After years spent on the frontlines as a combat soldier, Ali (Ruby Rose) returns to New York City struggling to reassimilate to civilian life. She begins to form a tentative friendship with her neighbors and their young children. However, when a notorious street gang closes in to leave the family destitute, Ali quickly realizes that her unique skills may be the only thing that prevents the family from losing everything. Directed by Ryûhei Kitamura. Jean Reno and Aksel Hennie co-star.~Maggie Sadler
Start to finish this was a great action flick. Jean Reno is always good and he did especially well as a bad guy you liked to hate. This was my first Ruby Rose movie and it won't be my last. What a fine action hero.
I'm a Jean Reno fan, but did not know Ruby Rose. Now I'm a fan of both. I enjoyed the movie from start to finish. The plot kept my interest, had some unexpected twists, and presented a good ending. The acting and character mix was well done, and there was an ample supply of terrific martial arts throughout. All in all, the Doorman was a great movie, and well worth the purchase.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Owned for 1 week when reviewed.
I thought it was very good, lost of action along with suspense. Rose can really kick some a...
I've seen the mixed reviews for this movie. I don't have any high expectations other than being amused and entertained. It good to see something that can have your mind suspended from the current reality we live and this delivered. The plot may have been over done, but I was still entertained and was action packed.
My wife and I were not able to see this movie in our local movie theater and am happy we were able to purchase it at a good price from BestBuy and am looking forward to watching it as often as we want.