The Wolfpack's conclusion is expectantly part-filled with crude, semi-repetitive humor, while attempting to infuse with an epic action thriller.
It turns out to be neither here, nor there.
It is rarely laugh-out-loud, and its' action is similarly exciting.
Besides the fantastically shot opening sequence, the movie is never great, however it is never truly worthy of its' current 21% approval on RT, as it gives many chuckles, is well-acted, and looks good too - other than Chow's parachute shots, blurgh.
Maybe that's because I expected the movie to be poor, which also seem to make the experience almost worth going to the cinema for.
Warner Brothers seem to be simply trying to receive as much luscious green milk as the Wolfpack could muster, and it shows.
I am sure many will dismiss this movie, and watch and thoroughly enjoy the original, wishing it was a standalone, I am one of them.