Like someone tried to overdose on skittles but ended up throwing up and Tim Burton decided to film that.
an interesting mess.
It's as bleak as you'd expect from McCarthy and from a director whose brother killed himself while he was making the movie.
But the bleakness is not the problem.
It's that the film feels like monologue porn. Every single character gets a speech. Everyone speaks in parables and methods. It gets frustrating after a while.
The weakest performance by far was Cameron Diaz. And it's not even her fault - it's Ridley Scott's. Did she really need…