Pain & Gain Reviews

Posted on Apr 25, 2013

Nelson here…

Take a look at some of the review ‘Pain & Gain’ is getting.

“One of the best films of the year. A truly great American drama.” “Dwayne Johnson gives the best performance of his career. Prepare to be amazed.” – Jake Hamilton, FOX-TV

“You’ll remember and talk about forever! Like Pulp Fiction…without the fiction!!!” – Mark S. Allen KMAX-TV

“The guy flick of 2013. Insanely Funny. An early candidate for the guy flick of 2013, Pain & Gain is violent, deeply nasty and insanely funny. The way-over-the-top star trio of Wahlberg, Johnson and Mackie are such loveably despicable meatheads, they’re like The Three Stooges– only with bulging biceps, strippers, kidnapping, extortion, a chainsaw, and buckets of blood.” – Stephen Rebello, PLAYBOY

“Perfectly cast, P&G plays like the Coen Brothers on steroids. Hilariously dark and nearly impossible to believe, the true story cements Michael Bay as an auteur and offers his very bestwork to date.” – Silas Lesnick,COMING SOON

“Outrageously entertaining.” – Marlow Stern, NEWSWEEK

“It’s deeply dark, disturbed and depraved and the more I think about it, the more I really like it.” – Billy Donnelly AIN’T IT COOL NEWS

“Mark Wahlberg, Dwayne Johnson and the rest of the cast are amazing in this film! A disturbing story of ambition and envy that is fed by narcissism and drugs.” – Julian Molina MSN LATINO

“It’s so intriguingly dark and dumb you can’t look away. This is definitely a new spin for a Michael Bay film destined to be one of his classics. This pitch dark comedy is a must-see!” –Ashley Samour, MTV

“The Rock gives the best performance of his career. A weird, entertaining, amalgamation of ‘Pulp Fiction’, ‘Very Bad Things’ and ‘Bad Boys’.” – Germain Lussier / SLASHFILM

“Pain and Gain is the most original, shocking, surprising and hilarious movie of the year. So crazy, so surprising it could only be true.” – Greg Russell MOVIE SHOW

“Absolutely one of the craziest true stories I’ve ever seen on a movie screen. It’s also fantastic.” – Steve Weintraub / COLLIDER