Paul’s review of All the Devil’s Men

When I decide to watch a movie that hasn’t been recommended to me, I usually don’t bother about who stars in it, who directed it or by watching the trailer. Rather, I usually decide based upon the description and what genre it is. All the Devil’s Men which was released on 7th December 2018 was one of these chosen movies.

It stars Milo Gibson as Jack Collins a former Navy SEAL turned bounty hunter, who is employed by the CIA to track down known terrorists. His handler sends him to London, along with two other bounty hunters, on one last mission to track down a disavowed CIA agent before he buys a nuclear warhead from Russian gangsters. As you can imagine, things don’t go very well but you will need to watch to see why!

Or rather, I wouldn’t really go out of your way to watch this as I found the 99 minutes to be tiresome. In fact, as I am writing this review a few days later, I had actually forgotten most of the plot and had to remind myself by looking at the trailer. There are good parts and the action scenes are done well with some good innovative killing techniques. It is just that the rest of the story is so boring you will find yourself looking for other things to do. 3 out of 5 from me!

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2 thoughts on “Paul’s review of All the Devil’s Men

  1. Steven Fritchie

    The characters in this movie seemed more concerned with psychological tactics than performing their mission. For people who are militarily trained, they seem to use a lot of ammo just to kill one person. It’s almost like watching a video game.

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