Hollywood's quintessential TV show engineer - who was somehow both an 80's everyman complete with feathered haircut and also an action hero possessed of a profound understanding of the pure sciences - was Angus MacGyver.
In an effort to simplify it for myself, and you, the reader and fellow human, I have broken our humanity down into seven pieces. We will go in backwards order as it seems like it would be more exciting to get to number 1 than to get to number 7.
Imagine secret agent Angus MacGyver with access to the technology of a Fortune 500 aerospace enterprise. But, this time, he's not fighting bad guys. He's facing a challenge that would intimidate even James Bond. He's doing battle with budget.
Like previous SNL-skits-turned-movies, MacGruber's entertainment value is stretched thin over the length of a feature film. There are a few funny jokes, but not nearly enough to cover the running length.
The Philanthropist suffers from a misunderstanding of philanthropy and perpetuates the Global North's stereotypes. Viewers should know they don't need a million dollars and a private jet to make a difference.