Boss Level

    Boss Level


    A former special forces agent is trapped in a time loop and relives his death over and over again. To escape the terrible situation, he must track down those responsible and stop them.

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    • Frank GrilloRoy Pulver
    • Mel GibsonColonel Clive Ventor
    • Naomi WattsJemma Wells
    • Annabelle WallisAlice
    • Ken JeongChef Jake
    • Will SassoBrett
    • Selina LoGuan Yin
    • Meadow WilliamsPam
    • Michelle YeohDai Feng
    • Mathilde OllivierGabrielle


    • 75


      It’s a star part, and Grillo commands it. Most importantly, he gets you to invest in Roy enough that, even without a controller in your hands, you never feel like you’re simply watching someone else play a videogame. With no pixels in sight, Grillo gives “Boss Level” the thing most videogame movie riffs lack: a pulse.
    • 75

      Chicago Sun-Times

      This is Grillo’s film to carry, and he pulls it off with a combination of brute force and light charm.
    • 75

      San Francisco Chronicle

      It’s nothing groundbreaking, just good-humored bloody action directed at a frenetic pace, clocking in at about an hour and a half. Sometimes you need a little bit of fun, and Boss Level delivers.
    • 70

      Los Angeles Times

      Boss Level takes a well-worn gag and injects energy, showing the genre is still a game worth playing.
    • 67

      The Film Stage

      A violent lark playing fast and loose with its science fiction so Grillo can have a blast.
    • 65


      For those craving an action distraction, it's a reasonably entertaining way to kill time.
    • 50


      By the end of Boss Level, you may feel a lot like Pulver. Putting “Groundhog Day” on action steroids, the film has a patina of cleverness that’s pleasing enough, but you’ve seen it before. And you’ll see it again.
    • 42

      The A.V. Club

      While Carnahan’s sense of humor has always been juvenile, in Stretch it at least benefitted from a gonzo factor and the crucial quality of having funny parts. Boss Level, however, is clumsy from the jump, with lame gags and a ceaseless, obtrusive voice-over that is always telling us why the next part is funny or what’s happening on screen (in case the viewer is distracted by their phone).