If your idea of a good time at the movies is watching two grown men go at it with fists and shivs and nasty wilderness booby-traps, then you're in luck. Director William Friedkin's brutal throwdown of a movie offers plenty of blood and guts, but has little else to recommend it. After a long career as a professional tracker, L.T. Bonham (Tommy Lee Jones) has retired to the frozen wilds of British Columbia. His peace is broken by the arrival of FBI agent Dale Hewitt (Mark Pellegrino), who brings news of a grisly find in Oregon's Silver Falls State Park: the corpses of two hunters, dressed and quartered like deer. When L.T. learns that the gutted bodies of two other hun...