The Dullness from ‘Blacklight’ keeps The Light On

This action movie took place in a better movie

Image by Open Road Films and Briarcliff.

There’s one rule for action movies: ignore logic. The movie is there to entertain you; it’s better to dismiss the plot. Forget about insane car stunts. Nothing else matters but the cool action scene.

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