I went to this movie very begrudgingly, however there was a kernel, no let me rephrase that, a speck of optimism that a best selling book couldn't be totally in bad taste. I had other good omens that this might be a passable movie such as Early Bird parking in Chicago for $14 for the entire day! Then there was the fact that I got MY seat in the theater. You know, the center seat with the railing for my feet is labeled as Pam Powell's seat. Additionally, there were actually many other people in the theater at 10 am! Shocker! I was much more open-minded to this movie now.
The movie was mostly explanatory drudgery or high impact action with deftly performed choreographed fights. It felt rather "Guy Ritchie" in the style as they slowed down the battles and the explosions of either blood or dirt being blown sky high. I'm afraid that is the only positive comment I can make. This movie was embarrassingly comical in a very unintentional way.
I'm going to give this 1 Reel just for the imitation of Guy Ritchie effects. (I just checked imdb to make sure he didn't have anything to do with this film. Guy, you're clear!)