10 Minutes Gone (2019) - Action, Crime, Mystery

Hohum Score

17

Watchable

A crime thriller that centers on a man whose memory has been lost due to a bank heist gone wrong. The character will need to piece together the missing 10 minutes from his memory in order to determine who sabotaged him.

IMDB: 3.6
Director: Brian A. Miller
Stars: Bruce Willis, Michael Chiklis
Length: 89 Minutes
PG Rating: R
Reviews: 36 out of 104 found boring (34.61%)

One-line Reviews (46)

The biggest disappointment though was the lazy, cliche-ridden, over-used bollocks where the hit-man walks away from an exploding building without looking back.

I fell asleep in the movie theater a few times.

The plot of the movie was so super predictable, in the first seconds that blonde woman came on screen i already knew she did it.

Guys with machine guns who couldn't hit the ground if they tried, shooting guns with one hand, walking toward the camera in sunglasses in slow motion with an explosion behind you, the "surprise" villain at the end monologuing and providing exposition for the viewers who fell asleep for the first 80 minutes.

What formulaic rubbish with more plot holes than a teabag.

Very simple movie, predictable but enjoyable.

Worst, most predictable movie ever .

Bruce Willis stands around in an empty office and woodenly reads some lines (maybe they just filmed the rehearsals ?

One of the worst movies I've seen in a long time, and I'm a big Chiklis fan!

Totally plotless, bad acting, bed actors and horrible plot.

I liked the movie, but the actress that played Claire was so stiff and boring.

Cliché-ridden nonsense .

cliche after cliche arrives with straight faces.

I liked this movie for its very positive end which unlike in most movies is predictable and negative, this one also looked predictable, but at the very end many twists happened, and movie left us with emotions of honor, trust, hope.

complete waste of time

I wanted to turn it off at about 5 different parts, thinking that if I had a $10,000 budget I could find about 12 people in my own neighborhood to play these characters; get a couple of cameramen at the local university and do better than this.

Don't waste your time!!!.

if you haven't seen it, don't waste your time, there's 80+ minutes you will never get back...

Don't waste your time .

Don't waste your time.

Bored to death!

Worst movie ever!

The twist is predictable though and absurd.

Wish I had read this before I saw this movie Don't waste your time!

It was a complete waste of time...

This movie was predictable from the opening scene , and if you need someone to explain the ending of this movie, You really shouldn't watch it.

Unwatchable .

Don't waste your time watching this movie .

Formulaic dross.

Simple but entertaining .

So OK, "Gone" has empty, streamlined shootouts where no one really hits a target.

This is one of the worst movies ever, comparable to Ghost Rider 2.

Don't bother, very formulaic & predictable.

Bored to freaking death!

This movie is unwatchable.

A wooden script and everything cliche.

10 Minutes Gone is part Heat, part Ronin, part Vantage Point as a whodunit, and as exciting as that should sound, unfortunately when packaged in a low-budget poorly-directed action thriller, it's a disappointment.

So, it's kind of very predictable.

More of a light strole from A to B, than an Adrenaline Rush.

Confusing camera and editing, bad acting, ridiculous dialog, confusing story.

Miller's gritty "10 Minutes Gone," a lackluster heist caper about a flawed bank robbery, lensed in Cincinnati, Ohio, barely passes muster with a formulaic plot any ten-year old could figure out.

The acting sucks and the story is always predictable.

The trite plot was delivered on a silver platter with acting so poor I literally thought some of the characters were CGI.

I already found it pretty weird that in the beginning the credits were and the credits took also way too long so I should've known the movie would suck.

Boring movie for bored actors .

We have most of the movie seemingly filmed very quickly in derelict buildings and back alleys, hardly any set dressings, action sequences that are extremely routine and boring, a boring and unsuspensful main story thread, a performance by lead actor Michael Chiklis that suggests extreme displeasure and pain of being in this project, and a "surprise twist" near the end that you will guess long before it actually happens.