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The Courier

  • Rated R
  • HD and SD formats available

independent, special interest


In a business that asks no questions, THE COURIER (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), is the best out there, but he wasn't expecting a deal like this.

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Audience Reviews

1 star

A dull and painful mess that seems like a clumsy mix of The Transporter, Angel Heart and Kill Bill, forcing us to put up with an unbelievably stupid protagonist amidst embarrassing clichs, a lot of godawful dialogue, absurd plot holes and a ridiculous ending.

- blacksheepboy, Wednesday, December 26, 2012

0 star

"I really like Jeffrey Dean and Mickey Rourke, but man was this movie just awful. I was hoping for a low budgest action film that would surprise me by being good. But unfortuantely, it was just a bad low budget movie with dodgy acting. I have seen much, much, much better acting and movies come from both of these actors. Not even their performances, which were not that great either, help this film. It is poorly directed, scripted, acted, and casted. Nothing I can think of stands out as being good in this flick. This is actually a movie I would consider people skip. I know I usually say see it, make up your own mind, but not with this one."

- LWOODS04, Saturday, January 5, 2013

3 stars

A stylish, intriguing and hard-edged crime-thriller. It's The Transporter meets Lucky Number Slevin. A tough and slick film packed with razor-sharp suspense, quick-trigger action and a solid cast. Director, Hany Abu-Assad crafts a fast-paced, compelling and carefully scribed film with darkly engaging characters and a surprising story that keeps you guessing right to the end and leaves it open. Jeffrey Dean Morgan gives a strong and fiery performance, he is amazing leading man material. Morgan has such depth in his eyes, that shows the darkness and regret of his character but also his unique approach to be vulnerable.

- allan913, Tuesday, February 5, 2013