It’s no surprise then that even though Extraction is directed by Sam Hargrave and not Russo, it remains a decent movie that has Hemsworth in the believable role of black market mercenary Tyler Rake. Rake takes on a deadly mission to rescue Ovi (Rudhraksh Jaiswal) the kidnapped son of an imprisoned international crime lord.
Thanks to a well written and edited story outline, Extraction is a very engaging film that had me locked in from beginning to end – thanks to well choreographed, brutal fight sequences, gun fights and some unexpected twists and turns.
When I wasn’t at the edge of my seat hoping that Rake and young Ovi survive every attempt at their lives, I was concerned for Rake’s emotional well being because of his own personal trauma that was alluded to at he start.
If I had to choose a favourite scene, it would be the emotional moment that happens on the bridge at the end. I didn’t expect to react to that as strongly as I did. Protagonist Hemsworth’s performance as Tyler Rake is my favourite but I also really enjoyed the work of Randeep Hooda who is great as Saju.
Watch Extraction because it’s a good action film that probably won’t have you too mad that the focus is more on the action and stunts than the story. You’ll also find out how well an action movie set in Dhaka, Bangladesh can turn out.
Lastly, enjoy the nostalgia that comes with watching a movie that features at least three members of the Marvel universe. Namely Hemsworth (Thor), David Harbour (Red Guardian from Black Widow) and Russo (as mentioned above).
Happy Film Loving