Critic Consensus: Much like its taciturn hero, Villain isn't particularly flashy or creative about getting the job done, but it's still undeniably effective.
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Nobody in this movie has a complex inner emotional life, so it's not surprising that the movie's ending is ridiculous.
Brisk yet flavorful, gritty even when stylish, its occasional plot-logic leap smoothed over by a tone that deftly balances a resigned good humor with violent threat...
Any movie containing the line "You need to grab that hacksaw and start on his legs" is already halfway to winning me over, and Philip Barantini's "Villain" does not disappoint.
Standard genre material brought to life by a quietly compelling performance.
A muted Fairbrass does some good on-camera brooding, but the character and the film never feel like more than a paper-thin pose.
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