Michaël R. Roskam’s 2011 feature Bullhead was bold, proactive, and powerfully original. It was a thoughtful meditation on masculinity as it relates to both sexuality and violence. Sadly, his follow-up, The Drop, is a shrug of a picture that lacks any vibrancy whatsoever. The movie seems to coast on being a Dennis Lehane-scripted, working-class crime picture filled led by talented actors. There’s barely anything beneath its stolid surface. The film is too meager too offend or excite in any manner. At most, it’s an odd whimper of a crime thriller where the most engaging aspect is Tom Hardy playing with a puppy.