Anthony Mackie, who is better known for the portrayal of Falcon, also known as Sam Wilson in the MCU, has been up with several projects apart from working with the studio giant itself. One of the many upcoming projects included “Outside The Wire,” which has arrived on January 15, 2021, on the OTT platform and will be seeing Anthony Mackie in the lead and also as a producer for the Netflix project.

“Outside The Wire” is all set to see Anthony Mackie in a near-future set in the year 2036 as an android military officer who links in with a drone pilot to locate a doomsday device that was planted in the war zone.

After the arrival of “Outside The Wire” on the streaming giant Netflix, critics have reviewed the latest outing of the streaming giant Netflix, with Anthony Mackie serving as a lead and the producer.

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Outside The Wire
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So far, the film has received mixed to negative reviews, but anyway, here we have covered everything that the critics had to say about the latest Netflix Original film.

Starting with Peter Debruge, who called “Outside The Wire,” another signature Netflix original movie that is okay with the good-enough production work that was used on Netflix’s other big projects, refers to Netflix’s bad CGI’s The Extraction and Da 5 Bloods.

Outside The Wire: Anthony Mackie’s Netflix Movie Gets Its First Reviews From The Critics

TV Guide Jordan Hoffman called out the film for not making much of a sense even with a plot that clearly means that everything will be sorted with a big ending, and the motivation of everyone will be revealed.

Hoffman also pointed out that the United States will never be devoting this many resources to the Ukrain-Russia border and how the missiles can carry the nuclear weapons without setting it off. Jordan Hoffman gave the film 3.5/5 stars and even pointed out the flawed logic.

The Hollywood Reporter’s John Defore even pointed out the earlier heavy dialogues and some late-developing themes of the chain of command paradox. John pointed out that the viewers are left with the familiar race to the bomb and terrorism morality.

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Outside The Wire
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Anthony Mackie’s Outside The Wire project was another rocky but decent sci-fi film from Netflix, not coming off with something new.

It was always meant for the small screen, and as a big production company, Netflix does not need to invest this much money for additional effects on the one-off projects that might go out of context in the coming years. As of now, you can also stream Outside The Wire on Netflix right now.