Just terrbile picture that belittles the reputation of director Sheridan and several of the fine artisans on board (Deschanel, Spier). The main problem being the hackneyed logic free script that quickly unravels revealing nothing of interest and winding up preposterous. Craig out of his element here and Weisz and Watts both wasted in parts that one asumes made more since in the editing room. Pretty terrible.
What first seems to be a stranger-watching-your-home kind of thriller turns out to be an interesting take on trauma and mental illness. Unfortunately, it doesn't go beyond that - an idea. There's no depth, nothing is expanded on, and much of the action falls flat because the "twist" seems to come without a build. It looked great, though, and Rachel Weisz is always good.
Scenes out of order, SFX unfinished, no clear resolution, and a WTF ending stinger so nonsensical it almost seems like a blooper. I think everybody just got fed up, walked off set and left this crap incomplete. And then Universal apparently just dumped the unedited workprint into theaters just to see if anyone is dumb enough to pay to see it. A monumental disaster.