Reviewed Jul 15, 2012
Jonathan Seamans’s review:
Spotted this on Netflix and decided to check it out on a whim, as I usually enjoy the three lead actors. To their credit, the acting was quite good, but it still couldn't save the overly-cliched characters and writing. I'll admit I didn't see the final twist coming, but honestly it was a bit of a letdown from the previous 90 or so minutes of buildup. If you want to see Pierce Brosnan play a scumbag, but one that is actually an interesting character, check out The Matador.