The film’s action is the most extreme encapsulation yet of Dwayne Johnson’s bombastic blockbuster work.
The film receives one of the best blockbuster home-video releases of the year—and just in time for the holiday season.
Fallout’s action scenes are cleanly composed and easy to follow, and so abundant as to become monotonous.
Round and round Gillian Anderson’s Blanche DuBois goes, and where she stops, everyone knows.
It punks its impressionable audience into believing a lie, then punishes them for their foolishness.
It lacks an ability to construct significant instances of character drama as symbolic of larger concerns pertaining to nationalist dilemmas.
The film is dry in its humor, clever in its elaborate robbery scheme, and somewhat bloated and unspooled in its storytelling.