I was expecting a fun, silly story, but unfortunately, there were just too many nonsensical aspects of the movie to be able to suspend my disbelief and get involved in the story. Honestly, the first third of the movie is pretty good, but then it devolves rapidly. For instance (there are some spoilers in here):
The main character has literally no skills, ability, knowledge, experience, etc. but the super-badass secret agent sends him to infiltrate the genius villain's base, with no advice, maps, training, clear direction, weapons, etc. What?
The main character and the female supporting character try to use a magical set of Tarot cards to find out where his brother is. The initial effort doesn't work. Then, the female supporting character says, "These cards probably feed off of emotion. You need to show the cards why you want to find your brother." What? This girl is literally a poor seamstress, and yet somehow has insight into ancient, magical Tarot cards? How? Why? There was absolutely no info about the cards up to that point, nor any indication she knows anything about the paranormal.
SPOILER: The impossible-to-find Midas box is actually just around the corner from where the villain's main work camp is. Seriously. I'm not kidding. They literally just walk around the corner and find the location he has been spending months searching for.
Later, the protagonist's brother is trapped in a basement room filling with water. Around when the room is 3/4 full (after only about 2 minutes of water filling the room), the protagonist leaves, goes to find a suit of armor, puts it on, tracks down the villain, engages in dramatic fight scene, then comes back to open the room "just in time". Lol.
I really wanted to like this movie, but sadly, it was just too silly. The things I mentioned above are only a couple out of dozens, and dozens of things that just didn't make sense.