Movie Review: ROAD HOUSE

Movie Review: ROAD HOUSE


Director: Doug Liman
Starring: Jake Gyllenhaal, Conor McGregor, Jessica Williams, Billy Magnussen, Lukas Gage, BK Cannon, Daniela Melchior, Post Malone, Arturo Castro

Patrick Swayze’s 1989 cult classic Road House was sexy, violent, and very macho. It’s now getting the remake treatment with Jake Gyllenhaal stepping into Swayze’s shoes. The remake of Road House opens with an exciting and rough cage match with Post Malone as Carter kicking ass in a scrappy ring taking down his opponent. Then walks in Jake Gyllenhaal as Dalton who seemingly scares him off as Carter refuses to fight Dalton. It’s a seedy, non-professional environment, but everyone remembers that Dalton is a former UFC fighter. It’s there where Dalton is approached by Frankie (Jessica Williams) to come work as a security guard at her bar, a road house aptly named, The Road House. Dalton reluctantly accepts and quickly learns there’s a reputation for the Road House. It’s a place where bottles are broken, fights break out, and macho tough guys think they rule the place. Dalton learns the hard way, and despite being able to hold his own, he finds himself caught up in a crime family looking to kill their way into owning the Road House. Streaming exclusively on Prime Video

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