Waste of time! It dragged out, it was slow and the typical story line. Spouse doesn't tell other spouse about suspicious activity till the end when it's a big deal, spouse sides with bad guy then realizes no my spouse was telling the truth, useless to save them, and then LAME fight scene. Sooooo dumb!
At the helm for the first-time, and working from screenwriter Christina Hodson’s slick balancing act of aspirational romance and dark psychology, longtime producer Di Novi enlivens the generic mix with a tinge of camp and a sure grasp of mean-girl dynamics.
It’s all glossily camped-up nonsense with an amusingly inappropriate title, but luridly – and ludicrously – entertaining nonetheless.
Framed like a phantom in black shadow and silvery silhouette by legendary cinematographer Caleb Deschanel (“The Right Stuff”), Heigl slices through this silly little universe, consumed with her mission, bigger than all of it.