It's an entertaining diversion whose clever structure gives pulp-crime cliches a welcome twist. show more
While Brand manages a couple of effectively brutal bits of violence, Matthew Waynee's gassy screenplay is all premise and no propulsion. show more
It all comes together at the end, logically and with a twist. But it's not a game that allows the audience to play along. When the story is controlled by whatever memories the writer and director choose to put in the characters' heads, you're always on the outside looking in. show more
A terrible movie full of cliches, tired story lines borrowed from other films, a "twist" that could be seen a mile off. Not worth spending a dime on. This was a Hollywood slap it together and hope Liam Neson can carry it to making a few bucks. Liam, I'm ashamed you wasted your talent on this total dog.