Perhaps this is what the devout refer to as a “religious experience.” I am not a spiritual person, but the beauty of this film moved me.
There are a couple of show-stopping action sequences, but fans should prepare to see a softer, gentler side of the original bad boys.
The showiness eases up as the emotional weight of the story unfolds, but it’s still hard not to get stuck on the challenges of the moviemaking rather than the characters that should be the focal point of the film.
Sandler’s character is an irritating scumbag and while I guess that’s what he was going for in his performance, it’s shrill and unpleasant to spend time around this loser.
A film that’s sure to spur a debate about the necessity for efficient checks and balances within our own government.
Heavily slanted towards conservative propaganda but is a decently crafted and entertaining movie about a man society chewed up, spit out, and promptly forgot.