The first 15 minutes, yeah, they were kind of fun. The novelty of the over-top-action wore off quickly though. Clive Owen and Paul Giamatti did good jobs, but their acting wasn't enough to save the movie from it's sillyness. They did try to add a sense of irony by including a message on gun control, however it wasn't delivered well at all, and came off as cheesy instead of impactful. Luckily it was under 90 minutes. Even at that, by the end I was skipping some parts. It had it's moments of fun, but I'm not going to be watching it again.