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Wow! I didn't think they made them like this anymore. Went to a special preview to see this, or rather had one inflicted upon me. I have rarely sat through such poorly-written, uninteresting garbage. The action is mediocre. The plot, such as it is, includes not one surprise in its entire length, especially where depicting most foreigners and their governments as suspect at best, murderous terrorists at every other time. The script is so clunky it feels as if no line was aimed higher than an 8 year-old's intellect. "I know what it's like to lose someone," comforts one character. "His scores are off the charts - I think he's ready," sounds another. Wow, they really stretched for the thesaurus on that one. Bargain basement stuff. What Michael Keaton, someone who has recently regained such cultural cache, is doing in something so crassly derivative is beyond me. This is Taken for the Trump era, refitted without the charm of that film or the presence of someone like Neeson to carry it off. Should be one star. The second is for the effects team, who pull off an entertaining explosion at one point. Lord knows, there was nothing else to excite.
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