This closed-space thriller pits a divorced mother (Jody Foster) and daughter (Kristen Stewart) against three ruthless burglars (Forest Whitaker, Jared Leto, Dwight Yoakam) in a huge brownstone. It's set up as a stylish exercise in suspense but, barring one or two fancy camera movements, doesn't succeed as either style or suspense; it's mainly a matter of applied mechanics. Director David Fincher has a way of squelching some of his best opportunities by shifting to slow motion when real time is what's needed, and the script by David Koepp is much too predictable in showing that Whitaker has a heart after all--and has too little idea of what it or we should do with this belated discovery. I was never bored but only occasionally interested. With Ann Magnuson and Patrick Bauchau.