Michael Bay's new film "Pain & Gain" slams into theaters on April 26, but not without a rocky road of controversies in its wake. The film's true-life elements have come under fire for being insensitive, inaccurate portrayals of the harrowing story they represent.
Director Michael Bay returns this Friday with his first movie since 2005 that does not involve robots that disguise themselves as transportation vehicles. Based on a true story, Pain & Gain stars Mark Wahlberg, Dwayne Johnson and Anthony Mackie as gym-rats-turned-kidnappers who find themselves in way over their heads. Here, we answer every question that you could possibly have about Pain & Gain.
Over the years, I've developed what I refer to as the 20-minute rule. It basically says that a movie that hasn't hooked me in the first 20 minutes probably isn't going to.