Its title is an early tip-off that “Blunt and Lola” will be another riff on Frankie and Johnny’s old inconveniences. Deified in melody and in front of an audience, these two have loaned their names and despair to two or three movies. (The motion picture imparts its title to a Jimmy Buffett melody.) They’re back in shadow frame in “Candid and Lola,” this time with an unpersuasively combined Michael Shannon and Imogen Poots as Las Vegas souls who, in the wake of tumbling into bed, fall for each other.
Before long, Frank and Lola discover that affection still damages, particularly when rings of desirously begin turning through the story and he mistakes relinquish for ownership.