After a 6-year disappearing act from motion pictures, Mel Gibson is back.

Given the reviews so far, though, it might not be such a welcome return, as the critics are mostly split on his recent comeback (How many has he had?), the bad-ass, "take no names" thriller 'Edge of Darkness,' directed by 'Casino Royale' helmer Martin Campbell.

Adapted to the screen from Campbell's own 1985 BBC miniseries, 'Edge of Darkness' is about a widowed cop who sadly witnesses the murder of his daughter; Gibson sets off on an investigation into the killer's identity, exposing corruption and villainous agendas along the way.

Take a look at what the critics have to say:
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