Clive Owen needs a career intervention, or at least a new agent. As recently as three years ago, Owen was headlining big Hollywood blockbusters ('The International') and glossy star vehicles ('Duplicity'). Three years before that he was in two of the best movies of 2006: 'Inside Man' and 'Children of Men.' Now he's headlining 'Intruders,' a dopey shoulda-gone-straight-to-video horror thriller about a low-rent mystical slasher called Hollow Face. How did he get here so fast? He's so much better than this.