Dissatisfied with his middle-aged, middle-management life, Edmond (Macy) reacts to a psychic's dismal prophecy by leaving his wife and turning his regretful existence upside down with a homicidal night on the town. Following the dubious advice of a sleazeball barfly (Mantegna), Edmond, in a nutshell, gets kicked out of a strip club, kills a would-be mugger, beds then kills a waitress half his age (Stiles), and ends up the plaything of his burly, black cellmate (Woodbine). Sound unpleasant? It is. Macy's usual, utterly convincing portrayal earns pic a half bone. Based on a 1982 play by David Mamet, which ran off-Broadway. Rent it with "Bad Lieutenant" for a night that'll destroy your faith in humanity.