MovieLine - Sometimes there are one or two or three things in a movie that seem wholly implausible: For example, characters who, in 2011, don’t use or even appear to own cell phones. Depending on the movie — and the necessity of cell phones to the story — you might find that one little glitch unforgivable or you might look the other way. But what if a movie has so many glitches, so many careless oversights, that looking the other way only brings on whiplash? The characters in Dito Montiel’s The Son of No One use cell phones, all right. But almost nothing else in the movie makes sense. It’s as if Montiel, who also wrote the script, came up with a cool idea and then had no idea how to spin it out into an even minimally plausible story.