Written September 17, 2012
Gere plays a dirty hedge fund manager who has more than dirty books to cook. He's true to the stereotypical boss in high finance with mistress and all. However, what drives the plot are his actions after a fatal car accident in which he flees the scene. This movie works well as a suspense thriller in the world of high finance.
Written October 28, 2014
Great acting by Richard Gere, Nate Parker and Susan Sarandon. Terrible performances by Laetitia Casta, Tim Roth and Graydon Carter.
The movie is well paced. Great NY locations. I had a good time despite the above mentioned bad acting.
Written October 20, 2014
Loved the movie. Must see! Acting all around is superb. As for Richard Grer he hasn't lost it at all. He's still a fox in his later years and still has the sexy walk.
Written May 04, 2015
I was intrigued even though Gere's Robert is someone for whom one can have no sympathy. This movie takes one in as you watch a mman play several groups off each other including his own family. The acting is phenomenal even though the characters are perverse.
Written October 02, 2014
Had the mis-fortune of seeing this horrible excuse of a film over the week-end. It starts out slow and the only speed it picks up is the car crash! Other than that, it moves at a snails pace, very choppy and while the acting is marginal to OK, there are no great or dramatic scenes. Watching the grass grow is one of the only things that move slower than this flick. Should be out on cable and DVD/Blue-ray in the next 5-6 weeks.