Jack Reacher: Never Go Back.
Incredibly competent. Spectacularly efficient. Superbly average. 73%.
There are lots of holes to pick if you really want to, because the story is based on something built up over 18 (by this point) books - the concept of Reacher having a daughter he didn't know about. In movie terms, this plot point is 105 minutes in. Anyway, this film has possibly the weirdest relationship to time I've ever seen. Reacher busts someone out of jail, goes on the run with them, ends up in New Orleans and disposes of the bad guys. This is done in what appears to be about two days, but the same time as the Big MacGuffin happens (weekly) and the same amount of time it takes a guy to get himself home from Afghanistan and develop a full blown smack habit and get kicked out of house and home by his wife. Meanwhile the bad guys have a command centre that is exactly like the Armys, which had me wondering for a short while how they managed to get from Washington to New Orleans in about 20 minutes.
Also appeared curiously low budget (cf set reuse above), with some fairly obvious background CGI during the low rent finale.
Despite all this, I enjoyed it. Because it's competently done by talented people, so there isn't anything obviously wrong with it.