The firs 2/3 of this movie were enjoyable - dysfunctional southern American family, quirky characters, an off-beat charm, some great lines - "Why'd he ever marry a psychiatrist?" "He thought she was a foot doctor." (a podiatrist, get it?) But the plot was thin to begin with and writer/director started re-running the same set-pieces over and over again until the film veered off into around 45 minutes of unbelievably self-indulgent, cloying pap in the form of an endless - and endlessly boring and banal - dialogue between Thornton and his on-screen wife (Laura Dern)that felt more like 45 hours, sacrificing any charm that the film initially had. I was also annoyed throughout by Thornton's ridiculous - and pointless - dyed hair and silly haircut. One False Move aside, has Billy Bob ever made a good movie?