More plot holes than plot, this overly convoluted, deeply stupid Fast and Furious wannabe is crammed with clichés and memorable only when it’s laughable.
It doesn’t necessarily have to be from a terrible film. I can imagine someone otherwise loving Citizen Kane who thinks the discovery of Rosebud’s identity at the end is howlingly idiotic.
I want to know what you think makes a movie great, and how your personal greatest film impacted your determination of what makes for great cinema in general.
As with many other lies of all kinds, it’s often easy to get caught in a lie… but is it easier to pretend you’ve seen a movie you haven’t seen when the content of such a movie has been discussed so frequently that it’s easy to fake it?
In Justin Bieber: Never Say Never, the reincarnation of an ancient demigod of music casts a spell over entire nations, and promises to bring peace to the planet, if only all those teenage girls would stop rioting. This flick sprang from (among other films)…