Savage Dog (2017) - Action, Drama

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A story set in Indochina in 1959, a land beyond rule and a time without mercy and the birth of a legend.

IMDB: 4.9
Director: Jesse V. Johnson
Stars: Scott Adkins, Marko Zaror
Length: 94 Minutes
PG Rating: TV-14
Reviews: 4 out of 33 found boring (12.12%)

One-line Reviews (16)

Id give this one a miss, much better action movies it there to waste you time with.

but the movie itself, is entertaining...

Anyway, worth watching for Adkins fans.

Only thing enjoyable was the final fight scene.

I think she is actually the daughter of Steiner, I think, but that also went nowhere.

The man is dull and lifeless much like Van Damme and Lungren were when they first started out in the industry.

It was actually entertaining enough for what it turned out to be, just don't get your expectations up too high.

The movie starts out decent, and based off the opening fight I'm expecting entertaining fight choreography to continue throughout the film.

In fact, it's pretty brutal, exciting, and bloody at times; whoever provided the fake blood for this movie probably comfortably retired when filming was completed.

SAVAGE DOG is a hugely entertaining action B-movie from the reliably great British action star Scott Adkins.

The story was straight forward, albeit quite predictable and generic.

Gore effects are utilised by CGI and look decent throughout, while the supporting cast is packed with engaging familiar faces: the hulking Marko Zaror as the bad guy, Keith David as the narrator, Cung Le as a soldier, Juju Chan as the romantic interest, Matthew Marsden as a British agent.

There are also some slow patches that will on occasion have the viewer telling the movie to simply get on with it.

I expected fantastic choreography, from high flying strikes, as well as fast paced combats...

Adkins plays the role of "Mark" an Irish ex-soldier turned street fighter, he's deadly with his hands & feet & really shows his outstanding fighting skills in this action packed Thriller.

Clearly a waste of time...