Paradise has rarely looked as gorgeously ominous as it does in A Perfect Getaway
, director David Twohy's return to the small-scale thriller following the bloated would-be sci-fi epic The Chronicles of Riddick
. Anyone who has followed Twohy's career over the years knows that he's at his best when dealing with tense situations in an intimate environment, and with the story of real-life murdered honeymooners Ben and Catherine Mullany still in the news thanks to a surprising controversy, the plausibility of such a heinous crime lends the film an extra punch of morbid realism. But filmmakers will be filmmakers, and while Twohy nearly deep-sixes the whole end...