Here's a film that serves as proof that a strong ending can change your opinion on the piece altogether. You spend most of the movie thinking, "I don't think it's very good." But then the end sequence is shown to you and it feels so skillfully composed and seems too bring the rest of the plot events together so well, that you think, "Wow! This is a really good movie!" Funny how that happens.
very predictable (I wonder if the cripple who manages to get away with everything isn't a cripple and is actually the bad guy). very over-dramatic music. confusing to watch because you sit there the whole time wondering what's the point, why are all of these plot lines being told when we already know who the bad guy is. still, a decent film with some humor to make up for the ambitious plot.