Director: Steven Soderbergh
Year Released: 2011
A super-duper special agent (Gina Carano, MMA fighter) is double-crossed (or something like that) during a mission with Channing Tatum in Barcelona (or something like that) by the likes of Ewan McGregor and Antonio Banderas; she gets revenge, because in love and war a woman is more barbaric than men (or something Nietzsche said). The "plot" - which is told mostly in flashback (and who doesn't love constant flashbacks?) - is basically a series of scenes designed to show Carano (not a trained actress ... and it shows) running and getting into fisticuffs and gun battles and standing frozen in front of the camera. Soderbergh-ites who love pure technical skill should get a kick out of the well-choreographed combat sequences - others will probably wonder what's the point of all of this.