But here’s the thing. Don’t read the early reviews. Just know that so far it’s living up to its $237 million expectation. The last thing you need to do is go read one of the reviews raving about the movie and spoil all your fun.
Both Variety and The Hollywood Reporter have reviews up about the film, but they are more a synopsis about the movie than anything else. You don’t want to read this. The less you know about the story the better the experience will be for you.
Of course if you just plan on downloading a cam version anyway, only to turn around to poke fun at the gigantic budget film and call it a flop, have it. But for those that actually want to spend money in a theater for once, stay away from these spoiler-filled articles. They say the movie is good and that’s all you need to know.