...It happens to star a certain Johnny Depp as Morton Rainey brilliant writer whose wife cuckolded him. And Johnny Depp, single-handedly, saves this movie from being a complete waste of time.
Much as he did in Once Upon a Time in Mexico, he makes his "hysterical-paranoid-person-whose-fears-a
Even when the patented StephenKingSpookyKrap™ starts happening, he's still marvelous. He's the only thing that keeps this movie from being a $10 nap. John Tuturro is as geekily psychotic as ever, but even with the fake Missouri accent (do they even have Jewish people in Missouri?) he's still just John Tuturro playing a bad guy.
This is by no means a "great" movie. It's annoying in almost the exact same way Identity was last year. But it's not awful, and it's amusing in places. Of course, all the amusement is thanks to one Mr. Johnny Depp.