Spends the first 3 qaurters of the movie being "The Hunger Games" in an alternate timeline. Then the last qaurter is interesting enough but not enough to warrant the amount of time spent on training sequences and boring development of one note characters.
Strangely enough the ending felt a lot like the lego movie. The main villian is trying to create peace by making everyone conform to their plans while the master builders...I mean "divergents" try to save the world…
You know when you get a Mcdonald's hamburger and it comes in that nice little cardboard box with the pretty picture on it and then you open it and then you see the burger and it looks to have gone through hamburger hell. But you're really hungry and you're not expecting much but you know the burger is going to deliver at least some substance. Then when your about to take your last couple bites your stomach starts aching in…
What a lazy Sunday breakfast bowl of terrible. Jeremy Piven is a traveling used cars salesman with some different tactics for selling cars. His services are called upon when a car lot has one last weekend to save themselves before bankruptcy.
Most of the jokes are like a flat tire...flat. This movie is clunker. But seriously the jokes in this movie never deliver. This is one movie that you can skip. There is a silver lining though a scene where…