This film certainly looks and plays the part of a spooky horror film for its first half. When Dr. Miranda Grey (Halle Berry) meets up with a mysterious and very wet girl in the middle of the road one rainy night, she blacks out and wakes up as a patient in her own psych hospital/prison. She’s also the only suspect in the murder of her husband (Charles S. Dutton). The film has a lot of twists and turns, as any good mystery thriller might, but the effort to outwit the audience gets carried away in the end. While logic isn’t the most necessary thing in this sort of film, the movie ends up being ridiculous. Berry does some nice acting here, bringing quality to the film it perhaps doesn’t deserve. Director Mathieu Kassovitz creates some scary images on occasion, but nothing could survive the preposterousness of this plot. Robert Downey Jr. is good in a medium role as a mysterious doctor.