Paul’s review of 24 Hours to Live

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24 Hours to Live was released on December 1st, 2017 and stars Ethan Hawke as Tristan Conrad a hitman that has retired following the deaths of his wife and son. He is persuaded by a high paying contract to complete one last job to eliminate a whistle-blower. Unfortunately, things do not go according to plan and he finds himself having just 24 hours left to live and to also seek revenge.

The storyline was fast moving, and the supporting cast were believable in their respective roles. I was surprised to see Rutger Hauer make an appearance as Conrad’s father in law and Liam Cunningham was also good as the CEO of the Red Mountain corporation. Overall, I would give this a 5 out of 5 as the action was intense and the movie flowed well for its duration. I was also pleased to see that Thunder Road were the production company. For those who have ever watched Explorers, one of Ethan Hawke’s first movies, you will see the relevance 🙂

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2 thoughts on “Paul’s review of 24 Hours to Live

  1. Remmy Meggs

    Ethan Hawke, the bright-eyed dreamer from Explorers, now with a scruffy face, which I detest in all men, was over the top in his performance in this movie. I was wowed by his performance. There was plenty of action and deaths, however, the gore was very minimal. Odd because with all the killing you would think there would be a lot more blood at least. They must have been using heat shells that cauterized the wounds as they hit you. I rate it 5 out of 5 as well.

  2. Steven Fritchie

    As an action movie, this was very good. I’m a little leery about the “science” behind bringing someone back to life for a specified amount of time, though. The acting was good and I enjoy Ethan Hawke and Rutger Hauer’s work. I also give it 5 stars.

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