Is not good. It's a clever concept-- a comedy wherein all of the characters think they're in a thriller and where the actual important life stuff (largely dealing with marriages falling apart) is relegated to the background so that a group of idiots can get involved with intrigue over information we're told again and again from the beginning of the movie isn't important. I can't tell if the problem is that it "just doesn't work" like the idea is clever but not really realizable (where do the stakes come from when you tell the audience that what is going on isn't important?) or because it just seems like the Coens aren't putting much of an effort into it. The film is neither as funny, tense, strange, linguistically creative as either the film thinks it is or as the Coens used to be without even seeming to try. And the Coens trademark camera wizardry, production design and oddball beauty are totally missing from the film in favor of an out of place transparency to the cinematography.