Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Bruce Willis Grant Park, Kildonan Place, Polo Park, St. Vital, Towne 14A 118 minutes
½ out of five Levitt any favours: He looks about as natural as one of reality TV’s Real Housewives.
But the actor surprises anyway, especially in his interactions with his older self. They hate each other, you see. Older Joe despises the younger’s shortsighted commitment to cheap pleasure. Younger Joe seems to consider his older self a major inconvenience but a living breathing memento mori, a reminder of his own mortality. (“Why don’t you do what old men do and die?”)
That dynamic is pretty interesting, and it’s one of the things that gives the film a kick that ultimately transcends its sketchy logistics.