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Milla Jovovich stars as Kat, a beautiful bad girl with a passion for guns and danger. Stuck in a life of crime and controlled by her ruthless, drug-dealing boyfriend Big Al (Angus Macfadyen), she wants more than what he has to offer. When Kat starts making her own deals and Big Als sidekick (Stephen Dorff) professes his love for her, tensions rise and jealousy explodes. Desperate to start a better life, Kat knows revenge is the only answer. Now, with help on her side, she can take down Big Al once and for all.
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The plot is basic, Milla's character Kat is dating 'Big Al' an abusive, violent criminal in Queens, New York. After she's had enough of his abuse she frames him for a crime and takes over his criminal enterprises.
It's the sort of movie with good acting and interesting ideas but it seems they used the first draft of the script and didn't bother to give it any thought. At one point Big Al calls the cops to his apartment to arrest a would-be burglar. The cops see his apartment filled with stolen goods and illegal weapons but can't do anything because they don't have a warrant. Which is nonsense. That's not how the law works. It is so stupid I expected a follow up where Al is arrested. But it's just forgotten.
Kat's clever plan to frame him is similarly half-baked. She has someone wear his jacket and hoodie to commit a murder. It seems obvious the evidence against Big Al is circumstantial and won't hold up. Why not just rat him out for the crimes he actually committed? Then Kat goes to visit Al in prison and tells him her whole plan. Surely the next scene should be either Al walking free or Al sending his friends after Kat for revenge? But no, it's just glossed over. No one seems to have thought too much about the plot, I think I just gave it more thought than the writer or director. And no amount of good acting can save a film when the story makes no sense.
It's also the sort of film that supposed to be set in New York but was obviously shot somewhere else.