When I saw the trailer to this one I had high hopes. And then I started to see the reviews. Well, the reviews were right.
This isn’t a horrible film, but it’s not a good one either. Part of the problem is that The Hornet (Seth Rogen, who also co-wrote) is an anti-hero. That is, he’s the son of a billionaire who doesn’t give a crap about much beyond his next drink or piece of tail. This could have worked with a different actor – one with some ability to show introspection and personal growth. […]Continue reading →