Nothing can prepare these elite firefighters for his or her most challenging job yet: babysitting. Nevertheless, the true heart and soul of the movie may be seen with Brianna Hildebrand, a young person who finds herself an unprepared matriarch who is nonetheless decided to maintain her household together at all costs. But it's John Cena's movie.
Director Andy Fickman worked with Johnson in 2009's Race to Witch Mountain, and with a distinct type of heavyweight in Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2. He shoots this one lazily, letting his buff cast and the surroundings of British Columbia (where it was shot) do a lot of the heavy lifting.
What results is a series of foolish disasters with Cena and his fellow tough-guy firefighters, performed by Keegan-Michael Key and John Leguizamo, seemingly creating soft spots for the youngsters amid numerous slapstick incidents. And would not you know it, it just so happens that children have now overrun Jake Carson's hearth station.
Is Graham Phillips in Riverdale than unwatchable, and pint-size Cena followers could also be curious to see him in a movie more appropriate with his Kids' Selection Awards internet hosting gigs than the likes of Blockers or Trainwreck Sadly, the film never shows comparable curiosity about what its young viewers, and topics, is perhaps thinking or feeling.
But then, Bruno Mars' Uptown Funk” kicks in. It's too hot, sizzling rattling,” Mars croons as star John Cena, enjoying Supervisor Jake Carson, calls in a drop of fire retardant, grabs a flaming department, fends off a lusty spouse and steps aside to let a small baby run face-first into the aspect of a minivan.
In 1998 he made his Broadway debut in John Leguizamo: Freak (1998), a "demi-semi-quasi-pseudo-autobiographical" one-man present, which was filmed for HBO by Spike Lee. Brynn (Brianna Hildebrand, the sarcastic younger X-Men trainee from the Deadpool films) is a teenage caregiving figure, Will (Christian Convery) is the tween-age middle kid, and Zoey (Finley Rose Slater), properly, she's harder to pinpoint.