A movie such as Most Wanted is incredibly frustrating for a film critic. You take all this time to watch a two hour movie that has a solid premise, a true crime story, and a solid collection of respected actors, and the final result is a big thud. It’s a tolerable film. You will tolerate the runtime because you wait, hoping there will be a big payoff. That never arrives in Most Wanted. Director/writer Daniel Roby takes the approach of telling the story from two sides, the reporter Victor Malarek (Josh Hartnet) and the wrongfully accused criminal Daniel Leger (Antoine Olivier Pilon). The story is all cut and dry and the final result is that Most Wanted spins the wheels and never takes us anywhere.