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No One Lives – Probably not the best WWE has released so far


Category: Action/Thriller
Actors: Luke Evans, Adelaide Clemens, Lee Tergesen, Derek Magyar
Duration: 86 min
Rated: R

You might like this movie if you enjoyed:
See No Evil (2006), The Perfect Getaway (2009), Evil Dead (2013)

The Story: A gang of rednecks kidnap a wealthy couple, planning to make the big buck by torturing them until they give away their bank information. But the couple is not as harmless as they might seem.

Review: I have recently watched The Call and thought, “Wow, WWE are stepping up their game.” But then I watched this little piece of – I wanna say trash – and now I guess The Call was just a lucky pick. The characters are flat, and their action are very weird sometimes, the dialogues are dull, and to be honest the whole story just doesn’t make any sense. However, the gore effects are decent and the actors are actually doing a nice job. But again, good actors can’t make up for a crappy script. See No Evil which is another WWE- release was an okay movie, but compared to No One Lives it is a masterpiece.

Rating: 4/10

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