Man On Fire

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In Mexico City, John Creasy, a burned-out ex-CIA operative, who has given up on life, a former assassin swears vengeance on those who committed an unspeakable act against the family he was hired to protect.
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Common Sense Media
Extremely violent; not for kids.
December 25, 2010
Washington Post
A predictable, gruesome piece of business that tries to ennoble one-man vigilante justice with the star power of Denzel Washington.
April 23, 2004
Cinema Crazed
Scott tries too hard to look like Ridley Scott's films with similar and derivative style, and hazy cinematography...
April 29, 2009
"Man On Fire" is remake of a notoriously dreadful 1987 movie, based on the same-titled novel by A.J. Quinnell, and it fares little better here with Tony Scott ("Spy Game") directing with a flamboyant use of flashy subtitles and camera techniques lifted f
May 08, 2009
Visually the film is nice, but the images are in service to a violent and ugly film.
March 30, 2005
Washington Post
Despite a red-hot performance by Washington as the antiheroic, self-annihilating title character, the film as a whole, while possessing a kind of vicious beauty, feels as cold and as embalmed as a corpse.
April 23, 2004
New York Observer
Suffice it to say nothing about this pumped-up, hyperthyroidal Tony Scott revenge flick makes sense, but it takes two hours to kill off as many people and demolish as many vehicles as Charles Bronson used to do in 30 minutes.
April 29, 2004
This movie isn't just about a kidnapping; it is a kidnapping, and we're the hostages.
April 24, 2004