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July 31, 2012
This movie as OK but i'll never pay money to see this one in theater or rent. www.moviezya.com/haywire/
May 07, 2012
THIS WAS A DECENT MOVIE I PAID A BUCK TO SEE IT, & ACTORS ARE ONLY AS GOOD AS THE DIRECTORS AND THE SCRIPTS, GIVE THEM A BREAK.CRITIC'S R TO TOUGH ON ACTORS WHEN THE PROBLEMS LIE WITH THE PLOTS, SCRIPTS, DIRECTORS BUT 2 GET IN THIS BUSINESS HEY CAGE ATE A ROACH!! TRUE!
May 05, 2012
Not even worth the time to watch as a rental with a free coupon code from Blockbuster. Sorry I wasted my time!
April 16, 2012
February 20, 2012
Unfortunately, I left the theatre wondering what this movie was about!!!
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A fresh, muscular payback movie shot through with Soderbergh's mischievous indie-spirit. Whether Gina Carano is the new Angelina or the new Cynthia Rothrock, only time will tell... Full Review
The New York Times
Once the talking stops and the action begins, her professionalism is very much in evidence and exciting to watch. And yet, somehow, it cannot quite relieve the tedium of a movie that is too cool even to pretend that there is anything worth fighting about. Full Review
One of the reasons Haywire is such a pleasure to watch is that its director, Steven Soderbergh, doesn't overplay the film's hear-me-roar subversions. Full Review
Los Angeles Times
Haywire doesn't measure up to the best of the director's work - like, say, his Oscar-winning drug drama, "Traffic." But watching Carano kick, spin, flip, choke, crack and crush the fiercest of foes - mostly men about twice her size - is thoroughly entertaining, highly amusing and frankly somewhat awe-inspiring. Full Review
In truth, the story isn't much. Just betrayal and revenge, basically. But a couple of things make Haywire a lot of fun to watch. One is the cast. Full Review