Brick Mansions Review


Release Date:September 9, 2014
Studio: Relativity Media
Director: Camille Delamarre
Screenwriter: Luc Besson
Starring: Paul Walker,
Genre: Action
MPAA Rating: PG-13 (for frenetic gunplay, violence and action throughout, language, sexual menace and drug material)


Who is looking for some action and snarkiness this weekend? I went to the screening of Brick Mansions at Mission Valley on Wednesday. AWESOME MOVIE!
I was not disappointed and my other movie goers were very happy as well.

There was so much excitement. I never heard of David Belle, but that guy has some serious moves. I mean, acrobatic jumping, sliding through car windows and diving into building windows. There was action within the first 5 minutes of the movie. RZA also stars in this action packed film. I haven’t heard of that guy either…but he played a great villain.
My favorite was, Razor (and I have no idea what the actress’s name is), but she was BAD….as in BADASS (can I say that?)!

The premise of the film has to do with a community, Brick Mansions, in 2018 after a raid occurred it was closed off from the city. Paul Walker’s character, an undercover narcotics detective, basically goes on a revenge manhunt, to take down the key players after the slaying of his father, who was a decorated police officer.

Paul Walker….rest his soul. Never a disappointment in action movies. There were car chases, shooting (YESSS!!) and comedy. I can tell that there was some great onset chemistry (as in friendship) between David Belle and Paul Walker.

Go See Brick Mansions on April 25th. I loved it! Tweet when you see it and tag @BrickMansions #BrickMansions!!