A US marine Ray Garrison (Vin Diesel) is kidnapped while holidaying with his wife Gina, they are both killed but he is later re animated by Rising Spirit Tech, a company that specializes in creating cybernetic enhancements for the US military. After regaining parts of his memory he has only one thing on his mind, going after the man that killed his wife.


The movie is entertaining at times but most parts are quite over cooked. For those that just like action regardless of the plot its maybe enjoyable while for those people who are critical about every area of a movie it’s just another one-man commando kind of movie.

This movie had the potential to be one of the biggest and most talked about movies of 2020, with Vin Diesel leading a well-grounded cast and super powers involved but it didn’t really get its full potential sadly.  The premise is a scientist who creates a robot-like killing machine and sends it to literally kill the completion by reprogramming him to see a different face of the man that killed his wife every time he wakes up.

Alot of questions have to be asked of this movie though like when Ray is shot by Dr. Darlting (Guy Pearce) we see his life percentage drop drastically from about 20% just 2% how come the second shot did't kill him then? and what's the deal with deal with Diesel and KT (Eiza Gonzalez) because they seem to be obviously flirting and they successfully removed Ray's ex from the equation. Well, there are a lot of unanswered question for sure.

All round there’s really not much to talk about bar a semi plot twist and some headache inducing action sequence which is powered by low budget CGI it’s not much different from a dead relative revenge story.

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