A chatty and torpid home-intrusion thrill ride, “The Commando” adds up to an incompetent wrongdoing show loaded down with worn-out exchange and insignificant supporting characters to cushion its full length running time. Indeed, even Mickey Rourke fans will observe the film debilitating, since the entertainer vanishes from the film after the initial 20 minutes and doesn’t return until the counter climactic finale, where everybody in question is by all accounts happy the thing is at long last done.