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Review: What a load of rubbish! Right from the beginning, when Dyer meets the girl in the woods, I thought the plot was strange because she was acting really weird but he still took her back to his place. From there, the girl keeps on doing strange things but he still puts up with her rubbish, no matter how odd her sketchy past sounds. The acting was pretty poor and the storyline was completely ridiculous. The poster and the title, Bloodshot, is very misleading because the whole film is based around the relationship between Dyer and this strange girl. When. The plot unfolds, the film just seems like a waste of time and it wasn't that well thought through by the director. Disappointing!
Round-Up: Although Danny Dyer does show some emotion in this movie, it doesn't save this badly made, pointless film which had no way to go right from the beginning. I was hoping for a major twist which would have made the film slightly interesting, but it's very one toned and pretty boring. I don't know why the director chose to make Dyer sound gay and the Drew Barrymore looking female character seemed to over act all the way through the film. Anyway, this just has to be yet another bad day at the office for Dyer, but at least he has Eastenders to fall back on.
I recommend this movie to people who are into their strange dramas about a man who helps a woman whilst jogging in the park and ends up falling in love with her, even though she has a sketchy past. 1/10
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