Welcome To The Punch Movie Review

Welcome To The Punch


The trailer basically piece every exciting scene together leaving you puzzled after watching. Haha, I am just kidding. It is a very creative way of piecing this trailer. It sends you the thrills and makes you want to watch the movie. Like the movie title says, welcome to the punch, it is a place worth find out where. Movie debut on 18 July 2013, don't miss it.


Clearly portrayed, the battle between the two guys.

Movie Review: 
The outcome was unexpected. I mean the good still captured the bad guys but what comes in in between was good. Although Jacob Sternwood came back for his son which seems that he is in trouble, Jacob places himself in great danger too. Max Lewinsky then had the opportunity to capture him again after the last incident. What's surprises me is that later in the movie, they had to work together in order to survive. It left you the mystery question. Did Max capture Jacob? & what happens to Jacob's son.

Here is a summary of the movie:

Welcome To The Punch is the second feature from Shifty writer-director Eran Creevy and producers Rory Aitken and Ben Pugh. The film focuses on the relationship between detective Max Lewinsky and Ex-criminal Jacob Sternwood, focusing on the moment Jacob’s son is involved in a heist gone wrong, forcing him to return to London from his Icelandic hideaway. This gives Max another chance to take down the man he’s always been after, a man who has humiliated and physically scarred him. With the two men set on an unremitting collision course, they come across a deeper conspiracy that they will both need to solve in order to survive.

Written and directed by BAFTA nominated Eran Creevy (Shifty), Welcome To The Punch is a crime-thriller shot in and around the modern city-scapes of London including the banking centre of Canary Wharf and the city’s rejuvenated East End. The film stars James McAvoy (X-Men: First Class, Wanted, Atonement, The Last King Of Scotland), Mark Strong (Sherlock Holmes; Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy), and Andrea Riseborough (W.E.), along with Peter Mullan (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Tyrannosaur), David Morrissey (Nowhere Boy, The Other Boleyn Girl), Daniel Mays (Shifty) and Johnny Harris (The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus).

Directed by Eran Creevy

James McAvoy
Mark Strong
Andrea Riseborough

Genre: Action/ Adventure/ Crime

Rating: NC16 (Violence and Coarse Language)

Once again, thank you OMYSg for the chance to catch this before it air! (:
♥, joey


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