This is a forty-minute concept fleshed out into a two hour movie. It’s kinda interesting: a staid accountant accidentally swaps cell phones with a hip guy. When he answers the other guy’s phone, he finds himself in a mysterious sexual network where people on the list call each other for anonymous sex. This is a new world for this quiet man, who opens up and starts having sexual encounters all over the city. Then he meets his dream girl via the list but she vanishes and it appears she’s been kidnapped. Then the owner of the cell phone calls and it’s revealed he’s not out of the country, but has grabbed the girl — and he demands that the accountant steal $20 million for him or he’ll kill the girl. It’s all a setup. Of course there’s more to it than that, as the accountant has to turn the tables of the bad guy, but it’s all too predictable and the ending is just weird and makes no sense. (He walks off and leaves the briefcases in the park? Huh?) Ultimately, this has potential, but there are huge flaws in the direction and script that bring it down. Ewan McGregor is miscast, too: I don’t buy him as a wallflower accountant. The rest of the cast is decent, but there are just too many problems with this for it to matter. Nice idea, though.