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A low budget spooky sci-fi marvel that spins a seemingly innocent dinner party on it's head. Solid performances by unknown actors help add to the tension. You won't be able to keep up with what's happening near the end but you'll be glad that you're along for the ride.
This movie is entertaining at times and it's nice to see the NFL so integrated into a film, but this ranks up there with Tin Cup (another Costner vehicle) as one of the dumbest sports movies ever made. What Costner does with the #1 pick makes absolutely no sense. It would have been nice if the screenwriters actually tried to make the draft-day decisions more realistic. Jennifer Garner is annoying as the forced love interest, and Dennis Leary seems out of place as a feisty coach.
The premise here is interesting but the execution is a little tiring. It's basically an 80 minute series of Bluetooth phone calls that really doesn't lend itself well to being a feature film. That being said, Tom Hardy is awesome as usual. This guy is going to win an Oscar within the next 5-10 years. He carries the film (obviously) and makes it watchable. I wonder how much BMW paid for this because this movie is totally a long ad for their SUV an in-dash console system.