Considering her last good film was an adaptation, it is safe to now say that Sofia Coppola is not as good of a writer/director we once thought she was. Her best work have been two adaptions and one revisionist histories, and then one film that relied on Bill Murry's charm. None of that is present in this film that leaves little to enjoy. Not even Bill can help pull it out from it's own apathy. Lackluster effort to say the least.
I really enjoyed this one. it changed the genre's a few times which added a fresh feeling, to both a contained war movie and then also a ghost story, only for all that to be obliterated in the third act, which at first caused my head to spin, only to deliver well enough to get me on board the final twist and appreciate the first two acts even more. It damn well ended up being kind of like Source Code. Yeah, I said that.
A no surprise woman in peril movie, that chooses to develop an unlikely friendship between a college girl and a meth cooker, while the antagonists of the main character meander around waiting for the third act to arrive.