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The Man from Toronto 


I saw a preview for The Man from Toronto and thought the movie could be funny. It has Kevin Hart and Woody Harrelson in it. Kevin Hart plays the role of Teddy who happens to be a grade A flake. He can't do simple things like change a lightbulb, or change the toner. He takes his wife Lori on a wonderful trip for her birthday at an Airbnb. Thanks to the low toner Teddy winds up at the wrong house. Please note there will be spoilers in this review.

Teddy is mistaken for The Man from Toronto. His job is to extract information out of someone these guys have been torturing. Teddy stumbles his way through and gets the bad guys their information. The FBI invade and capture everyone. They put Teddy in the field to continue to pretend to be The Man from Toronto so they can catch this bad guy trying to release a dirty bomb. Along the way the real The Man from Toronto is tracking what is going on. Who is trying to steal his payday and why?

The issues families will have with The Man from Toronto are bad language, violence, blood, and more. The Man from Toronto is very predictable. The angry, mean assassin winds up growing a heart and wanting a normal life. The absolute and total screw up winds up getting stronger and tougher in the process. Along the way the two wind up building a friendship. The ending shows that quite well.

There are numerous humorous moments within The Man from Toronto. Teddy accidently cuts a guys face and messes up his eye. When he tells the guy to open his eye lid so he can see he throws up on him and another guy. The guy they are looking for admits who he is and the bad guys applaud The Man from Toronto for being so good at his job. Teddy also drops the knives in that same interrogation.

The Man from Toronto is a very predictable and throw away action adventure comedy movie. The Man from Toronto fits the streaming model quite well. I will most likely completely forget about this movie within a few months. Kevin Hart and Woody Harrelson both play their roles quite well. They are believable in these situations. I find it neat that they gave advice to one another. The contact less boxing is still a really dumb idea. How do you know who wins?
- Paul


Graphics: 60%
Sound: 55%
Replay/Extras: 60%
Gameplay: 65%
Family Friendly Factor: 55%

System: Netflix
Publisher: Sony Pictures
Developer: Escape Artists
Rating: ‘PG-13’ - Parents Strongly Cautioned For THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY {violence throughout, some strong language and suggestive material}

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