Despite the mystery being predictable, it still kept you interested because it was easy to follow. The movie suffered whenever it became a little too silly, such as the bathtub fight scene, or the scenes with the shooting range owner.
Jack Reacher wins the award for best snappy dialog in any film I saw in 2012, but he wasn’t quite as good as the loud teenagers in the front row of the theater seemed to think.
Nothing to complain or rave about.
Sure there was Western Union and Goodwill, but (as far as I can tell) they made a fake name for what appeared to be an AutoZone, so I’ll let them keep their points here.
It’s rare for a mystery movie to be rewatchable, but I’m glad this was the final movie I saw in 2012.