Will vs. Will = a battle of wills.
BQB here with a review of Gemini Man.
This movie neither sucks nor blows. It’s not really destined to become that old standby that you’ll go to over and over again when you want some thrills, but as a diversion, it is worth the price of admission.
Will Smith plays Henry Brogan, one of the world’s greatest, most prolific spy agency assassins, though as he’s gotten older and more thoughtful, he has decided that he can’t stomach all the death and destruction anymore and decides to retire.
Alas, his superiors aren’t having any of that shit. His former superiors are worried he knows too much and they can’t have that. At first, they hire Danny (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) to keep tabs on him, posing as a potential love interest. When Will proves that he still has some of that Big Willy style left, he converts a foe into a friend as the duo go on the run from the agency.
Clay Verris (Clive Owen) one of Henry’s ex-bosses, brings out the big guns. He’s the head of Project Gemini (and rather humorously, operates out of a high rise building labeled “Gemini” which seems like a good way to blow his cover). This project, is, you guessed, a cloning initiative. It seems that years ago, Henry was cloned and the result, Junior, a version of Henry half his age that knows all his moves, is out to get him.
The CGI based aged shaving, clone making tech is at its peak, as there are times where Junior looks like Will has morphed back into his Fresh Prince days. The fight scenes where young and old Will go mano y mano are fun, though the overall plot is convoluted and unlikely.