A movie that’s about reckless freedom and counter-culture communities needs to be less by-the-numbers than “Action Point.” There was a time when a movie from the creators of “Jackass” about an independent amusement park with rides on which ticket buyers can actually get really hurt would have been an obvious slam-dunk. Imagine the “Action Point” that would have been made between “Jackass” and “Jackass 2.” It would have been dangerous and intense. Steve-O would have ended up in the hospital, for sure. Believe it or not, “Action Point” in 2018 feels too safe. There’s way too much plot and even the stunts that gave Knoxville concussions feel routine. It’s not unlike seeing a once-great athlete attempt a comeback. There are flashes of what once worked, but it’s also a little sad.
Per favore iscrivite al canale grazie mille.