cross-posted from A Catholic View
Warning: Potential Spoilers
Mel Gibson is Tom Craven, a Boston detective. When his daughter comes to visit, she is killed in front of his house. At first, it is not clear which one was the target. The more Tom looks into it, the more he discovers about why she was killed and who did it.
I really enjoyed the storyline and the action, but my main problem was the audio quality. Many of the people spoke in a garbled manner that was difficult to understand.
Content Warning: The main content warning is language. The F word is used a lot throughout the movie. As you'd expect, there is also plenty of violence.
The final scene is a death scene, but it is actually quite uplifting.
Overall, I'd give it a "see it" :)