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Cert 15
107 mins
BBFC advice: Contains strong bloody violence, gory images, language

Is this comedy, action or drama? Is it intended to be a lampoon of the 1980s movie or are we meant to have taken it seriously?
I don't know and, only a few days after watching The Predator at Nottingham Cineworld, I was past caring.
Mrs W said she had presumed what The Predator would be like and avoided it. She made a good choice.
Shane Black's film centres on a specialist army officer (Boyd Holbrook) who steals a helmet and weapon from a crashed spaceship.
Stupidly, to avoid detection, he sends them to his ex-wife's home and the package is opened by his autistic son (Jacob Tremblay).
The latter is a bit of scientific whizz and unwittingly manages to alert another alien spaceship of their whereabouts.
Thus, aliens with dreadlocks and the uncanny ability to make themselves invisible are, once again, threatening the earth.
And, apparently, the only one who can stop them is the renegade soldier and a band of eccentrics who he breaks out of custody.
In addition, there are a couple of kick-ass women in the shape of a scientist (Olivia Munn) and our hero's ex-wife (Yvonne Strahovski).
I can't say that I was a huge fan of the original movie but I can't recall it being quite as cheesy as this one.
Indeed, with its 1980s-style soundtrack and unusual characters (Tourette's is portrayed as well as autism), there is an unexpected quirkiness.
However, its problem is that there are so many action films which do humour with more punch and so, against the likes of Ant-Man or Deadpool, it looks weak.
Ditto its aliens. A Predator now looks like a tall bloke in a Halloween costume as opposed to a fearsome adversary.
All things considered, I was left asking a familiar question of yet another remake. What was the point?

Reasons to watch: If you have never seen an 80s-style action movie
Reasons to avoid: Pointless remake

Laughs: None
Jumps: None
Vomit: None
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 4.5/10

Director quote - Shane Black: "There was a great deal of nostalgia, and also a desire to do a kind of old-school thriller in the form of The Predator. Because... there’s a lasting quality that the original movie has that’s due, I think in part, to the fact that it was made before it was so easy to just do a bunch of CGI effects and before videogames had taken hold as well."

The big question - Who thought a remake of The Predator was necessary?

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