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Plot points include a pignapping, Mija’s desperate pursuit, a bumbling Animal Liberation Front troop, an insecure corporate villainess (played with pitch-perfect iciness by Ms. Swinton) and a foray into the grisly mechanics of factory farming.
On the one hand, there is the villainess, Victoria Leeds (Priyanka Chopra), who is a drug dealer and a property developer: double bad.
The plot has the Baywatchers rescuing drowning people, dispensing helpful lifesaving tips and tangling with a drug-smuggling villainess played by Priyanka Chopra.
Chopra, whose villainess seems bored by the whole situation, would rather be eviling it up in a James Bond movie, and the fireworks-laden climax is full of punch but leans predictable and lacks excitement.
At one point, Theron’s villainess hacks into 1,000 midtown Manhattan vehicles remotely, which leads to cars plummeting out of fifth-story windows onto other cars and an impromptu road rally where road rallies should not be held.
Bryce Dallas Howard sucked the marrow from her turn as villainess, and the baby vampire army was a little cool.
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