In fairness, I got five minutes in. Still...
I know the main point I'm bringing up seems marginally relevant, but is it? It shows how little care when into the film. This extends to almost criminally bad dialogue, comically awful direction, and...well, listen:
The entire film is based on Kevin Spacey's character going to prison because a product his large multimillion dollar company sold injured its users.
This. Has. Never. And. Can. Never. Happen. In. America.
I'm not saying it wouldn't be great if it could happen, but if no one was punished with death (or even a day in jail) - as I think clearly they should have been - when Boeing's seemingly criminal negligence killed hundreds of people, it is clear that our society does not personally punish things companies do. God, it would be great, perhaps, if these people were punished, but they aren't. Corporations are punished with fines. That's it.
Thus, the entire film is based on something that could never happen. A multimilion dollar company that is shown to inhabit its own skyscraper has lawyers, and its founder doesn't go to prison in real life. Colondel Sanders doesn't go to prison if someone chokes on a chicken bone. No one in a multimillion dollar corporation is going to jail because of a faulty product. Period.
Of course that, in and of itself, merely is one reflection of an utter lack of care for ANYthing in the film. EVERYTHING is at least this bad. (Well, again, I can only speak to the first five minutes. But, my life is too valuable to waste another minute on this horribly directed, with horribly dialogue, poorly cast, badly acted, waste of...everything.