Outside of the Lethal Weapon series, Danny Glover really seems to have very little range in his ability to play a believable character. And even then, it would seem that he was just in the right place at the right time to play opposite of Mel Gibson. Being a likable guy and being a good or great actor are two different things. As terrible as the writing is, and the direction, actors in this so called movie are not able to make this a believable story. Even Michael Madsen, who is usually adept at this kind of role, can't pull it off, or rescue the screwy twisted plot and story-line. Enter Cassandra Gava, a very beautiful woman, isn't enough distraction to help us get through a movie that should have been scrapped before it was made. I would not have paid the box office price for this film, and I think I over-paid by renting it.