The Outsider 2014

Critics score:
5 / 100

Reviews provided by RottenTomatoes

Kyle Smith, New York Post: May Fairbrass the actor find a more interesting story than the one by Fairbrass the writer. Read more

Rex Reed, New York Observer: The Outsider is so far-fetched it redefines the word "preposterous" and is made doubly untidy by the star's clotted accent. Read more

Cary Darling, Fort Worth Star-Telegram/ The Outsider doesn't break the action movie mold in any way but it is an efficient little, low-budget crime thriller that has the good sense to not overstay its welcome. Read more

Stephen Whitty, Newark Star-Ledger: Given a lot of style, this could have been another "The Limey"; given even a bit more humor and flashier action sequences, it might have passed for another Statham picture. Read more

Elizabeth Weitzman, New York Daily News: Fairbrass moves stiffly through both the drama and fight scenes - as if he were underwater. Supporting parts in Jason Statham movies may be his calling, instead. Read more

Nicolas Rapold, New York Times: There's not enough here for even an imported action hero to work with. Read more

David Hiltbrand, Philadelphia Inquirer: Just know, then, that when the big caper finally arrives, you will neither grasp nor care about what's going on. Read more

Christy Lemire, "The Outsider" is a subpar version of "The Limey" starring a subpar version of Terence Stamp. Read more

Nick Schager, Village Voice: Fairbrass proves a hulking wannabe ass-kicker without much distinctive charisma, and his leaden performance is matched by sleepy, one-note supporting turns by the slumming-it Patric and Caan. Read more