This is a weird-ass movie. It's got that 1960's unmoored-from-reality lack of affect and seedy sexual politics ground up with a classic hard-boiled revenge plot.
Essentially, Lee Marvin is cheated out of his share of the loot from a heist, left for dead, and goes on a killing spree to GET HIS MONEY. I find Lee Marvin to be an especially distasteful actor, full of male entitlement. Not that that is unusual but, for me, it sits quite ill on Marvin. (Hence an extra half star is deducted.)
Like many hard-boiled crime films of the mid-20th century, Point Blank's plot is nonsensical. It is a broken trail of illogic and pseudo-cool.
Angie Dickenson's presence is purely a gratuitous nod to…