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He Never Died (2015)

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Jack, a social outcast, is thrust out of his comfort zone when the outside world bangs on his door and he can't contain his violent past.

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Jack
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Kate Greenhouse ...
Cara
Jordan Todosey ...
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Steve (as David Richmond Peck)
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Short
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Goatee Man
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Alex
Scott Edgecombe ...
Bartender
Robert Thomas ...
Bathroom Man
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Ben
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Clerk
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Derrick
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Flying Man
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Gary
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Jack's in a rut. Depression and severe anti-social behavior has whittled down his existence to sleeping and watching television. He spends his days in a diner, playing church bingo and sleeping. When some hired thugs show up Jack's life is stirred up and the question of his existence comes to light. Written by Anonymous

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Bullets. Blood. Bingo. See more »


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Rated R for bloody violence and language throughout | See all certifications »

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18 December 2015 (USA)  »

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Ele Nunca Morre  »

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The coat Jack wears throughout is an American Eagle brand jacket. See more »

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Jack recites a phrase in Vulgate Latin, "Leginum... Convictio... Scientia... Veritate," to mean basically, "Knowledge of the law, conviction of the truth." In actuality, this Latin translation is gibberish. "SCIENTIAM LEGIS CONVICTIONEM VERITATIS" would be the more appropriate way to write it (Romans didn't use punctuation or lowercase letters) and it would sound like "shy-EN-ti-em le-JI-s cum-VE-SI-tinam uer-ee-TA-tis." A character as old as Cain who lived during the time of the Romans would have spoken it fluently, and even if it was a little rusty, it wouldn't translate to gibberish. See more »

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Cara: Look... I know you walk all the time
Jack: Yep... How far you going ?
Cara: It's about 12 blocks
Jack: You'll be alright
[as he turns and walks away]
Cara: Yeah... I'll be fine... Well... see ya
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Melancholy Man
Written by Michael Thomas Pinder
Performed by The Moody Blues
Couresty of Universal Records
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Sternly charming and devilishly funny in his perpetual longevity.
21 December 2015 | by (Indonesia) – See all my reviews

Mythical entity or immortal is usually portrayed as suave gentleman with silver tongue in cinema, however it's utterly surprising that Terminator-esque robotic personality with tendency to be overly literal in his speech proves to be equally appealing. The whole set-up works due to the main lead Henry Rollins, who is truly an unorthodox cast as his works primarily consists of voice acting and hosting documentary in History Channel, yet he's displaying a knack for comedy and action almost effortlessly.

This is a sort of mix between the vengeance theme movies like John Wick or Equalizer from last year with incredibly odd lead character in Jack (Henry Rollins). He is straightforward and awkward in mannerism, nearly devoid of any formality yet still remains serendipitously humorous. Rollins can even be frightening if needs be, a complete package for comedy thriller.

It's an example of the actors fits the character so well that it can be amusing even when doing mundane things like playing bingo. The two supporting cast Jordan Todosey as Andrea and Kate Greenhouse as Cara are good addition. They make some of the more hilarious scenes simply because the contrasting nature against Jack's rigidity, especially Cara who tiptoes between silly love interest, reluctant accomplish and mild comedy relief.

There is a good balance of violence action for every humor thrown at the gritty tone. The blood and gore come out of nowhere, which just add to the shocking effect from normal setting of small city's diner and apartments. By utilizing the gap between humor and violence, it creates an indifference mood that might be overblown elsewhere, but with the deliberate presentation of the nihilist main character, the movie remains entertaining on both aspects.

This is an immortality angle done right, with intense excessive brutality, fun jab at humor and an impeccable actor as the near superhero and terribly jaded lead.


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