Top 10 James Wan Movies, From Worst To First: Page 2 of 10

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9. Death Sentence, 2007

Death Sentence cinematic trailer

Wan’s role: Director

A revenge thriller so typical you could probably guess the plot.  A man’s son is killed in a gas-station robbery.  The man is upset.  The man wants revenge.  The man, I kid you not, shaves his head à la Taxi Driver and goes on an implausible killing-spree. 

While the plot is stale and predictable, Death Sentence does have some decent action sequences and at least remains mostly entertaining to the end.  While Wan treads no new ground here, he at least treads old ground with style.


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