Director: Tanya Wexler
Year Released: 2021
As a young and difficult girl, Lindy (Kate Beckinsale) was diagnosed with having "Intermittent Explosive Disorder" (which is real, by the way) due to her violent outbursts; as an adult, she's hooked up to a special device that controls her rage, but when Justin (Jai Courtney), the accountant she's dating (and really likes) is killed by his boss, she wants answers. It's trying - like so many other movies - to be this sort of John Wick/Atomic Blonde combo, but it's very cheap looking and the "story" goes the same route as so many other recent movies: the screenwriter is a male but naturally it has "woke" scenes involving mansplaining, manspreading and of course the "nice guy" is "secretly" a villain. Lindy's "motive" is so frail, she has to continuously explain that even though Justin wasn't technically her "boyfriend" she had "strong feelings" - yup, I get it, you didn't spend a whole lot of time thinking about the whole endeavor.