Shane Black's The Predator is probably not what anyone expected from a new Predator movie. It's very fast, very funny, and, as with all of Black's previous works, it gleefully embraces genre cliches and turns them sideways. The Predator doesn't have much to do with 2010's fun reboot Predators, although it does reference the big, mindless Arnold Schwarzenegger original, released back in 1987. This is Black's fourth feature as director, a career turn that follows his ultra-successful stint as a screenwriter (peaking with the million-dollar Lethal Weapon). But it also follows his lesser-known career as an actor, which included a role in that original Predator. So not only does The Predator bring Black around to some kind of monstrous full circle, but he takes it one step further...