I’ll admit, as soon as I see Logan Paul in the credits, I know whatever video follows is going to be a disaster. I get that Due to his YouTube popularity he automatically increase as the exposure from a marketing perspective of any video he’s involved with. Unfortunately, he can’t act outside his goofy YT persona in this film - and every other one he’s been in it is a C-list disaster. The script is terrible, the acting is phoned in, and there is no drama, tension, or excitement. This feels to me like an attempt to cash in on LP’s waning popularity rather than a genuine effort at making a movie.