Lifeless, uninspired, and crammed with enough hints of intellectual consistency to give the socially conscious critical establishment shivers of excitement. James Caan stars in this Norman Jewison mess from 1975, about a brilliant survivor of 2018's ultimate spectator sport—a combination of roller derby, hockey, gladiatorial combat, and hopscotch—in a quandary because the corporate superconglomerates that now control the world don't 'low no survivors, no heroes, no individuals. An ideological hydra—and Jewison's violent mise-en-scene isn't all that competent either. With John Houseman, Maud Adams, and John Beck. R, 122 min.