Why is Oakland called the Raiders can put together these elite firefighters for their most difficult job but: babysitting. The sort of family-oriented comedy that apparently thinks that a precocious toddler practically killing people with a nail gun or a rambunctious tween by chance laying waste to a firehouse is giggle-out-out funny (and to be honest, many of the youthful viewers members on the preview screening thought it was), Enjoying With Hearth strikes strictly predictably beats.
Carson's right-hand man Mark (Keegan-Michael Key) steps in to say that this insubordination is not going to stand: If he says you are 8, you are 8.” It's a funny line, especially with Key's fuming supply. Smokejumper Superintendent Jake Carson (John Cena) and his crew (Keegan-Michael Key, John Leguizamo and Tyler Mane, who plays the largely silent Axe) are dealing with a crisis.
Director Andy Fickman labored with Johnson in 2009's Race to Witch Mountain, and with a special sort of heavyweight in Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2. He shoots this one lazily, letting his buff forged and the scenery of British Columbia (where it was shot) do a lot of the heavy lifting.
Now John Cena gets the remedy in Taking part in With Fireplace, in which he performs an over-muscled smoke jumper who finds himself and his colleagues compelled to quickly share their distant fire depot with a teenage lady and her two younger siblings.
John Cena is unquestionably going to be an enormous inspiration to all, whether in wrestling, trend, music and even movies as his participation in the trade is already more than common celeb. Unlike the movie Instantaneous Household , which coated weeks and months of foster care, this film compresses the timeline to just a few days.
The supporting characters are completely pleasant here, as Key and Leguizamo always are, and the kids are cute. Fire Station Superintendent Jake Carson (John Cena), Supe” to his crew, loves his job. Directed by Andy Fickman and written by Dan Ewen and Matt Lieberman, Enjoying with Fireplace” shoots for slapstick but lands squarely in the surreal.