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Skyscraper

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After traveling to Hong Kong, China, to take over the mission of keeping the security for, Pearl, one of the most famous and tallest building in the world, Will Sawyer, a FBI former agent and US war veteran, who is responsible for the security of the skyscraper, struggles against the terrorists who have burnt the building, as he has to find them and at the same time, he has his family trapped in the building.
Release:
IMDb:
5.9
Quality:
HD
Duration:
102 min
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ArtsHub
Even the film's hulking hero and its willingness to lean into its overblown nature can't keep this blockbuster alight, as much as Johnson, particularly, tries.
July 16, 2018
ReelViews
It would be fair to say that Skyscraper does what it sets out to do but the unambitious agenda isn't something I'm especially interested in watching.
July 14, 2018
The Monitor (McAllen, TX)
For Sarah, Will, and his leg sidekick, the maze of characters they must navigate is the tedious space between crazy scenes where anything, anything, anything can be saved with duct tape.
July 17, 2018
Detroit News
All "Skyscraper" has going for it is a tall building.
July 13, 2018
London Evening Standard
With a panache worthy of Oscar Wilde, Johnson delivers lines such as: "This is stupid!"
July 17, 2018
Black Girl Nerds
Although it was entertaining at times, 'Skyscraper' is not a film that one should go see if there are better options available. The feeling of déjà vu is just too unshakeable.
July 17, 2018
Cocalecas
Ironically, for a film about a violent massive fire, it is completely devoid of warmth. [Full review in Spanish]
July 16, 2018
Globe and Mail
Skyscraper itself defies gravity - and plain sense, and humour, and self-awareness, and most things even a dumb, hot-buttered blockbuster would have even a little of.
July 13, 2018
San Diego Reader
The pleasures here come from watching an extraordinary physical specimen go through a lo-tech workout routine thousands of feet above the ground as he tries to rescue his family from a burning superskyscraper.
July 13, 2018
Boston Globe
As a streaming option on a slow night or a long flight, the movie has its uses. But you've seen almost all of this before, with more wit and a better villain.
July 13, 2018