Most movies of this genre seem to have an overlying "style" - editing effects, lighting, intros, cuts between scenes, general things of that nature. It's what sets it apart from other films, and makes you realize what it is without having to see major characters or things of that nature. It's got a "feeling". I don't think this movie has any of that, and I feel that that's its biggest flaw. I can accept plotholes, bad acting here and there, and boring story elements, but the movie feels like it has no underlying cohesiveness tying it all together, like a "soul". The lack of style makes this movie forgettable IMO. Not bad, just unmemorable. Do you know what I mean?