Watched this truly awful movie as it was on Sky and had Bruce Willis in it (usually a good indicator for me as I don't think Bruce does many turkeys generally). However, I was badly mistaken with this one as this had MONEY FOR NOTHING written all over it as far as Bruce was concerned. His part was largely as window dressing as he did nothing for the whole film except have a pointless meeting in a warehouse with the bad guy. The rest of the time he's largely sitting at a desk making phone calls. I should have know that this would be bad when Vinnie Jones turned up as a henchman in the first 5 minutes... never a good sign.
To go into how bad the rest of this film is would take all day but basically it's the most predictable plot and outcome I think I've ever seen in a movie. No plot twists or surprises are to be had and every aspect of what is going to happen is telegraphed from a mile away. Couple this with some completely ridiculous situations that we are asked to accept. For instance, everyone that is supposedly untraceable and "off the grid" under witness protection seem to have mobile phones on them all the time, which for my money makes them traceable to the nearest couple of metres at all times. Rosario Dawson's character, supposedly a Federal Agent with the witness protection program, while in hiding herself has been allowed to keep her phone and is dumb enough to keep it on to receive calls before booking a flight on her credit card under her own name! Duh! The hired killer tracking her follows her to Duhamel's motel but somehow Duhamel has time to come home, lock Rosario in his bathroom and leave again before the killer gets to the door of the room (maybe he went for a coffee break?).
Really, everything about this film has huge holes in it from start to finish. Even at the end when the hero pours gasoline all over the warehouse of the bad guy, we're expected to believe that none of the bad guys have a sense of smell and they all troop happily into the petrol soaked building so Duhamel's character can flambé them all with impunity!
The only thing to recommend this film is that Vinnie Jones' character is put out of our misery fairly quickly, which can only be a good thing. Avoid like the plague!