"Generally I love crime-thrillers (both fiction and non-fiction) and this had some good elements, but the editing was shoddy, performances uneven with Bruce Willis once again phoning it in. He has maybe 10-minutes of a screentime and is a non-factor with the plot outside of being Megan Fox's partner who disappears only to briefly show up at the end.
As for Fox she at least was okay, though not entirely believable as an FBI agent and Emile Hirsch and his southern accent sounded off, not entirel"
"I know by now that Bruce on the cover probably means a whole lot of driveling banter piss caught on tape in feature length. But the premise and Emile Hirsch co-starring caught my interest. Turns out Emile is the lead really, Megan Fox the damsel in distress and the guy responsible for the editing is the real villain. The dialogue was boring, the story done better many times already, so the director could have learned something beforehand easily when taking this on. Unfortunately for the crime fl"