||Kit Ryan's "Botched", an English-language film made with European money and starring one notable American actor surrounded by a cast of foreigners, is not what you think it is. The title would seem to infer some type of heist movie, and yes, it is indeed a heist film -- or at least, it starts out as one. Beyond the initial heisting, it's one of the strangest movies I've seen, a combination of "From Dusk Til Dawn" mixed with your traditional horror-comedy slapstick, complete with goofy fast-motion gags and gore aplenty...First-time director Kit Ryan keeps the film moving at a nice, breezy clip, getting down to the nitty gritty with plenty of time to spare. The violence is appropriately cartoonish, with plenty of gore for the gorehounds, and enough absurd situations and plot twists to keep the viewer from drifting off during the downtimes..."Botched" is certainly not one of those movies that beg for a long review. It's good, clean fun, if by "good clean fun" you count gross-out comedy, gore, random acts of extreme violence, and of course, decapitations aplenty. There's also the perfunctory chemistry between the two leads, where they meet, fall in love, and decide to move to L.A. by the end of the film because, well, why not? That's "Botched" for ya in a nutshell. It ain't Shakespeare, but it was certainly a good time. Just don't take it too seriously.