It is most expressive when he goes into anger mode, usually when someone hurts someone he cares about, and at those moments there is a lot of fire on Timberlake’s train. However, aside from those brief moments, you don’t even get the full sensation of what’s boiling beneath the surface, and while the film has the opportunity to explore its anger, it never actually acts on it – instead, it throws in a drama like the news about it Vivian’s will states that her house will be sold to the Church (something that will never be treated as a conflict after its inception) You might think the boring title with a name is an indication that Palmer is a character study, but it’s a movie that is a lot more invested in its poor narrative.