Not funny enough to be a guilty pleasure, just all-around cringeworthy.
My friend Ellis wasn’t lying when he called this “everything bad about today’s blockbusters”.
This film is shrouded in awful scriptwriting, bland acting, and mediocre at best visuals. Even the admittedly competent fights weren’t enough to save this.
Who thought it was a good idea to bring a first-time director on a project like this?