The same old Mamet stuff, and not even top-drawer Mamet. Actor-turned-director Joe Mantegna isn't to blame he stages scenes professionally and gets performances from his cast that are, by and large, less mannered than those favored by Mamet himself. And if anyone knows Mamet's rhythms, it's Mantegna: A member of the playwright's "Chicago Mafia," Mantegna has performed numerous Mamet roles on screen and stage (he won a Tony for Glengarry Glen Ross
). But his film feels like a parody of Mamet mannerisms, and the trouble lies with the play, which Mamet first penned some 25 years for an Actors Equity showcase. Inspired by a summer he spent toiling on a freig...