Though pulp sci-fi guru Philip K. Dick's amphetamine-fueled, mind-bending science fiction stories regularly seduce filmmakers with their cool, creepy premises, they rarely translate into satisfying feature-length films. For every haunting BLADE RUNNER (1982), there's a half-baked melange of goofball science and stuff blowing up like this. Brilliant reverse-engineer Michael Jennings (Ben Affleck, unpersuasive as a brainy techno-nerd) specializes in disassembling new high-tech gizmos and laying bare their innovations for the benefit of rival companies. Once he's done, his memory is wiped clean so he can neither benefit himself nor expose his shady employers. Lured by t...