Hoo-lawdy, look at that cast: Alba, Rodriguez, Segal, Lohan. "Introducing" Don Johnson. It even looks like DeNiro's doing more than punching the clock in this one. And it's refreshing to see the neo-grindhouse mindset take an actual stand, however muy macho, on an issue. So I don't really understand the whining of Josh Tyler over at CinemaBlend, who complains the trailer's political commentary is harshing his little buzz and that he just wants his "blood, guts, and boobies." Oy. Fanboy, meet real world; real world, fanboy.
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