When part of your job is to review DVD's, you often get sent titles you never really asked for and will probably never write about, and which invariably end up on top of a huge pile of other DVD's that may or may never be watched. Yesterday evening was one of those evenings when I felt like attacking that pile of unfulfilled promise (well, you have to give it a name that makes it seem better than it really is), and happened upon Stormbreaker. This movie was supposed to be the big Young James Bond blockbuster last summer, but somehow this never happened. I became curious, checked the internet and found out that Stormbreaker underperformed spectacularly. While it didn't do too well in it's home country England, it did downright horribly in the rest of the world. If you have a movie with a budget of $ 40 million, and it only makes about $ 600.000 in the US, for instance, you know you didn't do too well marketing it. But is the movie really as bad as the worldwide gross ($ 22 million) tells us? Or is this a case of a movie that didn't quite get the love it deserved? Naturally, I became very intrigued, but soon found out that the pre-movie excitement wasn't justified.