Road Rash Reviews

Exposed ReviewOuch!

Cert 15 | 102 mins | 2016

exposedcover1st Turkey of the Year!

and it’s nowhere near Thanksgiving.

Drab, Boring and Misleading!

Declan Dale has really hit rock bottom with this dull as ditch water piece of police mystery. But as a first film hopefully he can only move up. With Hollywood A-Listers as your puppets this should have been a far better showing.

exposedgalbanDetective Galban (Keanu Reeves, Knock Knock, 47 Ronin, Much Ado About Nothing, Henry’s Crime) is a man with grief and anger in his heart as his police partner and close friend has been killed and his body left in an underground subway.

He wants to find out who killed him and serve justice upon them, but he comes up against resistance from his fellow officers. Even his Lieutenant, Galway (Christopher McDonald, The Iron Giant) is reticent for Galban to dig too deep into the affairs of his ex-partner.

exposedjanGalban’s widow Janine (Mira Sorvino, Mimic) just wants to forget about it, put it behind her and collect her widows pension.

With the danger of Galban’s drug deals becoming the disgrace of the police department as Galway doggedly digs into the evidence, witnesses and leads start turning up devoid of life.

exposedisabelHis investigations lead him to a young devout Latino girl Isabel De La Cruz (Ana de Armas, Sex, Party and Lies) who lives within an extended family in the city.

She is in the belief that her life has been blessed from above and she sees things that defy physics and are possibly other worldly. With Galway keep turning up corpses, he is concerned that Miss Cruz may well end up the same.

This all leads to a very dull film that just has you wondering why you just spent one hour and forty two minutes of your life watching it. But if you are a die-hard Reeves fan then you will want it, to add to your collection, just be prepared to wipe the dust off it every several years or so.

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DirectorDeclan Dale
GenreCrime, Drama, Mystery
StarringKeanu Reeves, Ana de Armas, Sandy Tejada, Ariel Pacheco, Christopher McDonald
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