Earlier today Fox 411’s Roger Friedman bluntly called Hancock, the Will Smith comic whatever that opens Tuesday, “a $150 million disaster…one of the worst family holiday weekend releases of recent memory — jaw-droppingly so. And that’s hard to do, since it clocks in at a mere wisp of one hour and 20 minutes. In such brevity there should be a reward. After all, Hancock, directed by Peter Berg, is shorter than most Woody Allen comedies. There’s nothing funny here, however, or witty or clever or even developed beyond an idea.”