Even the dance number is bad. I, for one, was completely captured by the diverse characters and crisp dialogue of the original. Getting all the characters on-screen spread them all out a little bit thin, with some barely getting any screen time at all. I knew what i was getting myself into, but i at least expected a few "cool" scenes, and there was none to be found. Dwayne Johnson, also known as The Rock should be the poster boy for finding success in a career change. But then, fate had more in stock for Dwayne Johnson.
Rampage — which oddly enough is based on a computer game yes, really is due out in cinemas next April.
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I could go see Whitesnake, right here in town. Chili Palmer is a former movie producer as seen in Get Shorty who is a former mobster. Now, when we see Chili, he's recovering from the lambasting the sequel, "Get Lost" received, a sequel he didn't want to make. The two have a daughter who they named Simone. Openly gay rugby player Keegan Hirst got props from his sports hero.
There are many charming performances, including The Rock and Andreboth showing a real knack for comedy. The charm of "Get Shorty" was that Chili realized the skills he gained being a mobster fit ideally into him becoming a movie producer. I so wanted it to be the Get Shorty of the new millennium and I ended up with a film where the outtakes must have been a gas, but experience left me with a stinker. Ted's Evaluation -- 1 of 3: Unfortunately Chili's game was played out in the first movie and rather than find an interesting personal arc for him, they just have him stand around repeating lines from the first movie.