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Any one here has watched Red Notice ?
Spoilers : Don't watch



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Unfortunately, I did watch. Yeah, it is pretty bad. Very generic, predictable and not much fun at all. One of the worst films of the year.



I'm still not convinced this is a real movie and not just some money laundering scheme, or one of those tourism ads that looks like a movie.



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Ryan Reynolds is now in that stage of stardom where he is no longer an actor, but "that guy" in every film. Just as Andrew Dice Clay got stuck in the character of Diceman and Pacino became a caricature of PACINO! and De Niro fell into the ooze of his own shtick, Reynolds is now Deadpool without a mask.



Pacino and De Niro were still at least great actors at one point. (Can't speak for the Diceman, I've only heard a few bits here and there.) Even Johnson was at least fairly magnetic and taking some chances earlier in his career. Was Ryan Reynolds ever charismatic or charming? I feel like I missed the memo.



Like, if it's revealed that Reynolds is actually a CG creation, would anyone really be surprised?



28 days...6 hours...42 minutes...12 seconds
Reynolds has charm and in my opinion, more range than Johnson, who is literally the same in every movie.

His biggest acting stretch was portraying DeVito in the Jumanji sequel.

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Reynolds has charm and in my opinion, more range than Johnson, who is literally the same in every movie.

His biggest acting stretch was portraying DeVito in the Jumanji sequel.


True, but he's a wrestler. We never really expected much of him. He's coasted on charisma since day 1. Point taken, tho.



I guess I give Johnson some credit for his fairly unflattering performance in Pain & Gain, but it seems that Johnson has been replaced by the eyebrow cocking muscle mass that he is currently. For all I know he's also a CG creation at this point, but perhaps was a real human back in the early 2010s.



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Reynolds has charm and in my opinion, more range than Johnson, who is literally the same in every movie.

His biggest acting stretch was portraying DeVito in the Jumanji sequel.
Not only that, but almost every movie he's in seems the same. My 10 year old before watching Jungle Cruise: "If it's about a jungle, he's always in it."