What wouldn't you do for a third of $4.4 million, tax-free? Lie, steal, betray your friends and family, kill? That dilemma drives director Sam Raimi's cool, spare adaptation of novelist Scott B. Smith's darkly compelling page-turner. Brothers
Hank (Bill Paxton) and Jacob (Billy Bob Thornton) have grown apart since their childhood on a failing Midwestern farm. Hank went to college and got an accounting job, married pretty Sarah (Bridget Fonda), bought a small house and has a baby on the way. Jacob, never the sharpest knife in the
drawer, has lived down to the role of born loser: He drinks too much, fails any test of personal grooming you can imagine, lives in a shac...