A Vigilante


Crime / Drama / Mystery / Thriller

IMDb Rating 5.4 10 2137


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May 31, 2019 at 09:30 AM


Olivia Wilde as Sadie
J.D. Williams as Charlene Jackson's Boyfriend
Kyle Catlett as Zach
Morgan Spector as Sadie's Husband
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1hr 31 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by berthablue-1 4 / 10

You see more domestic violence than vigilante justice

Thought I was going to see "A Vigilante" kicking A, but we only see that hinted at with the main character's "hits" on other men. SPOILER TIME When it comes to her own abusers, the film producers treat us to a drawn out, 30 minute terror scene of him turning the MC back into a victim before a cutaway hints that she killed him and then dumped his body. Including many rather disturbing scenes where the MC could have fought back and did not (the gratuitous arm breaking scene!!!). I understand that fighting back in real life is hard, but that's why this is a movie! I thought the main character had trained, built herself up, and was going to do some serious A-kicking as she did with the other men. I feel like I got bait 'n switched. Don't waste your time unless you like boring exposition followed by plenty of male on female violence with the action being "spent" before the final kill. I thought the actors did a fantastic job, only so much they can do with the plot, though.

Reviewed by TheTopDawgCritic 7 / 10

Outstanding performances, terrible writing.

I get that this is writer and director Sarah Daggar-Nickson 4th film-making rodeo, but the mistakes made in this film could have easily been avoided, and thus made this film great, instead of just ok. Major plot issues, timeline confusion, dragged out scenes, terrible editing and a crazy slow pace. The 91 min length felt like 3 hours. I realize her previous films were shorts, but this one also may as well been, had it been edited down and paced appropriately. Stellar performance from Olivia Wilde - which is the only reason I didn't give up on this film half way in, as well from the rest of the cast. The score was also great and very fitting. The camera work and cinematography were good, but I really wish a seasoned writer edited the screenplay to make this film great. Nevertheless, a decent story that deserves my generous 7/10 - primarily due to Wilde's performance.

Reviewed by lizshotter-19401 8 / 10

Olivia Wilde was made for this

It's great to see a film that deals with such subject matter in such a stark and realistic way. Films like peppermint do little to elevate tired approaches of women fighting back, as they're so unrealistic they're laughable, but this film is so different to that. Olivia Wilde shines in this role, as the wounded healer who helps women and children escape the war zones of "domestic" (hate that phrase) violence, and fleeing her own abusive husband. It's an understated, yet powerful, portrayal of a widely under reported blight on society. It's a shame this film hasn't received the attention and acclaim it deserves, as it's fraught with tension throughout, presents in an empathic and sensitive way and is really engaging. Interpersonal violence is still a misunderstood and under resourced issue that hasn't ever been tackled effectively, certainly not in the uk. We are losing 3 women and 2 children a week to their perpetrators, yet are losing shelters every month that could save lives. Films like this explore the possibility of a world where it could be different.

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