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The story takes place in Manitoba, which is pretending to be Kansas, but won't fool anybody. Frank isn't aiming quite that deep and "The Lookout" finds an ending that's more crowd-pleasing (people in my audience clapped) than would have pleased me.
The absence of twistedness that slightly disappointed me at the end isn't the same as the lack of twistyness that will probably disappoint other viewers.
We've seen so many of these slick crime thrillers that we have come to expect trickery, but "The Lookout" can't think any faster than its lead character. Frank may have adapted "Get Shorty" for the big screen, but "The Lookout" is less quippy and cool, more sad and yearning. I kind of think this one will get better as I mull it over more.
Frank's script wanders a bit too close to allegory at times, over-layering thematic and visual metaphors and setting up too many images and snippets of dialogue for future use.
But he stays true to the pulp formula of the crippled man who becomes the pawn of a charismatic criminal (Matthew Goode, completely unrecognizable from "Match Point" and *shudder* "Chasing Liberty") and a squeaky-voiced moll (Isla Fisher, who deserved much more screentime than she gets here). Frank's directing eye is attuned to performance nuance and every member of the cast is superior, including Jeff Daniels adding a dose of humor as the main character's blind buddy and Bruce Mc Gill, who plays Gordon Levitt's father with a perfect shade of wealthy rectitude and pity.