I wanted this to be funny, it was not. The plot made no sense, the FX were generic and uninspired. The cameos were terrible, nothing about this movie is worthwhile. I mean I even gave the Point Break reboot 2 stars...
I should've went with my first instinct and just not have watched it. I haven't seen one reboot that surpasses the original, they just need to stop the madness.
I just watched the extended version, while I still think the last half of the movie is a mess plot-wise, the added scenes and editing fixes help the movie out overall. While the first hour and 10 minutes are really great the end ruins it for me overall, so I'm not going to change my rating of the film.
So Cormac McCarthy actually wrote the screenplay for this, and it was, at points, painfully obvious. It felt at times that McCarthy was trying to write Tarantino-esque dialogue, but couldn't quite pull it off, because real people don't talk that way. In one scene it was like Brad Pitt's lips were just moving as he read McCarthy's lines.
There are interesting bits to this movie, which feels like it wanted to be a character study instead of a crime drama,…