“Extraction” is the kind of film that used to populate the deepest corners of DTV. Kellan Lutz plays Bruce’s kid who just wants to be a CIA agent. Dear ol’ Pop disappears after years spent keeping Lutz out of the life. Now, he teams up with Gina Carano to fight cyber crime to stop the TekWar from happening. Let’s just cut to the chase. There’s no reason to watch this movie, even if it’s only 83 minutes long.
For a film to be so short, nothing happens. It feels like a TV remake of “Blackhat” with even less plot development. Having a cast of this caliber and trying to hammer out a plot feels very disappointing. I’m all for lower budgeted genre films, but I need a plot that works. What we get with Extraction is nothing short than an action espionage checklist based on what worked in the past. Guess what? It doesn’t work now.
- Commentary with director Steve C. Miller and actor Kellan Lutz
- Deleted/Extended Scenes
- Extended Interviews
- Trailer Gallery
A/V QUALITY STATS
- 2.40:1 1080p transfer
- DTS-HD 5.1 master audio track