Free Guy (2021)

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Free Guy (2021)

Comedy | Action | Adventure | Science Fiction
7.8 / 10
Release Date
11 August 2021
1 : 55 minutes
Spoken Language
A bank teller called Guy realizes he is a background character in an open world video game called Free City that will soon go offline.

Cast Overview :

by: Ryan Reynolds
Millie Rusk / Molotov Girl
by: Jodie Comer
by: Lil Rel Howery
Walter 'Keys' McKeys
by: Joe Keery
by: Taika Waititi
by: Utkarsh Ambudkar
Bank Robber #2
by: Owen Burke
Soonami Tech
by: Kayla Caulfield
by: Camille Kostek
Newsstand Man
by: Michael Malvesti
NPC - Police Officer
by: Cassidy Neal
Teen Boy #3
by: Ryan Doyle
Douche Guy
by: David Morwick
Homeless Man
by: David Arthur Sousa
by: Britne Oldford
Seán McLoughlin
by: Seán McLoughlin
Imane Anys
by: Imane Anys
Lannan Eacott
by: Lannan Eacott
by: Matthew Cardarople
Bank Teller
by: Leah Procito
Big City Dreamer
by: Sophie Levy
Businessman NPC
by: Brandon Scales
Rain Man
by: Michael Tow
Soldier Avatar
by: Kayla Rae Vesce
Video Game Reporter
by: Ian Wallace
by: Ninja
Alex Trebek
by: Alex Trebek
by: Aaron W Reed
by: Mark Lainer
Convenience Store Owner Joe
by: Naheem Garcia
Cat Lady Phyllis
by: Anabel Graetz
Bank Manager
by: Vernon Scott
Officer Johnny
by: Mike Devine
Ice Cream Vendor
by: Ric Plamenco
by: Kenneth Israel
Shoe Store Clerk
by: Colin Allen
Masked Player in Alley (voice)
by: Hugh Jackman
Bank Robber #2 (voice)
by: Dwayne Johnson
Vacuuming Mom (voice)
by: Tina Fey
Silhouetted Gamer (voice)
by: John Krasinski
Masked Player in Alley
by: Patrick Vincent Curran
Bank Robber #1
by: Francisco Marquez
Bank Robber #3
by: Timothy John Smith
Bank Robber #4
by: Justin Johnston
Antwan's Assistant
by: Jonathan De Azevedo
Art Nerd
by: Destiny Claymore
Tween Gamer Girl
by: Charlotte Levy
Real World Coffee Shop Server
by: Octavia Chavez-Richmond
Free City News Anchor
by: Bob Gilliam
IGN Reporter
by: Terri Schwartz
Teenage Girl
by: Mariama Conde
Quad-Screen Gamer
by: Raj Jawa
Quad-Screen Gamer
by: Charlie Lehmer
Quad-Screen Gamer
by: Elainy Mata
Quad-Screen Gamer
by: Jack McLaglen
Silhouetted Gamer
by: Rosario Corso
Soonami Employee
by: Minh-Anh Day
20-Year-Old Female Gamer
by: Lily Steven
20-Year-Old Female Gamer
by: Gabrielle Lorthe
20-Year-Old Female Gamer
by: Briana Mitchell
by: DanTDM
Carjacking Victim (uncredited)
by: Omar Ghonim
Business Man NPC (uncredited)
by: C.G. Alexander
Revenjamin Buttons
by: Channing Tatum
Chris Evans (uncredited)
by: Chris Evans
Viking Warrior / Security (uncredited)
by: Tait Fletcher
Bounty Hunter Avatar (uncredited)
by: Joey Courteau

Member Reviews :

This is such a good movie, its got everything, a bit of sillyness, romance and action, the whole family really enjoyed it in fact the whole audience was laughing and clapping, not something you normally get in an Australian cinema. If you are debating what to watch at the cinemas watch this one its a blast and you wont be disappointed.
FULL SPOILER-FREE REVIEW @ "Free Guy possesses a remarkable tribute to the gaming community, but it's the surprisingly clever, thematically rich screenplay that makes it one of my favorite films of the year. In addition to the impressive visuals, hilarious comedy bits, and thrilling action sequences, Shawn Levy, Matt Lieberman, and Zak Penn offer a brilliant narrative that deeply explores human nature and what the viewers perceive as "real". Superb acting from the entire cast, namely Ryan Reynolds and Jodie Comer, and jaw-dropping cameos genuinely elevate the overall experience. Honestly, it might be the very first movie to prove that Disney owning every major studio also has its perks. What could have been "just a videogame flick" is actually a nerdgasmic, super exciting viewing with emotionally compelling characters and an extraordinarily smart story. I couldn't recommend it more to gamers, but don't let my words mislead you: Free Guy is a blast of entertainment for everyone!" Rating: A
**Ouch and Cringe** This "Ready Player One" clone is just as dumb and non-immersive as the original, only here we get our hopes up in the first 20 minutes or so. We get setup nicely with truly funny video game references, top notch CGI and clever dialogue. But then the flick degenerates into the same old, same old: boring villain, plot is unoriginal, action is magic, hacking is imagined by someone not owning a computer (probably just a smart phone) and finally, the philosophical idea of a first AI ever is not explored in the slightest. I know this is just supposed to be a "feel-good" film, but critical thinkers will not feel good watching this drivel. Something this trivial simply does not deserve a high score, even if it does what it's supposed to.