Easily one of the most derivative films I've seen in recent memory, but that doesn't stop it from being a lot of fun. Wanted steals a lot from Fight Club with an Ed Norton-esque main character who narrates over his obsession with Ikea furniture and how much he hates his job. Likewise, as soon as he joins the "fraternity" (think The Matrix) he gets physically beat up by the members of the club. Its really shameless and it feels like a corporate cash-in on the success of 300, Smokin' Aces, XXX, The Matrix and Fight Club of course. Unlike the films listed before, this one really doesn't have a unique vision for itself and is really unsure what kind of movie it wants to be.
Though, this movie's not a total waste. There are a few action scenes which come off really well and you get to see Morgan Freeman spew out a few four-letter words, which as far as I'm concerned is worth the price of admission alone. Just don't expect to remember this film one year later.