There are few directors more bewildering to me than Steven Soderbergh. In between his successful Ocean’s Eleven films he makes smaller, indie-darling fare like The Good German, The Girlfriend Experience, and now Haywire. There’s something charming about a successful director choosing to make ambitious, low-budget films; kind of like if Peter Jackson sneaked in a Meet The Feebles sequel before The Hobbit. But it’s hard to call Haywire charming in any other respect. Really, truly hard.