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I’ve been here before and yet I’ve never played a Ratchet and Clank video game. The filmmakers seem to believe that those coming into this movie are already big fans of the game series and already know all these characters, except this movie seems to present an origin story for those coming in cold. The movie introduces us to several characters, but doesn’t bother with giving them a proper introduction or develop them much at all between sci-fi battles. It’s a movie that teeters between pleasing fans and welcoming ... Read full review »
While War Dogs has its moments of cleverness in its amusing method of portraying these young gun runners, it needs a little more of that gonzo vibe to make it truly stand out from its competition. It felt as though Todd Phillips was holding himself back from making a truly bizarre picture and wanted to remain closer to the actual events. In doing so, I felt deprived of a picture that could have been so much more if it weren’t afraid to the bros over bullets. ... Read full review »