samuelchapman’s review published on Letterboxd:
I defend this films commercial and critical non existent success. I rarely see films like this, but I think the last one was probably 'battleship'. While battleship got a critical shrug, but hardly a disapproval, and racked in the hundreds of millions, Axes of evil barely made a dime in comparison and was slated by audiences, however it is a cinematically and morally much superior shitty war film.
Its well performed by people that are more on the side of 'actors' than 'stars' when compared to the cast of 'battleship'. An almost intense story that introduces the idea that, just maybe, not all american 'enemies' are evil greedy extremists that want to destroy america because they are evil. All toped with some kind of exciting action and almost impressive camera work.