You can all but see the red flags from a mile away, yet some executive thought this film would be a good idea. Or would be good, in general.
This film is nothing short of great, even if the second half didn’t hold up to the near-perfect standards of the first half.
I really wish Shane Black would’ve just given up before he even started.
While this slow-burn approach to storytelling works in some regards, I just thought the payoff wasn’t worth the wait.
This all sounds good on paper, but the translation to the big screen only provided big problems.
Hold it together, hold it toge- *cries*
In the first 30, 45 minutes, director Jon Turteltaub had himself a fun film.