Quiet release, big impact.
Alan Tudyk shines in this performance as a downtrodden man plagued with loss and grief. He is truly the star of the show, despite the supporting status of the role.
Without him, there is no plot. Tudyk is brilliant in character acting and it clearly shows. Now...for the rest of the cast, they're alright. None of the other characters are likable or redeemable in any way. The acting is alright, but nothing special.
Its a decent movie night pick, but the real reason to watch is Tudyk.