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By Isaac Orr
New carbon-dioxide rules would put America in the dark
Topic - Statham
Jason Statham tries working with a top-notch director and a surprisingly strong supporting cast in a film based on an acclaimed series of caper novels, and winds up falling flat in the most surprising of ways.
Despite some superficial similarities including a nearly identical title, two hunky midlist lead actors and a storyline about a shadowy ring of international assassins, this is not a remake of the 1975 Sam Peckinpah film "The Killer Elite."
("Killing is easy," he says. "Living with it is the hard part."