A fun social studies lesson, while not quite the puzzle-box mystery it could be.
Emotionless chaos with no thought-provoking ideas about collateral damage.
The end of days is not upon us … or, at least not because of this.
Forget the puff-puff. Just pass on this problematic, protracted action-comedy.
They were better off closed.
It’s like watching "Men in Black" morph into "Requiem for a Dream."
Temper those too-towering expectations, and you'll be fine.
A Little Golden Book version of Gladiator, it’s a PG film with R-rated aspirations.
Breaking up is hard to do. So is cracking up at this shapeless comedy.
Less Black Dahlia, more Black Duh-lia.