Untraceable is a shameless, major-studio bid to get in the torture-porn game by hitching a big-name star to a hideous premise. Diane Lane plays a FBI agent trying to shut down a Web site featuring live torture. The more people log on, the faster the victim dies. The movie also throws in cruelty to animals and child endangerment, yet most sickening is the moralizing about how awful the people are who visit the site. Like so many other pieces of hollow Hollywood hypocrisy, this means to wallow in the Wild West ways of the Internet and condemn them at the same time.