One of the few films in my collection I will have purchased SIX TIMES in various home video formats.
Capitalism. It ain't perfect, but it's the best there is. Dan Gilroy's Hollywood success is proof of that.
This sort of thinking only makes sense if you're a statist with a twisted notion of the world and how it works. If you believe that stealing wealth results in the same economic outcome as creating it.
As I grow older, I find I'm less tolerant of wasting precious time on dubious prospects.
Ultimately, the film sets down on the side of morality as it depicts the futility of recklessly attempting to regain one's youth by pursuing a superficial sexual fantasy.
Too many cooks in the screenwriting kitchen, from what I've read concerning the film's production.