I'm getting internet set up at our new place on Tuesday, and in many cases the absence of internet is both a blessing and a curse. Specifically, a higher volume of viewings accompanied with short reviews.
As for this film, at times the level of aspiration a film strives for can make it break the damn thing. Unfortunately for the viewer, such is very much the case there. The film simply tackles too many areas, and as a result none of them are allowed to reach their full potential. The execution itself is quite bland, and as a result the viewing experience itself follows suit.
Standard early afternoon cinema. Nothing more, nothing less.