A half dozen action set pieces, some of them done with thrilling, if not unique, style are strung together by a goofy story that doesn't take itself too seriously. That's too bad, because Gregg Henry is a pretty scary bad guy, in a businessman sort of way, and if the story had just the slightest bit of weight to it, it would have played immeasurably better. Casper Van Dien and Robert Englund don't really click as the long-paired ultra-clever thieves, although Englund certainly gives it an earnest try at being eccentric and lovable. Don't look at this one expecting too much; look at it for the opening chase -- which clocks in at about 11 minutes long -- and the hurricane-frenzied finale, as unlikely as a denouement as you will ever see. Watch out for that neon sign!