Review by C.J. Bunce

Would the real Man from Toronto please stand up?

One of the best elements of the 2009-2015 crime/action series White Collar was the late Willie Garson as Moz.  And Moz’s best episode featured his backstory as the dreaded crime boss, the “Dentist of Detroit,” a partially mythical mercenary you’d never want to meet in person.  Casting Woody Harrelson as a similar character was an inspired choice for this year’s direct-to-Netflix movie, The Man from Toronto.  Pair Harrelson with the current funniest funnyman at the movies, Kevin Hart, and you have the makings of a summer hit.  Add the year’s best cinema action sequences, and you have an action movie you can’t miss.  Oddly enough, it’s also the year’s best Jason Statham movie–without Jason Statham.

Continue reading