As it happened the deputy sheriff happened to be retarded, unable to work out a simple maths monetary situation which a five year old could easily have done. Then Matt tells a joke a hundred years old and I'm suspecting this town is awash with morons. On top of that the father was emotionally constipated. To make matters worse I suspected the authorities in this county were descended from inbreeds due to the idiot veterinary rules applying to farm animals. And the icing on the cake was the sheriff turned out to be a vermin creature. It was an okay movie.
It was entertaining enough. Konk turned out to be an ally and Godkiller was supposed to be but became and enemy and wiped out an entire fleet killing hundreds of personnel then became an ally again and all was forgiven.
I like Frank Brillo, not only does he get pots and pans clean but he's quite a good actor too. As a bit of a take on Groundhog Day it takes the theme onto a whole new level and is much better. I thought it was clever and well scripted and directed. It's well worth a watch.
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.
The music was a bit naff as was the dubbing, acting, costumes and makeup. It became progressively good enough for me to see it till the end. I assume after an unsuccessful box office it went straight to DVD. I wonder if Putin went to see it, but I doubt it.
It's the tired old cliched plot of brat kid not getting on with parent, rebelling and after going through a common cause coming together and getting on. One thing I will say is when escaping on a motorbike which has two side mirrors there's no need to keep turning round to see if cops are still pursuing. Another thing I will say, in fear of being a party pooper, is that a mother would never leave her eggs exposing them to further danger. It's a very twee movie but not bad.
As Stan Lee died in 2018 and this came out in 2019 and he always liked to appear in a cameo in his films like Alfred Hitchcock, this time they either dug him up or had a look-alike. It wasn'r a bad movie but some of the characters proved to be a mite confusing. And what was Anasol's contribution anyway? Was her superpower her ass? Pointed at the enemy was she able to blast them into the past? As for Thanos's sidekick: my mate's got no nose... how does he smell...terrible!
Although it's an entertaining enough movie there's a bit of silliness that's involved. Why do they contaminate very crime scene for instance? And the swapped identity situation, I just don't get it. Why not just tell the girl the truth, it's no big deal and a ridiculously unbelievable part of the plot. I can only surmise the screenwriter was having a dump, stoned, and thought this would be a good idea and wrote it down on a sheet of toilet paper. The sequel was much better.