Haywire Movie Reviews

Posted by: Jen on January 17, 2012

Haywire movie reviews

The Haywire movie reviews are out and most of them are positive.

Rollingstone.com:

Into the cinematic dead zone of January comes Haywire to kick off the new movie year on a sexy action high.

Tri-cityherald.com:

Move over Angelina Jolie. Machismo feminine style got an upgrade. Gina Carano is beautiful. Built and bad. I’m totally in love. And guys, I don’t think I’m alone here.

Three Movie Buffs:

Hey Hollywood, here’s your Wonder Woman!

Real.com:

Carano and Soderbergh have actually created a possible franchise in the character – like a tangible Lara Croft…

Hollywood.com:

Having grown accustomed to waif-like “action heroines,” it’s refreshing to witness an actress who can deliver a knockout blow – and take one – with some credulity.

Salon.com :

“Haywire” is a lean, clean production, shot and edited by Soderbergh himself and utterly free of the incoherent action sequences and overcooked special effects that plague similarly scaled Hollywood pictures.

Thereeldeal.co :

Gina Carano is the real deal, holding her own against male counterparts like Channing Tatum, Michael Fassbender, and Antonio Banderas, and giving Haywire a whole lot of punch.

Rotten Tomatoes Gives it “Certified Fresh” 82% Rating:
Summary of all reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

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2 Responses to Haywire Movie Reviews

  1. Cheryl says:

    I’m a woman and a athlete, and I love action flicks, so this movie was a given for me. Sadly there isn’t much in the way of female action stars. What is there coming out of Hollywood, really? Maybe two if you count Jennifer Garner and Jessica Biel. They are the few actresses who aren’t under 90 pounds and look athletic enough to be believable in their roles. Throw in some camera tricks and stunt doubles and it doesn’t look half bad.
    The cool thing about Gina — she doesn’t have to look believable — she IS. She doesn’t need stunt doubles or camera tricks. You don’t need that stuff when you have a wicked kick and a devastating right hook.
    I’ve always been a Conviction fan so I was almost giddy when I heard about this movie. Gina — kicking butt on the big screen — who couldn’t love that? Even my husband loves her. Can’t say I blame him. She is pretty dang awesome.
    Keep it up, Gina. Hollywood needs you.

  2. Greg Maifeld says:

    HI gina, greetings to you, hey a fantastic movie performance from your supernatural talents, it was fantastic. I trained in Japanese traditional karate for 17 years. shotokan and Kykyshinkai. I was wonddering if you might be open to corresponding about the bushido and some chi Kung. For I would love to train again, Drunk driver ran into me in Huntington Beach, Ca.

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