Poor Ed Begley Jr.
This is not as bad as some would have you believe. It expands on the mythology and has some neat ideas about the passage of time. The one thing I will say is that it was more fun to watch at home than I imagine it would be in theater because there's a lot of "subliminal" imagery to pause and look at. It also didn't hurt that it was storming outside my window while I watched it.
Things noticed this time around:
1) There's a shot where they are using a technique to speed up the film to give a car chase the appearance of being faster than it is, BUT there is a freeway in the background and if your eyes are focused on those cars instead, they're moving at a ridiculous rate of speed.
2) When the stunt man is on fire, he stops acting hysterical long enough to look back at the actors with…