Apparently there is just an endless market filled with enthusiastically cheering people that can't get enough of disjointed, overused cliches.
I considered giving this three stars (thinking, well, 2 1/2), but it gets a star knocked off for falling so far short of its potential. Moore should NOT direct movies! This mess is filled end-to-end with cliches that are thrown together in a hodge-podge of low-grade video clips. The CGI can be produced by anybody today using open-source compositing software and some time, so that sort of thing is passe and does NOT a movie make! I look for a compelling story line that employs perceptive cinematography to capture acting that transcends "acting." The cast had the potential to deliver. But they were all hamstrung by pitiful direction and the results of terrible editing.
And this mess gets SO much wrong that it becomes maddening. As just one example, near the end there is a composited scene with slow-motion automatic gunfire. One spent cartridge is ejected into clear view, and it has the bullet still in the cartridge. And that sort of thing is everywhere. The attention to detail is pathetic.
Moviemakers seem to think that they can just wow us with CGI and basically punt for the rest of the film. And, by the ratings of this one, apparently they are correct, because the bar is that low.
So, the question I have to ask people that rated this FIVE STARS is: How many stars is John Wick worth? Comparable genera. But if you can justify giving THIS mess the max rating, then apparently you think it's comparable to John Wick. And if you can put these two films even in the same vicinity as each other, you've lost ALL credibility!
I rest my case.