A simple Tom Selleck is our stalwart hero – a daring cop named Ramsey – who is appointed to a Metro “runaway” division tasked with wrangling crazy household robots. The film’s plot likewise concerns another (and great) sort of projectile that works like a guided rocket, chasing casualties by turning corners, saving money, rotating et cetera, accordingly allowing shot P.O.V. groupings: Raimi-esque steadicam shots of intricate and noteworthy build.
Sounds like it ought to be a truly decent activity film? Correct?
All things considered, hold your steeds, since it isn’t. Rather, this thriller is a risible amalgamation of each cop motion picture antique you’ve ever seen, with worn out circumstances, off-the-rack characters, and not all that great exhibitions (Simmons is particularly awful).