A death-row sociopath (Kevin Costner) is imprinted with the memories of a murdered CIA agent (Ryan Reynolds) in an effort to unravel the case the agent was working on—something about a computer hacker (Michael Pitt) and a shadowy anarcho-terrorist (Jordi Mollà). The psycho manages to escape the law, but he can’t escape the memories—or the agent’s feelings for his wife and daughter (Gal Gadot, Lara Decaro). The script by Douglas Cook and David Weisberg becomes more preposterous by the minute, but entertainingly so, and director Ariel Vroman has a high-pedigree cast (including Gary Oldman and Tommy Lee Jones) to escort us through all the over-the-top whoppers. Oldman’s last line suggests that this is the pilot to a projected franchise for Costner, as a sort of grizzled, schizophrenic James Bond. J.L.