Killer Joe, that's what I was thinking of. Also, I disagree completely with your thoughts on Harrelson. Sure, he's kind of a tool offscreen, and he picked up a large amount of career steam after Zombieland, but the projects he's picked since then have been consistently great. Both The Messenger and Rampart garnered him worthy acclaim.
I certainly don't think he's a bad
actor, but some performers just don't have a strong enough presence to embody characters. He's one of them. I remain the only person who didn't sing the praises of The Messenger, it seems. I thought Samantha Morton was great in it but I find Ben Foster to be a terrible actor and I found Woody quite uneven in it. Rampart, on the other hand, is just a terrible film. I didn't understand the praise for that film at all. We've seen great crooked cop dramas made by better artists and Rampart almost seemed like a satire of them. My mind was blown as I watched because I couldn't believe that the intentions of the film were not to parody. I think Oren Moverman is the worst of this new school of independent directors that are quickly rising to prominence. On the other hand, I think Cary Fukunaga is one of the most interesting so maybe he'll pull something out of Harrelson I've never really noticed.