Repo Men - cinema review & watch trailer
Starring: Jude Law, Forrest Whittaker
Director: Miguel Sapochnik
Yet another remake of an old 80’s mediocre classic, Repo men, brings a new dimension to the torture porn genre. While not a very good movie at all, it also plumbs new depths in depravity and close shock tactics which will leave you bored, disgusted and utterly repulsed.
Set in the near future, the story surrounds Remy (Jude Law) a repo man for a shady company called The Union. The company specialise in human organs on credit, so if you need a new heart, liver or kidney, “The Union” will sell you one on tick. The only downside to this is that if you don’t keep up your repayments, the company send around Remy and his associates to take back what is theirs, with no concern for your safety or survival.
The tables are turned on Remy however, when he needs a new heart and goes to his employers to avail of their credit agreement. But things take a turn for the nasty when Remy is unable to keep up the extortionate payments on his new heart and must fight too evade The Union’s repo men.
With a supporting cast that includes the normally brilliant For