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The movie, with similar playfulness, has McKenna join forces with “the loonies,” a raucous crew of PTSD-scarred banter machines played by Trevante Rhodes (the genial standout of the bunch), Keegan-Michael Key, Thomas Jane, Alfie Allen and Augusto Aguilera. Also along for the noisy, splattery mayhem is an evolutionary biologist named Dr. Casey Bracket (Olivia Munn), who is brought in for her scientific expertise but soon finds herself relegated to the all-important tasks of running around with a gun and turning the heads of her male team members. (At one point, her survival depends on her ability to strip naked as quickly as possible in a quarantine zone, a gag that feels too sloppily executed to even count as gratuitous.) Meanwhile, the task of figuring out the Predators’ game plan falls to McKenna’s son, Rory (Jacob Tremblay), a boy genius who’s on the autism spectrum. Whether this plot development is meant to inject some sweet sentimentality into the picture, or to mock the very idea of sweet sentimentality, remains unclear. And so it goes with “The Predator,” whose motives manage to be both utterly transparent and a bit of a blur. From time to time its mix of foul-mouthed bro camaraderie and in-your-face violence nods in the direction of modest entertainment value, but the net effect is a whiplash-inducing muddle. The movie is full of noise and energy but devoid of real wit, coherence or impact: One minute someone’s telling a vagina joke, the next minute a guy’s getting his limbs ripped off. Everything on-screen is accorded the same weight.
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