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  • It seems that I wasn’t the only one not to be impressed because Wahlberg managed to be nominated for a Razzie Award for his role in this movie
  • Another disadvantage is the fact that Moore isn’t a very experienced director and so he failed to see the weak points of his movie

    • by Janet
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      I really enjoy watching Mark Wahlberg’s movies because he manages to come up with a different and exciting project every time. I must also admit that ‘Max Payne’ failed to impress me because it is not the kind of project one can link with this actor. It seems that I wasn’t the only one

      not to be impressed because Wahlberg managed to be nominated for a Razzie Award for his role in this movie.

      This John Moore movie is about a police detective, Max Payne who investigates his sister’s death only to end up forming part of a conspiracy. One weak point of this movie is the script. The ...


      • audience fails to get really involved in what happens in this film. Another disadvantage is the fact that Moore isn’t a very experienced director and so he failed to see the weak points of his movie.

        The only thing that I was very impressed about is the actor, Amaury Nolasco who interprets the role

        of the evil guy. We are used watching this actor interpret the role of good guy in the TV series, Prison Break. It is great to see him interpret a more challenging character.

        It is a true pity that ‘Max Payne’ is a movie that fails to impress the audience. Wahlberg was involved in much better movie projects!




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