Let me start off by saying that there are some actors that I will see just about anything they're in. Ashley Judd is one of them. So, I was obliged to see this regardless of the critical drubbing it's getting on RottenTomatoes (a resounding 1% at last check). It's probably deserved. This is a remarkably predicatable movie. I mean, since the twist because a defacto requirement for thrillers (when did this start anyway? I blame the Manchurian Candidate), I've been less and less surprised by them. This one has it painted right on the wall and then continues to apply more coats as the film goes on. There really isn't much to recommend beyond the fetching Mrs. Judd. They do a great job of setting up a little personal drama for her that gives her something to work on. The film is soft focus and otherwise unremarkable acting or filmmaking-wise. I only hope she stops starring in crappy thrillers and tries her hand at something more substantial. I guess it pays the bills.