Clark Collis
February 29, 2008 AT 05:00 AM EST

Slipstream features guns, drug use, Richard Nixon, and a Native American — yet, amazingly, it wasn’t made by Oliver Stone. It’s the work of Stone veteran Anthony Hopkins; the Welsh acting wizard also stars as a screenwriter whose fictional and real worlds collide. His directing impresses, but his script is a confusing and uninteresting mess. EXTRAS A workmanlike making-of featurette, three deleted scenes — including one that takes a jokey potshot at Stone’s Alexander — and a commentary in which Sir Anthony usefully explains just what his dreamlike film is all about. C+

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