字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Mark Wahlberg is back in Boston with his new Netflix movie, Spencer Confidential. So that's what we're going to be the next big hit for Netflix. Or is this a movie that should have just stayed confidential? Let's find out. So Mark Wahlberg takes the lead here as Spencer, an ex cop better known for making trope with and solving it. He just got out of prison and wants to leave Boston for good. But he gets roped into helping his old mentor deal with a boxing amateur named Hawk who's a no nonsense M M, a fighter that's convinced he could beat the shit out of Mike Tyson. But when two of Spencer's former colleagues turned up murdered, he recruits Hawk and his slutty ex girlfriend toe, help him investigate and bring the culprits to justice. I don't know. You don't get the cold gun. Hawk is the name of a man with a shotgun. Spencer does your taxes. That was good. We'll let you have your little gun before we go any further. In this review, I just want to take a moment and thank you guys from the bottom of my heart for giving me all this love and support on my channel for the past few months. Comments like these really tell me how much you guys love me and not just the comment section is just filled with so much positivity. And if there's one thing the YouTube comment section is known for, its the positivity. So thank you. But yeah, back to Spencer Confidential. It's movie not good. I'm gonna be honest. It was a bit of a mess, and it had about almost everybody copy shape in the book. Which is kind of a bummer to tell you the truth, because it's directed by Peter Berg, and he's made some pretty good movies with Mark Wahlberg. They made long survivor Patriots Day deepwater. Her rise in Those are very solid movies with good performances from Mark Wahlberg, who's very, very hit or miss I hear you whispering, planning on stealing something. No, ma'am, we're not. Plan on murdering me in my sleep. What? No, Mark Wahlberg is your generic good guy here, and it's right up his alley. And to say he sleepwalks through that alley this time is an understatement. I mean, he's such a generic good guy that even the bad guys in the movie column, a choirboy. Even his girlfriend in the movie mentions how he has this, like strong moral code, which is just the movies. Excuse toe move the plot forward cause he's stupid as how, when they're becoming a good guy in a movie, mean that you were dumb because in every Mark Wahlberg comedy movie, The good Guys are stupid as hell and it's no different here. I will say, though, if you're looking for a comedy just to get Stone to you could do worse in this movie. This movie has a lot of action scenes. I swear there was about a fight scene like every 10 to 15 minutes, and most of them came out of nowhere. You get to see a guy fighting a dog, which was as random as that sounds, and for a movie that's deemed a comedy. I didn't even laugh once, unless you consider the line. Did you just kick me? Broke to be freaking hilarious, cause if that's the case, you might be the one person this movie was made for. Grown men running around playing Batman and Alfred over here. Winston Duke is the co star here as the M M A Fighter hawk. I'm a big fan of Winston Duke. He was great in Black Panther. He was good in us. Ah, he wasn't bad, per se here. It's just that the screen writers gave him absolutely nothing to work with. There was absolutely no chemistry between Mark Wahlberg and Winston Duke, and everyone involved felt like they were mailing it in. But on the bright side, at least we got to see Post Malone's his acting chops, which was surprising. It pretty good, especially coming from a guy whose face looks like 1/7 grader's notebook. What do you say? Spends much? How's it feel getting out? We have a little going away message for you. For me. Give him hell, Spencer. But if Post Malone is the best thing I have to say about this movie that tells you all you need to know, this movie just wasn't funny. It wasn't interesting. It didn't know whether to take itself seriously or just go all out crazy. In the end, Peter Burke settles for something in between, which is fitting because this movie was just a blade in Netflix, CASS crap for everyone involved. I'm gonna give this movie a D. And unless you're high as a kite, I recommend you skip this one. But all right, guys, thanks so much for watching my review off Spencer Confidential. Go ahead and let me know what you think about Spencer Confidential. In the comments below, I know there's a couple of stoners out there that wrote up a nice little doobie on the couch while watching Spencer Confidential. I know you're out there, so go ahead, tell me in the comments below where you think and it's always go ahead and subscribe to my channel to keep talking movies and to keep up to date with the latest movies and reviews. And remember, stories may fade, but really legends never die.