This movie started off slow. Real slow. But it is worth it. I would definitely recommend this to just about anybody. It's not too bloody and gorey, which is good. I don't mind a lot of gore, but so many people do that it's worth mentioning.
This movie is almost a psychological thriller, though IMDb.com (Internet Movie Database) has it genre'd into Action, Crime and Drama. It walks you through one day in his life where he hears things like "70 million people come into the world every year and they are sucking up our resources" and "you're a prodigy of the world." Mix that with a few bad run-ins with the parents, coffee shop, fast food chicken place, an already unstable mind could be given a slight nudge into temporary insanity. As SlashFilm.com said, "It is Grand Theft auto with real people."
It portrays the feeling of a group of people that we are all just "drops in a bucket" and, therefore, we are all worthless along with the ego we all carry (yet some can't keep in check) that seems to fly right in the face of that worldview and mixes them to bring home one statement: "You're money is just as worthless as you are. So I'm going to fix it." Be ready to decide your own moral stance, because this movie poses a moral question and leaves it up to you to answer it.
It's put together in a very clever way. The order of events work out so well that it is believable that this could, in just the right kind of small town, actually happen. Which could (and maybe should?) strike fear into the heart of us all.
Very well done, Uwe Boll (director). I might be looking up more of your movies.
Did I like the movie? Yes.