I had heard this movie is bad. It isn’t bad. It certainly isn’t boring. Its story – based on truth – has so many turns that it begins to feel like absurdist melodrama.

Angelina Jolie looks wonderful in her 30s hats and outfits – and her performance, when she isn’t screaming, is fine. Eastwood always knows how to fine character actors you’ve never seen before to come in for a scene and wow you, too.

The movie is long and uneven, but I don’t know who to blame. I think it is just a hard story to adapt.

Looks gorgeous on Blu-ray.