Matthew Fox steals the spotlight in this film, playing an assassin by the name of Picasso. He is the exceptional element in an otherwise unexceptional story. It is a shame his work is wasted here. As Picasso, Fox is ruthless, exacting, highly intimidating, and imbalanced in all the right ways. His body matches his character perfectly -- he looks like his life is exercise. Eating, resting, sex are all secondary to becoming a master at his craft of assassination and manipulation. And that's only based on his appearance. Everything works together wonderfully with Fox in the shot. The film would be a vast improvement if we only followed Fox and forgot about the attempt at a story that happens around him.
While this is a let down of a film and a waste of a great villain, we see the promise of Fox and his potential to grow beyond his character on "Lost." There is hope.
World War Z is now in post production, and Fox a member of the cast. I'm excited to see how he develops from here in a film that should pull a lot of public attention.