Granted, critics were none too kind after the Norman Bates fiasco of Gus Van Sant's remake of "Psycho," but one misstep is no reason to stop trying. What's needed here is something a bit more like Michael Caine's turn in "Dressed to Kill." With the right knife, I know Vaughn can get in touch with his inner villain -- like his serial killer in "Clay Pigeons" (pictured), only better and sans the goofy laugh.
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