Was ultimately underwhelmed by this film's narrative, as it rushes towards its conclusion in a way that undercuts its condemnation of capitalism and corporate greed. However, it's still a very enjoyable, stylish ride with Pike playing her role to absolute perfection. She always puts in strong work, but she's not always utilised in a way that really plays to her strengths - not so here. She's a cold, cocky and unnerving delight.
Also, Wiest was badly underused - I felt like there was so much potential with her character. Some of those withering looks she threw at Pike...I wouldn't fuck with her.