Come on, did you pay to see this, or are you too ashamed to admit it? I regrettably spent a couple of hours last night watching this, and I have to say, it was one of the biggest loads of old guff I have seen in years. I love a bit of ridiculous, over the top action, me. Smokin' Aces, Shoot Em Up, Crank, The Matrix - suspend belief, and enjoy watching people do wacky things with guns and cars. This is like a bad impression of those great films... on bad drugs. In case you didn't know, the entire premise of the film is that random people can speed up their heart rate... so the world around them slows down. That's as much explanation as you're given for the various PlayStation style set-pieces that the characters pull off. And then they kill lots of people for no good reason other than a cotton loom, yes, an old fashioned machine for spinning cloth, tells them too. I take that back actually - very few people are killed in this movie, and what it needed was a massive body count. I would love to have been in the meeting where this crap was pitched. How did they pursuade Morgan Freeman, Jolie, and the English lad to get involved? It's not even cheesy enough, or action packed enough to pass off as trashy popcorn fodder - it's just plain rubbish, waste of someones millions and DVDs. It's like a movie project from the wet dreams of a half-wit video game design student. And am I the only person to find Angelina Jolie utterly repulsive? The irony of her constantly eating cakes and burgers was obviously completely lost on the director as she looked like an undead junkie.