasz Daszkiewicz,Calvin Dean,Marie France Denoncourt,Marny Eng,Penande Estime,Felix Famelart,James Fierro,Mike Fierro,E.J. Foerster,Jean Frenette,Naomi Frenette,Ben Gauthier,Flavie Groleau,Brook Jones,Alex Jovica,Stéphane Julien,Kevin Kelsall,Patrick Kerton,Jean-Francois Lachapelle,Dennis Lafond,Héléna Laliberté,Mathieu Ledoux,Rick LeFevour Jr.,Matthew LeFevour,Rick LeFevour,Tom Lowell,Daniel Maldonado,Chris McClure,Erick Meslier,Natalie M. Meyer,Chris Nolte,Eric Paul-Hus,Sébastien Peres,Brian Peters,Mathys Picard,Dylan Rampulla,Kenny Richards,Stephan Roberts,Stephen Roberts,Maxime Savaria,Kelli Victoria Scarangello,Jeff Shannon,Nobuya Shimamoto,Kevin Sorensen,Philippe Souvay,Mitch Spour,Martin St-Antoine,Christine Trinh,Rich Wilkie,Stuart F. Wilson
Camera and Electrical Department Francois Alarie,Michael Anderson,Tim Armstrong,Herman Asph,Gonzalo Barba,Jonathan Barbeau,Jean-Nicolas Barron,Geoffroy Beauchemin,Patrick Beaulac,Joel Bernstein,Dane Bjerno,Hans Bjerno,Dillon Borham,Tim Borntrager,Roch Boucher,Raphaelle Brault,Tom Burnett,Pierre-Luc Bédard,Charles Castonguay,Yannick Champagne,Cyrille Chatelain,Carla Clarke,Joost Clerinx,Simon Desrochers-Laplante,David Dinel,Patrick Dooley,Gilles Fortier,Maryse Gaulin,Christopher Glasgow,Eric Hingst,Paul Hughen,Julien Idrac,Timothy Jipping,Evan Johnson,Dave June,Kyle Kirby,Martin Landry,Isabelle Lecompte,Patrick Lima,Tim Lonn,Alfonso Maiorana,Greg Mattigetz,Chris McAlister,Dustan Lewis McBain,Douglas McCormick,John J. Moers,Michael Monar,Frederic Moreau,Eric Morin,Kathryn Moss,Mike Moyer,Shaun Nagorny,Seth Oberle,David Olff,Gary Pachany,Joshua Ramos,Nic René,Spencer M. Rohan,Amandine Schelle,Anthony Schrader,Takashi Seida,Addae Shelby,Tom Shimandle,Bradley Ian Smith,Sean Smith,Ryan Spacone,Sean Sweeney,Marco Venditto,John Waterman,David F. Wolff,John Woodward,John Rex Woodward,Zach Zeidman
Animation Department Olney Atwell
Casting Department Amanda Bolger,Julie Breton,Pamela A. Cain,Patty Connolly,Lauren Corry,Adam MacDonald,Jessica Gisin Needham,Stefan Rorick,Raylin Sabo,Sanaa Sayyed,Claire Simon,Mark Sussman,Erin Stewart Tiedje,Maeve Wilson
Costume and Wardrobe Department Kathy Bennett,Valerie Bordeleau,Crystal Bryant,Cat Coffin,Mari-Philippe Comeau,Steven Corrigan,Laura Darner,Rosi Gabl,Lynda Goode,Catherine Gélinas,Samantha Inniss,Katina Kordonouris,Hatsephi Kushma,Michelle McHale,Jenny Moss,Michelle Ramos,Lily Sassone,Hope Slepak,Miranda Traczyk,Caryn Vanko,Jamie Westfall
Editorial Department Brit DeLillo,Scott R. Dixon,Michael Thomas James,Curtis Lindersmith,Michael Nehs,Mitch Paulson,Robert E. Phillips,Matthew E. Schneider,Eden Stelmach
Location Management Miles Birnbaum,Kim De Pietro,Caroline Desbiolles,Raul Esparza III,Shelby Golemic,Joy Jones,Gilbert B. Morales,Ralph Moran,Maria C. Roxas,Oscar D. Roxas,Marley Sniatowsky
Music Department Eun-Mee Ahn,Erik Arvinder,Sean Barrett,Jacob Braun,Bethany Brinton,Daniel A. Brown,Tom Brown,Bryan Carrigan,John W. Chapman,Meredith Crawford,Samantha Duckworth,Chris Fogel,Kevin Globerman,Mark Graham,Elizabeth Hedman,Gabe Hilfer,Riley Hughes,Will Kaplan,Brian Kilgore,Chris Lane,Darrin McCann,Serena McKinney,Victor Pesavento,Radu Pieptea,Peter Rotter,Naomi Sato,Charlie Tyler,Simone Vitucci,Mike Whitson,Henri Wilkinson,Joe Zimmerman
Script and Continuity Department Lorette Leblanc,Nathalie Paquette,Scott Alexander,Dean Georgaris,Larry Karaszewski
Transportation Department Marc Arsenault,Pierre Olivier Chénard,Laura Deal,Michael P. Deal,Sandro Di Gioacchino,David Dufresne,Philippe Gilbert,Bernard Guay,Réal Hamel,Paul Hoffman,Vincent Houle,Victor Lafond,André Laforest,Thaddeus E. Larkowski,Julie Marion,Tasso Mathiopoulos,Martin Patrice,Michel Pelletier,James Sanchez,Spiro Tsovras
Additional Crew Ana Alarcon,Johanzen Aldana,Assata Amoaku,Komla Amoaku,Alexis Andresen,Cynthia Appleby,Guy Aumond,Kevin Aumond,Shawn Aumond,Alan Azuelos,Marie-Elaine Bailly,David M. Baker,Lynell Bangs,Jenna Barnes,Bridgett Baron,Steve Barry,Rob Bergen,Tully Bertorelli,Dane Bjerno,Sandra Borromeo,Elizabeth Broos,Stefanie Broos,Jon Bruno,Eric Buarque,Asia Bullock,Lori Byars,Guy Calcagno,William Calvert,Josh Carlascio,Natalia Castellanos,Juan Cervantes,Mita Choudhary,June Christopher,Will Clark,Jacki Colombari,Patty Connolly,Jack Cronin,Wendy Cutler,Charles Danis,Czar Joshua De Guzman,Puelo Deir,Karin Dentamaro,Tad Devlin,Michel Dicaire,Andrée-Anne Faucher,Jeremiah Ferrell,Efrain Figueroa,Justin Finney,John Folino,Michael Franck,Eddie Frierson,Donald Fullilove,Mathieu Gauvin,Eric Gendron,Joey Gendron,Max Ginkel,David Glossberg,Ben Gojer,Brandon Gold,Carole J. Guignard,Johann Guéhennec,Olayinka Hassan,Nik Hassinger,Chris Hayden,Amelia Hickenlooper,Brandon Hinsley,Charlene Hodge,Kitty Hopper,Beryl Huang,French Baron Jean-Francois Cavelier,Stephanie Jeter,Jean-Patrick Joseph,Francois-Langevin Judith,Marc Karzen,Evie Kennedy,Kaylon Kennedy,Robin King,Tony Kress,Roch Lavoie,Rebecca Lenninger,Guy Letourneau,Danny MAlin,Justine Marcantel,Hayley Mellish,Richard Miro,Khanya Mkhize,David Moore,Sam Nickelson,Robert O’Quinn,Arthur Ortiz,Jessica Pennington,Christopher L Perkins,Savannah Perkins,Candice Petill,Chrystee Pharris,Alex Phillips,Jacqueline Pinol,Aurelie Poirier,Saurabh Prabhakar,Eva Quintero,Brent Radford,Cory Radtke,Michael Ralph,Matthew J. Reilly,Max Reisbaum,Mayda Renizzi-Holt,Francois Ricard-Sheard,Amish Shah,Heather Sharpe,Justin Shaw,Matthew Silverman,Rohandeep Singh,Diante Singley,Helen Stergiou,Mark Sussman,Dave Thomas,Marlena Thomas,Travis Thomas,John Torppey,Paris Tsovras,Charlene Vallespin,Tom Vanger,Brent Wilson,Cynthia Young,Tamara Young,Valerie Zabriski,Ruth Zalduondo,Tre Mosley,Gerald Wilson
Thanks Randy Bitikofer,Asia Bullock
Genres Action, Crime, Drama
Companies Cave 76, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)
Countries USA, Canada
Languages English, Spanish
ContentRating R
ImDbRating 6.3
ImDbRatingVotes 72327
MetacriticRating 31
Keywords remake,vigilante,vigilantism,death of wife,home invasion