(The above image is from Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector. Aren't you glad you won't be seeing it?)

Here's a shock: of the three major releases this weekend, neither Health Inspector nor Stay Alive (Inside Man is the third) was screened for critics. Stay Alive, like most of the relatively cheap, audience-pleasing horror flicks that have been released in the past year or so, promises sadism, blood and, if you're lucky, pretty young girls threatened with sexual violence - really, do you need critics to tell you that? And anyone who goes to see Health Inspector after seeing the ads (Sushi is raw? Hilarious!) doesn't deserve to be warned by critics anyway. So, in sum: Health Inspector (presumably) sucks, Stay Alive (most likely) sucks and, what do you know, Spike Lee can make a movie that's nothing more than slick and fun to watch!