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Review Baby Assassins a.k.a. Beibî warukyûre (2021): Underwhelming and i.m.o. a waste of time!

genre: comedy, action

Finally, I brought myself to watch this. Before I actually did, I had skipped through some scenes whether it was going to be fun or not but found too many scenes where the energy was too low. This really didn't motivate me. 

And I hate to be the bringer of bad news. But my gut feeling was on point. I know what the film was going for, but spectacularly fails, since it didn't make me laugh once. Not going to lie, my expectations were a little different. I wanted 80 percent action and 20 percent quirky comedy. Instead, it's 95 percent quirky comedy with 5 percent action. Granted, the little action that is present is of a high level. But the comedy? My god, it's so juvenile and unfunny that I simply couldn't bare the shenanigans. I do appreciate it if a film offers more than action, especially if this enhances the action and the overall viewing experience. In this case, though, it's so mind-numbingly bad you will get bored with it long before it's over.

Some people have been praising the hell out of this film, and usually I manage to see their point of view. But in this case, I simply can't. What is even more preposterous is the fact that they made a sequel to this. They say it's an improvement on the original. To be honest, that is not really an accomplishment. For the sake of fairness, I will review that title once I manage to get a hold of it. 

But overall, Baby Assassins is underwhelming and in my humble opinion a waste of time!

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