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A Vigilante 2019 123movies

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Give her a call, and she'll give you justice.Mar. 29, 201992 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – After escaping her violent husband, Sadie makes it her life’s mission to help free others in danger. After months of rigorous training in survival skills, boxing, and lethal martial arts, she is back with a vengeance.
Plot: A once-abused woman devotes herself to ridding victims of their domestic abusers while hunting down the one she must kill to be truly free.
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Olivia Wilde is great, the rest of the movie was needlessly slow adding no suspense or emotion. Without lingering shots, this would’ve easily been under 80-minutes. Shame that a great performance was wasted.
Review By: JPV852 Rating: 4 Date: 2019-08-28
Excellent cinematography coupled with a gripping performance by Wilde. That is where the praise ends, as much of the supporting cast is just that – supporting. There is no work put in from anyone else to what would otherwise be a strong film.
Review By: Ryan Rating: 6 Date: 2021-06-23
Tough to Review, tougher to watch
I think some of the other reviewers were expecting Death Wish or Taken 4. That’s not this movie. This story is about abuse survivors. It’s about what it takes to break free.

It has some powerful moments that make your stomach drop and your heart ache. They felt real to me. Several times, I found myself wondering if they hadn’t cast real victims retelling their stories. That’s how good it is in that portion. But this is a slow film, so slow that I almost pulled out my phone to do stuff. That’s never a good thing. I dropped my stars to a 6 because of that. If I were more honest, the story is more of a 5, but I bumped it up to a 7 because of the acting. It really is phenomenal, imo.

Review By: Brattsy Rating: 7 Date: 2019-03-29
Powerful stuff but as a piece of cinema it’s more aptly titled “A Mess”
Sarah Dagger-Nickson’s debut full-length feature appears at first to be so rich in possibilities, namely exploring the lacerating effects on an abuse survivor’s mental state and the challenges of coping with the after effects of violence and it’s perpetuating cycle. Add to that the concept of a for-hire crusading, powerful woman righting wrongs on all domestic abusers (yes, she does go after neglectful mothers too, it turns out). You can see why any number of talented actresses (and Olivia Wilde is surely one) would want to tear into something so juicy, complex, and fraught with likely untidy ends.

What’s jaw-dropping about “A Vigilante” is that it never tries for anything but a standard B- or C-tier genre tone like “Death Wish” in the film’s first half. This is a film that aims for character study but still wants to grub about in quick-and-dirty revenge-action muck. Oh yes, Wilde does more than her share of teeth-gnashing and bed-clawing, crying and screaming her lungs out, but Dagger-Nickson either couldn’t be bothered with writing any supporting characters for Wilde’s Sadie to play off of who could elicit anything more revealing about her character than tacit thankful “My Heroine” platitudes and grateful tears. It is true that many survivors of abuse are emotionally shutdown, and Sadie surely is in the first part of this film, at least in a coherent expository way — but it doesn’t make for a very compelling or engaging story.

There are scenes that seem either misplaced or make next to no sense… like when Sadie walks into a bar and is almost immediately beset by a gang rape in the parking lot. It’s possible that she knew about the bar’s rep and went in to set them up, I guess. And then literally right in the middle of this film, we finally get Sadie’s own story in what appears at times to be a flashback, at other times not — again Dagger’s almost entirely visual script doesn’t yield many cogent clues.

I think what both disappointed and offended me most was how the last half of the film devolves into a (very leaden paced) slasher film (!), with Sadie attempting to stalk and kill her abuser only to have him bind her up, beat her mercilessly, then stomp on her arm with his hiking boots.

You can only guess how this ends… and that’s the problem. It also degrades the seriousness of the abuse issue by turning what might have been an introspective, challenging thriller into a cross between a damsel-in-distress torture-porn and a bogeyman movie.

I recently rewatched Talia Lugacy’s daring and twisted 2007 rape-revenge film “Descent” again (after giving it a pretty harsh review first-time out) and had to reconsider my comments, especially in light of “A Vigilante”. “Decent” documents an abused woman’s devolution into vigilantism as well, but also comments (even if it’s with only a shot of Rosario Dawson’s devastated face at the end) on what such a course of action might *really* emotionally provoke in a 3-D person. Even a plot-centric exposition that added conflict to “A Vigilante”, such as Sadie’s for-pay beat-downs being potentially exposed, would have made for more suspense.

I have no idea why Dagger-Nickson made this film. Is it a parable for empowerment or dangerous wish fulfillment? I’m not convinced she knows.

While the film doesn’t really *exploit* it’s inherent violence against the abusers for kicks, it doesn’t offer us anything interesting or unpredictable in it’s place either. It’s a long, unpleasant slog at 90 minutes, coming off as a raging, shrieking battle-cry with nothing at it’s core. Dagger-Nickson uses several lengthy sequences of Wilde pummeling her work out bag, obviously much going on behind her increasingly frustrated and enraged face.

Unfortunately, we get only that much from this director’s film… a lot of anger, but not much coherence or narrative satisfaction. It’s got a lot to say, I think, if only someone could figure out what that was and put a voice to it, either visually or audibly. And, in my universe anyway, that makes it a failure as a film.

Review By: bob_meg Rating: 2 Date: 2019-04-14

Other Information:

Original Title A Vigilante
Release Date 2019-03-29
Release Year 2018

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 31 min (91 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Crime, Drama, Mystery
Director Sarah Daggar-Nickson
Writer Sarah Daggar-Nickson
Actors Olivia Wilde, Morgan Spector, Kyle Catlett
Country United States
Awards 3 nominations
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


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Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
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Printed Film Format Digital (Digital Cinema Package DCP)

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Original title A Vigilante
TMDb Rating 5.5 255 votes

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