THE COLD LIGHT OF DAY (Theatrical Release USA 2012)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 3.8|5.0 Starsììì

The Cold Light of Day
shows Bruce Willis without the charisma he showed in Die Hard and other action flicks. Henry Cavill, not a good casting choice here, has a difficult time juggling ‘ordinary kid’ with sophistication, almost as if he can’t make up his mind who he is. The script has a decent theme, but the portrayal of that script doesn’t work at any level. The best and strongest portrayal of character award goes to Sigourney Weaver. The film on a whole is a disappointment.

Film Poster Courtesy of Wikipedia


Will (Henry Cavill) goes to Spain for a family visit and runs into more than he bargained.

Additional Thanks

Thank You to Director Mabrouk El Mechri for directing effort. Thank you to Executive Producers Mark Canton, Jesus Amancio Jaquez Hernandez,  Matthew Perniciaro, Scott Wiper, and Steven Zaillian for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Lucia (Veronica Echegui), Martin (Bruce Willis), Carrack (Sigourney Weaver), Gorman (Joseph Mawle), Laurie (Caroline Goodall), Josh (Rafi Gavron), Dara (Emma Hamilton), Esmael (Michael Budd), Zahir (Roschdy Zem), Maximo (Óscar Jaenada), Dixon (Joe Dixon), and Meckler (Jim Piddock).
Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

 Maybe. The film has action, but no cool. It’s not the usual quality expected in a movie with Bruce Willis.

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