WWE wrestling commodity Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson isn't much of an actor, but for a mountain of muscle he's a surprisingly charming screen presence. And his low-key appeal helps nudge Peter Berg's derivative but good-natured light action picture in the direction of breezy entertainment, rather than painfully noisy macho posturing. Beck (The Rock), a gun-hating leg breaker who really wants to run his own little Southern Italian restaurant ("nothing fancy," naturally), is indebted to bullying crime lord Billy Walker (William Lucking). Walker offers to stake Beck the $250,000 he needs to make his dream come true if Beck will just do one last job
. The job, of cour...