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The Man from Toronto might have flopped in the critics' reviews, scoring just 24 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, but over on Twitter viewers are praising the dizzying one-shot fight sequence.
The multi-person brawl takes place at the gym Hart's character Teddy works for, as he and Harrelson's titular assassin battle it out with a group of henchmen.
And they certainly make good use of the equipment on offer – up against axes and chainsaws, the duo take out their opponents with weights, kettle bells, and at one point we even see Teddy putting on quite the show in the boxing ring.
On social media, fans are going wild over the two-minute extravaganza, with one writing: "This final fight scene in the man from Toronto is so f**kin good."
Can we talk about that awesome one-shot fight sequence in The Man from Toronto— Hijanah - Ted Lasso's personal dilemma squad (@unrealthrill) June 26, 2022
"Omg The Man from Toronto just gave me the funniest fight scene I’ve ever seen... still love Kevin," said another.
A third who clearly enjoyed the movie added: "The Man from Toronto is such a good movie. Solid 9/10. And the last fight scene wow. Poetry in motion. The music. The camera work. Wow."
"The fight scene in the gym near the end of The Man from Toronto will remind you of a Jackie Chan movie," said a fourth. "It was a great watch. Check it out y'alls."
Not everyone was into it, however, including this person who said: "The Man from Toronto is a NO for me. The fight scenes didn't look real; I feel they tried to copy the fight scene in The King's Man - and failed."
Well, you've got to have your critics, eh?
The Man from Toronto is a NO for me. The fight scenes didn't look real; I feel they tried to copy the fight scene in The King's Man - and failed. And yeah, Kevin talks too much.— Kene (@kenethelion) June 26, 2022
If you haven't had a chance to see the film yet and are wondering what it's about, the plot centres on a hilarious case of mistaken identity after Teddy, a bumbling sales consultant, runs into the world's deadliest assassin known as The Man from Toronto.
Per Netflix, the action comedy 'mixes classic mistaken identity shenanigans with the thrill-a-minute pacing of a big-screen spy drama, resulting in something new and hilarious'.
Just as the two characters come together in the film, the same happened off-screen, with Harrelson and Hart finding inspiration in each other.
Speaking to Yahoo Entertainment, Hart said: “Woody’s lifestyle, his approach to life, his way of living. There's a sense of ease and [happiness] that a lot of people are searching for. And that only some find."
He added: "That's the one thing that I took away from him… It's rare that you come across a lot of those people, but he's truly unique. I put him in a special place, as a friend… I've never met anybody like him."
Harrelson, meanwhile, said of his co-star: “I was really surprised by his wisdom and his like, business acumen. I never thought of things the way he sees it. He really gets the whole picture. He taught me a lot.”
The Man from Toronto is available to stream on Netflix now.
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