From the guy who made Cavalry and The Guard, his first film in America and it's not amazing or anything but it has a fair amount of laughs and reminds me a bit of Shane Black (well, Last Action Hero level of Shane Black)... not as good as The Nice Guys. Michael Pena and the blonde vampire guy from True Blood are corrupt cops (with hearts of gold) who start shit with a Brit (with an OBE) who zooms up…
Pointless drivel for idiots that still have hard-ons for their old Star Wars toy collections. Barely a movie. If it committed to being Dirty Dozen all the way through - and didn't waste Mads Mikkelson (unforgivable) - and have built up some rapport with these characters before the last half an hour it could have been very, very good.
It's practically a historical document about gigantic idiots. These people have a stupid, paper-thin plot for a film & decide to put $17 million, their gone-askew hippy minds & utterly stoned bodies on the line to prove that man & beasts with giant fucking teeth can co-exist. Which they can't. As this film proves.
Reading the trivia on IMDb is like visiting Ogrish.com, the amount of people mauled & bitten on this film is frightening. The fact that the driving force behind it was…
I watched this ON A BOAT! The Tall Ship in Glasgow, to be precise. In the hull, where it was cold and damp & we had uncomfortable chairs, I was sat right at the front with a crick in my neck & the film jammed at "we're gonna need a bigger boat" - but I didn't care! Jaws is my favourite movie of all time, this was my favourite experience on a boat ever.