In the annals of Quentin Tarantino-style crime pictures, this offbeat revenge drama stands out from the pack. Unfortunately, the idiosyncratic behavior of its protagonists takes center stage and the plot feels like an afterthought, and it's hard to build momentum from the sidelines. Veteran bank robber Mackin (Alec Baldwin) is badgered by his Mafia connection, Frank (Robert Miano), until he agrees to rip off a food-stamp plant in Detroit. Mackin's Motown liaison, Pointy Williams (Michael Jai White) sets him up, but Mackin kills the two crooked policemen Pointy hired to kill him
. While Detective Petrone (Rebecca DeMornay) searches for the cop killer, Pointy's c...