When movies are terrible, I sometimes wonder if the Mafia uses those films to launder money. Why else would they spend such a considerable amount of cash (150 million dollars) on such an atrocious film.
When I saw the trailer, anticipation permeated my thoughts as I looked forward to the day I could sit in a dark theater with a bag of popcorn, feeling contentment with Matt Damon, the movie and world. Sadly, films have disappointed before, and will continue to disappoint in the future.
IMDb assigned a score of 6.0. The critics bestowed a 36 and the audience a 42 on Rotten Tomatoes.
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