Written By: Andrew J Parker
Having reviewed ‘Zombieland: Double Tap’ last month, this month I have decided to give my opinion on the latest Nickelodeon/Paramount Pictures film which premiered throughout the United States of America on 8 November 2019 and several countries worldwide since with few positive
reviews during the Thanksgiving and Christmas season despite taking in nearly $54 million as well surpassing its opening weekend projection.
‘Playing with Fire’ finally premiered in the United Kingdom on December 26, and despite its perception of being just another corny Nickelodeon family friendly comedy, this PG feature actually takes a deeper feel then first appearances give off.
Backed by a near $30 million budget and starring WWE legend and 15-time champion John Cena (films such as the Marine, 12 Rounds, Trainwreck, Sisters, Daddy’s Home 2, Blockers, and Bumblebee), as Jake Carson, ‘Playing with Fire’ runs out plenty of chuckles, corny jokes, young rebellion and harmless violence as it plays towards young children and families looking for quality time over the winter season.
— To be continued in our February 2020 issue of Cut Frame Magazine. —
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