A smug lawyer (Ben Affleck) in need of comeuppance tangles in a fender bender with a recovering alcoholic drone (Samuel L. Jackson) addicted to chaos in this twisty sin-and-salvation homily staged as a thriller with a documentary look. It’s a teasing drama — set, lest anyone miss the point, on Good Friday — with relentless good deed/bad deed reversals that are just interesting enough to make a sinner pray for an even more interesting, less obviously cross-shaped creation. B
Genre: Drama; Starring: Ben Affleck, Samuel L. Jackson, Toni Collette, William Hurt, Amanda Peet; Director: Roger Michell; Author: Chap Taylor, Michael Tolkin; Producer (person): Scott Rudin; Release Date Wide: 04/12/2002; Runtime (in minutes): 99; MPAA Rating: R; Distributor: Paramount Pictures
Posted April 26 2002 — 12:00 AM EDT
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