• One ought to thank Sandler though, because thanks to this movie the dreadfulness of all future films will be measured on a scale of 1 to ‘Grown Ups 2’

  • What really destroys the film is that even in the final hour it never feels like anything is at stake. The climactic scene falls completely limp because the story never makes you care about anything that’s going on. The film never presented me a hook to continue watching and ultimately I could finish watching John Day because I am a huge film buff, and the process was a struggle. Most film viewers will be fine skipping it altogether.

  • The story doesn’t make a lick of sense and that would’ve been fine had the film actually been funny instead of tedious.

  • Though some of the cinematography is stunning, and practicing gymnasts and torso enthusiasts will love Akhtar’s exceptional physique, it’s neither riveting entertainment nor smart filmmaking for the rest of us.

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