Decent showoffy performances, but not much of a movie around it. The final scene pays off more than it should, but honestly, I didn’t care that much. Nicolas Cage has more to work with than say Gone in Sixty Seconds, but a lot of this material shows up in other films all the time, from the facial tics, to the anxiousness, to the typical scams, family crises, etc. Just because they combined it into one, doesn’t make it anymore that simply pleasant and mildly thoughtful, like an innocuous belated birthday card from a relative you barely remember. It’s a “nice” movie to take your grandparents to.