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Jim Belushi steals the show as Steven Seagal pretty much. Like what Richard Roeper said, he was in better shape than current Seagal though.
The acting aside from tim allen is rather cringe worthy
Great movie by great actor
It’s not an Oscar nominee but for some mindless predictable good-feeling story watching, it’s solid.
Innocuous romcom trifle with serious underpinnings: how to handle a personal attack at the workplace. Could have gone deep but avoided that for predictable small screen resolutions. Is "it's inoffensive" a recommendation? Ho-hum.
Bullied at work, a father decides to defend himself and schedules a fight with his bully. He soon visits a defense instructor who helps get him ready for the fight. This family comedy is a one joke gimmick but does its best to entertain.
It's got some hackneyed jokes and the plot isn't very inventive. But there's a subtle joke or two. Everyone did a good job in their roles; no one was too bored, or overdramatic, or bland. The training scenes, where Jim punishes Tim, were amusing.
It's OK. It's not a masterpiece, but it's not bad, either. A good popcorn flick when you don't want to think too much.
Schmuck turns hip movie. Not too bad. Laughed a few times. I think the movie tries to make a lot of points about shallowness. You know
Joe is one tough man and father!
It's been TOO long since I've seen this