Dwayne Johnson


    In a year that has gotten off to a dismal start in terms of good movies, with only a few decent ones at the multiplexes (including “Get Out,” “T2: Trainspotting” and “Colossal”), the biggest dud of all has washed ashore just in time for the holiday weekend. “Baywatch” (Paramount), presented in skin-shaking Dolby, based on the insipid and jiggly NBC series that dominated the 1990s and made the wooden David Hasselhoff a household name, is a waterlogged mess with no means of resuscitation.