The runtime of the low-rent actioner is stretched out through the use of melodramatic padding and nasty racial comedy. I cannot deny the fact that I was watching with a heavy heart.
Wrong Place is just one more mindless B-movie that Bruce Willis has produced over the past few years. After his family disclosed to the public that he was diagnosed with aphasia, he decided to retire.
His role is severely constrained by the crude speech and terse cuts in Wrong Place. The best way to describe him is as a prop headliner. It can be emotionally taxing to see a Hollywood legend deteriorate on screen.
They are held hostage by Jake, played by Michael Sirow, who is Virgil’s son and a neurotic meth cook. He was intending to put Frank to silence, but now he is using Frank’s daughter as bait.