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Ryan Gosling’s meaningless stuntman action comedy, The Fall Guy, falls flat. Bullet Train is an action-packed extravaganza directed by David Leitch, but even with Gosling and Emily Blunt’s combined star power, it falls short of being truly entertaining.

The couple who make the actual Fall Guy movie so charming are Ryan Gosling and Emily Blunt. They are so damn hot individually, you want to move in with them and curl up on the couch with a puppy and a cup of hot chocolate. 

Their chemistry together is so hot that it makes you wish there was a better, sexier movie for them to, well, bang in. This movie doesn’t have any banging. The 2020s tendency of sexlessness is still present, even in supposedly erotic films.)

REVIEW UPDATES OF THE FALL GUY MOVIE:

The Fall Guy, like the Lee Majors-starring 80s TV series it is based on, is positioned as a celebration of the efforts of the stunt crew—the unsung heroes who take the calculated risks in order for the stars to get the acclaim they deserve. 

But in actuality, the movie makes the same mistakes as any other wildly extravagant, action-packed extravaganza: The abilities on display begin to lose all meaning due to the excessive number of stunt scenes. The views of a small figure hanging from a thrashing, circling, broken helicopter stand alone as powerful images. 

However, due to director (and former stuntman) David Leitch’s (Bullet Train) inexorable pace of completing his ostentatious action set piece checklist, it all becomes meaningless noise, held together by a clumsy, disoriented screenplay that seems to have taken a few too many knocks to the head.

Ryan Gosling’s portrayal of Colt Seavers, a professional stunt performer whose career and developing personal connection are both ruined by a broken back after a badly executed fall, is oddly underdeveloped. Now, Jody (Emily Blunt), the ex-girlfriend he dumped following the event, is helming her debut film, Metal Storm, a sci-fi western with an incredibly unsettling appearance. 

Colt is also persuaded to come out of retirement at her specific request. But she didn’t ask for him, and she doesn’t want to interact with him any longer. As Jody’s film debut is in jeopardy, the movie’s star, Tom Ryder (Aaron Taylor-Johnson), goes missing. 

Colt must give it his all because he has been shot, set on fire, and kicked in the face numerous times in the sake of lousy art. Which I guess sums up the dichotomy of the stunt performer well.

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