This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Lots of interesting pieces here, but sadly little care is given to how those pieces fit together, and the ending really exacerbates the issues.
As many reviews mention, this is more or less a cross between Death Wish and Se7en (Review), but it is less cohesive or tonally decisive than either.
The absolutely brutal opening is so violent, so in-your-face, and so over-the-top that its depiction is questionable, perhaps unnecessarily gut-wrenching and gruesome.
That said, Clyde Shelton's (Gerard Butler's) subsequent…