When I saw that this movie featured Meg Ryan and Antonio Banderas, I had high hopes, and the plot seemed interesting enough, so I figured it would be a good watch. However, the film was so poorly written, directed and filmed that I quickly lost interest and simply could not force myself to suffer through it any longer. The acting was horrible, emotionless, and unconvincing. The director had neither vision nor creativity, and Meg Ryan seemed to be either inebriated or completely drugged out. Try as I may, I simply cannot, for the life of me, find one positive thing to say about this film, and therefore will not recommend it, except maybe as a non-violent, though extremely effective, method of torture.
This movie is absolutely horrible and should never have been made public. It should, however, become required viewing for anyone who seeks a career in the film industry as an example of how NOT to make a movie and end your career before it begins. Well what do you know...I guess I did find one good use for it after all.