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User 1 Review:
I did not make it through the movie. Looks likes great cast. My moment of WTF: uniform mistake. A blatant one. The SEAL replacement who is a petty officer 2nd class, shows up as a chief petty officer.. Nice cracker jacks with a corpsman 2PO rank insignia while carrying a chief's cover. Big fouled anchor, you can't miss it. I know this is primarily a Redcoat movie, but I have one question. Who is the dumbass who though that getting rid of the dixie cup was an important aesthetic? 30 minutes later I turned the cartoon off and watched cartoons. I feel bad for the actors, unless they got big checks.
User 2 Review:
So this is the SBS, is it? Not very good, are they? Still, on a budget this small what do you expect? It's the Bourne Identity filmed on fifty quid. A usually talented cast are given very little to work with and manage to do even less with it. The lines sound like they'very been dubbed from a thousand miles away. The exposition is awful. Classic example, a techie asks what happens if a fan turns back on while our heroes are swimming along a duct. Er......come on. And the acting! The scene where Stratton is described as a maverick - massive yawn - is so badly scripted and acted it borders on self- parody. And who goes to the pub and recites rude limericks and laughs?. No one, for those of you still puzzling over the answer to the fan/duct question. Terrible stuff.
User 3 Review:
This is a post-feminist tale that turns gender equality inside out, insisting that males and females are so different as to be nearly different "species." I am not sure this is a helpful or accurate view of the "battle of the sexes," but getting there is certainly fun, with many funny, funny moments, lots of laughs along the way. The movie starts out comedy but turns serious with the issues of hormonal differences that the couple have to work out. Zoe Lister-Jones (also writer/director) and Adam Pally, the couple, are very funny, with great chemistry. My one question: she is an Uber driver and he is chronically unemployed. How do they afford that $400,000 home in LA?