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‘Snake Eyes’ Film Review: Henry Golding’s Charm Gets Lost in Pointless Prequel

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especially close, but pretty darned good for a franchise that was specifically created to sell toys to children.So it’s frustrating to watch Schwentke’s film “Snake Eyes” transform that saga into a dispassionate and mediocre action movie.

The drama is muddled, the action is murky, and the storyline can’t help but get goofier and goofier until, by the end, every attempt this movie makes to ground the “G.I.

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