Bad Boys for Life
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Films about amnesia are pretty common. Here we have one with flashbacks, which again are quite common. Conspiracy theory films are also fairly common. So what we have here is a common movie, err average movie. They missed a trick by not giving us a lowdown on the target earlier and his character and the reason for his assassination. Another main plot weakness was there was no clear reason for Kilmer's would-be assassination. Also, I always find it so silly when two people aim their guns at each other and no one shoots.
When pursuing a military fugitive in the US and they're holding up in an innocent family house it's good policy to use maximum force and machine guns to shoot at him while destroying the house and any possbile innocents therein. Good job. And David, you're my kinda guy. Overall it's like a poor man's Bourne with a nutter instead of a good guy, but not too bad.
Nothing original here but it's not bad and Momoa is better in this than the toddler's film Aquaplane.
It began well then descended into farce.
The dog was ugly and so was Friday. I would have hung myself.