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First and foremost, the action is underwhelming.
Still, it’s a fun ride.
Fortunately, no one dresses in drag and does the hula.
A much-needed gasp of air from tentpole franchises.
And Clive Owen’s wig is a truly absurd sight to behold.
Unfortunately, it falls short of greatness.
Don’t write this off as ‘just another superhero film’.
A burly, original, crowd-pleasing night at the cinema.
Rest easy. They nailed it.
The film contains something many action films sorely lack: fun.
If you came for a doll saying profanities, this isn’t it.
Although, like many Netflix offerings, it can feel inconsequential.
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