In an age where most action movies could aptly be titled, Assault on Your Intelligence, AP13, a cocksure, stylized, gutty thrill-ride very much in the tradition of star Ethan Hawke and producer Jeffrey Silver's prior collaboration, Training Day, represents a welcome alternative to the showy Bruckheimer model. The main problem (or benefit if you're the giddy type) with the Bruckheimer actioner is that they put explosion before emotion, slo-mo gun fire before fire in the eyes, and cussing before communicating. Ladies and gentleman, as AP13 proves, there is always room for both and it makes the world of a difference. It's not as if Bruckheimer doesn't hire top flight actors