The Fall Guy

Fresh off an almost career-ending accident, stuntman Colt Seavers has to track down a missing movie star, solve a conspiracy and try to win back the love of his life while still doing his day job.

  • Released: 2024-03-01
  • Runtime: 126 minutes
  • Genre: Action, Adventure, Comedy
  • Stars: Ryan Gosling, Emily Blunt, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Stephanie Hsu, Winston Duke, Hannah Waddingham, Teresa Palmer, Lee Majors, David Collins, Zara Michales, Daniel Nelson, Matuse Paz, Charlotte Wood, Madeleine Jones, Beth Champion, Tim Franklin, Ben Knight, Jack Doherty, Martin Cohen, Tahlia Crinis
  • Director: David Leitch
  • ustundag - 4 July 2024
    Is there no police in this world?
    They shoot each other, break stuff and crash cars all over the city, and walk freely next day.

    They shoot machine guns on boats around all the coasts.

    They beat a man and try to set him on fire in the open.

    On top of that this is done by one of the most famous actor in America. And they do this on the open to cover up a murder?

    And what happens to all the other people on the murder video they all know and wont talk?

    Also the garbage truck driver guy went straight to the karaoke bar after a long drive. What a coincidence.

    Overall it is a good movie, good action but with giant holes in the script..
  • deboerr - 1 July 2024
    How Bad Does it Have to Be...?
    ...for someone with the OCD need to complete everything they start, to actually turn it off and walk away? How bad? This bad.

    This intended 'summer popcorner' is awash with very pretty talent, fresh from their latest super workouts and/or face lifts, but it lacks a story, decent dialogue and a scene that isn't built for those with goldfish attention spans. This movie is what happens when Hollywood figures it has to bring a Tic Tok mentality to the big screen. Every scene is loud, colourful nonsense with little or no purpose, but enough sound and movement to hopefully keep an audience's attention for more than 11 seconds. What you get is an unforgiveable mess.

    At what point in the development process, once the talent is signed and the money is allocated, do you look at your steaming pile of stinking nothingness, and walk away form it in disappointment and disgust. Well clearly, with so much invested, they didn't walk away and to their own great embarrassment, went ahead with it anyway.

    What I would really like to know as well is how much the studio pays, and how many shills do they have writing reviews on this site to jack up the ratings for a pile of sad, runny crap?