100 minutes of jiu jitsu fights, all equal, but you'll miss that bore during those 10 minutes they stop to fight and act so bad you suspect they're doing it on purpose to win a Razzie.
I believe they were drunk one night:
"burp! what if we make a mashup of western and cooking recipes?"
"naaah, let's mix football game with sewing!"
"wait friends, let's mix 70s bruce lee movies with predator!"
"WOW GREAT IDEA! but... what could be the plot?"
"who cares of the plot, we put fight scenes during the whole movie, so spectators don't get we don't have any idea!"
This movie makes you ponder on a very bad issue by Democracies.
Second World War was about the entire planet being ANTIFA against Germany-Italy-Japan; how is it possible now fascism is considered an "opinion" instead of delinquents to fight like in 1940-45?
The Red Pill focus on one of the many side effects: american fascists supporting and promoting one of their favourite crimes - beat and rape women.
But the funny fact is Cassie Jaye, converted from feminism to fascism... demonstrates - against her intentions - they are wrong.
After 10 minutes of relentless hyper-deformed, hyper-excessive facial expressions I had to stop the view because I fell in a true physical discomfort.
So sorry to say that; I loved Carrey's acting in other movies and respect him!, but in his first movies he was unbearable to me. Luckily later he found a "balance" between acting and unleashing the greatest number of strange faces per minute.