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The end result is mediocre, even for a mindless throwaway movie.
The clash of cultures and tug-of-war over familial connections to the past eventually comes down to one thing: it’s the time you spend with your family that really matters in the end.
It’s alarming that “The Art of Self-Defense” isn’t as shocking as you’d think, which perhaps says it all.
This is a movie with an abundance of mediocrity, from the ludicrous plot to the hackish directing.
This film feels fake, inauthentic, unoriginal, and doesn’t seem to come from a place of sincerity.