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Review: “Snitch” Starts Strong But Ends With A Whimper

Posted in Movies, News, Reviews by - February 21, 2013
Review: “Snitch” Starts Strong But Ends With A Whimper


The Film Geekery Five Pointer Review gives you a simple break down of five things about the film that were good or bad or just interesting trivial tidbits. We also give you a simple synopsis of the plot with no spoilers, instead of telling you the whole movie like some reviewers do. I’m looking at you Roger Ebert.

The Rock in Snitch

The new film Snitch stars Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson as a father who goes undercover for the DEA in order to free his son who was imprisoned after being set up in a drug deal. It’s directed by Ric Roman Waugh and also stars Susan Sarandon, John Bernthal(The Walking Dead,) JD Pardo(TV show Revolution,) and Benjamin Bratt among others.

Film Geekery’s Five Pointer Review of Snitch:

  1. The Rock actually does a decent job pulling off the emotional and tense moments of this picture. Even though he’s strong-willed, you can see his vulnerability as a character. I think it’s one of his best roles that shows his range as an actor.
  2. Susan Sarandon on the other hand showed up to get a check. It’s like she filmed this on her break from other more important roles.
  3. The film is based on the true story of James Settembrino who assisted prosecutors by providing information about other drug dealers. He did this in an attempt to lower the sentence for his son. You can check out his interview with PBS’ Frontline here.
  4. Stop with the shaky camera shots. We get it. You make the camera more shaky to increase the realism of the story, but at some point the shaky camera effect gets old and tiresome and very headachey. It takes you out of the realism and comes off as bad comerawork. It’s okay to use it sparingly but when you use it throughout, it just makes me want to start a Kickstarter campaign to buy them a tripod or steadicam rig.
  5. The film starts off strong but ends on a whimper. The story builds to a certain degree but then skips to a tidy resolution. It doesn’t earn it. There’s not even a big fight between Johnson and the main baddie Bratt. It feels like a half a movie and it robs you of the big action ending.

Overall, Snitch was a better movie than what I expected and Johnson gives one of his best performances, but the film had a disappointing final act. Recommendation: Wait for it on Redbox.

This post was written by Christopher G. Moore
Christopher has a lifelong love for movies ever since he set his eyes on Star Wars in the theaters. He's also an award-winning filmmaker whose short films have screened at film festivals across the country. He's currently working on the script to his first feature, a horror musical.

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