F9, like its predecessors, isn’t about characters or story. It’s about the excessively over-the-top action sequences.
A mystery/comedy that has been robbed by age of its humor, leaving behind a leaden and tedious sampling of what people found funny in the 1980s.
While there are a few moments in the movie that can be said to be Moore at his best, the production as a whole may be Moore at his worst.
Although there are numerous problems with "Fifty Shades Freed," the fundamental one is also the most obvious: the lack of a compelling story.
A mediocre remake of a mediocre original – not exactly must-see cinema. "Flatliners" is dead on arrival.
Whatever small pleasures it may offer are wiped out by the frustrating sense of incompleteness that accompanies the arrival of the end credits.
There will be worse titles released in 2016 but mediocrity of this sort isn’t an inspired way to start the new year.
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