comic. I have since found that the adaptation was loose at best. This is not to say that I have read the original and am poo-pooing the film version based on its lack of adherence. If this film were adapted straight from the comic, I should judge the comic to be poorly plotted.
I'm going to jump right to a part of the film that stuck out as incongruent with the nature of the film; that is, bullets fly, explosions happen, and only the bad guys get killed. In the middle of this, our heroes surrounded by a team of killers, elect to sacrifice one of their own so they can sneak out the back door. A little more thought (or less thought?) could have concocted (yet another) ridiculously implausible and bombastic escape for the heretofore (and subsequently) untouchable assassin team. It sticks out like a sore thumb in a film that's just ridiculous and fun. Coincidentally, the sacrificial lamb is the token black character of the entire ensemble (and film, I think), so actually there is historical precedent.
Other than that, a 'meh' thumbs up and a good film to watch when it goes into heavy rotation on TNT or FX next year. Not worth five bucks, though.