While the trailer begins on a serious note, things quickly transform silly when Stanley Hill takes justice into his own hands. Be that as it may, Travolta, God adore him, seems committed to the part, taking it as seriously as he ought to. As demonstrated by his superbly expansive execution in The People v. O.J. Simpson, the entertainer isn’t one to wink at the audience; he’s playing it totally straight. Travolta is about as faraway from irony as an on-screen character can get.
By and by displaying a greater amount of his comedic slashes, a Christopher Meloni (They Came Together) is by all accounts having a decent time playing Hill’s pal and previous accomplice in crime. Meloni and Travolta aren’t an awful sounding combo, either, in light of the fact that seeing those two on-screen characters tackle degenerate cops and criminals, in a R-evaluated movie from the director of The Mask and The Blob revamp, could make for a great deal of fun if done right.