January slouches on with the release of Gangster Squad, a bloody revision of the old Warner Bros. crime films of the 1930s starring Ryan Gosling, Sean Penn, and Josh Brolin. It's a good-looking picture, reports Kurt Loder, and there's plenty of smash-and-clamor—car chases, gun fights, and brutal smackdowns abound. But all of this set-piece razzamatazz can't obscure the fact that there's virtually no character development, and therefore no reason to care about any of the characters.
The mom got the kid back, but not the car.
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