Overall Rank: 13334
Average Rating: 2.2/4
# of Ratings: 212
Theatrical Release Date: 02/14/2003
Genre: Action, Crime
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Director: Mark Steven Johnson
Actors: Ben Affleck, Jennifer Garner, Colin Farrell, Michael Clarke Duncan, Jon Favreau, Ellen Pompeo
Plot: A blind man with heightened other senses fights crime in the city at night, and is a lawyer during the day.
Quick Movie Reviews
Matthew Brady - wrote on 07/31/2014
A movie that everybody mostly hates but I like.
Mohammad - wrote on 07/17/2012
The movie has such amazing dialogs but low cgi quatity
dukeakasmudge - wrote on 09/28/2011
Garbage.King Kong Bundy wouldve been great as Kingpin
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Lee - wrote on 01/04/2014
Although originally panned by the critics upon it's initial theatrical release director Mark Steven Johnson brings us his version of the tale of the blind lawyer turned superhero in 03's Daredevil. Wasn't a huge fan of the acting done here however I have it tagged as movies that are cool to watch on a crappy weather day so to speak.
I simply loved Colin Farrell (One of the more cooler actors on the planet) as chief Daredevil antagonist Bullseye especially the one scene where Bullseye is sitting at Kingpin's desk where when Kingpin returns to his office and asks him how he got past his security...Bullseye exclaims "What do you mean? That guy?" He points to the floor where the body of a security guard now lays with 3-4 pencils sticking out of his throat. Kingpin asks " Was that …
Yojimbo - wrote on 05/26/2012
After the success of Spiderman and X-Men, a rash of marvel adaptations was inevitable. Here Ben Affleck dons the leather catsuit to deal out vengeance ninja style as blind vigilante, Daredevil. All the ingredients are here; the flashy fight sequences, thumping soundtrack and origin backstory, and it all feels very familiar. It's overly florid direction and annoyingly conspicuous pop music soundtrack makes it seem more like MTV than a film in places and the attempts at humour do not really work, but the main problem is with the characters. They are uniformly bland and stereotypical, particularly Ben Affleck who displays his usual lack of presence and charisma. Having said that, it's far from dreadful; the action is efficient and the visualisation of Daredevil's sonar "vision" is quite …
Ichabod Crane - wrote on 03/04/2009
Terrible film about a great comic when written by Frank Miller. And this movie is trying to emulate Frank Miller's comics but it fails completely. The scene that emulates the comic is very poorly done and forced. The action is either over done or oddly done like the fight in the park that is just stupid. Ben Affleck brings nothing to Daredevil who could be interesting but is not in this movie, which adds him killing although he suddenly stops in the end for no real reason. Elektra in the movie is the worse offensive since she is so complicated in the comic but incredibly simplified in this. Bullseye is okay but too over the top and not really scary like he could be. Kingpin is finely played but the story makes not sense, especially how daredevil beating him up makes it so he is taken …
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