Paul Schrader's surprisingly slick and light new movie doesn't live up to its credits. Literally: Michael Ventresco's title sequence is the highlight, despite the stellar presence of new Hollywood hot-boy Skeet Ulrich and a knockout supporting cast. The film
begins with a miracle: Charlie "Juvenal" Lawson (Ulrich), a former Franciscan monk turned rehab counselor, restores a woman's sight. Con man Bill Hill (Christopher Walken) sees money in this miracle thing and sends music-promoter pal Lynn Faulkner (Bridget Fonda) to infiltrate Juvenal's world and
find out whether his power to heal is on the up-and-up. Faulkner falls for the saintly dude and the feeling is recip...