Beneath the pulsating music and strobe-lit fluorescent visuals, this is as pernicious and invidious a motion picture as one is likely to discover in a multiplex
This may be the first time I have seen something make "Freddy Got Fingered" look classy.
Just because a movie uses the word “intelligence” doesn’t mean it has any.
It’s a truth universally acknowledged that a viewer in search of two hour’s quality entertainment won’t find it here.
What we’re left with is a misbegotten notion that bringing back characters long past their sell-by date is a good idea.
This isn’t about providing quality entertainment; it’s about fooling audiences into spending money by offering a familiar title with recognizable actors.
The movie is frequently incomprehensible and, on those occasions when it makes sense, the viewer may wish it didn’t.
A jumble of overhyped action scenes, trite dialogue, painfully bad “character development”, and awful writing.
Unable to generate an honest emotional response, the filmmakers resort to cheap trickery and heart-string rending music.