The film just plugs its star into a variety of tired family movie plotlines, the lack of enthusiasm for the project just shining through in every frame.
The movie isn't very good, though it isn't necessarily worse than any of the other disposable horror films we get every week.
The stories feel thinner than before, and sanitizing cuts undermine the movie's hyperviolent aesthetic.
The film seems intent on removing all the things that made this story so special to generations of young readers. It strives to make the story as cut-and-dried as every other Young Adult story, robbing this narrative of all distinction.
The film is actually too afraid to let things burn, when that's all that the concept really brings to the table.
There are certainly funny moments in all of this, but the film's stilted attempts at sentiment are undone by its lack of sympathy for its characters.
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'A Good Man' is a really silly film that thinks it has something serious to say.
The film just doesn’t handle its darkness very well, and that starts with its concept of anger.
This movie just doesn’t have anything of its own to say.