Clumsy expository dialogue all too often dissolves into well-intentioned but tiresome political editorializing. In the lead, Mr. Callahan’s performance is wooden, to put it politely. Only David Pevsner in a supporting role seems actor enough to rise above the hackneyed material, creating an interesting character I’d like to see in his own movie.
Who am I kidding. I watched this for the eye candy, and there’s a lot of it. But the movie has delusions of relevance that it can’t hope to deliver on.