A myopic attempt at marketing feminism in Hollywood, the movie shows all men as either stupid, psychotic, or deceptive, and women as their frustrated victims literally pushed over the edge. Even if such a theme was not the feminist propaganda that it is, it seeks to glorify its female heroines with characters that are frankly so stupid that they don't evoke the slightest sympathy for their cause. Why should one have a soft heart for a pair of female low-lifes who's self-inflicted dilemmas are nothing more than direct products of their self-imposed minimal educations and vulgar appettites?
With backward logic, the heroines choose to become fugitives from a homicide that any average person would clearly regard as self-defense. The characters then compound their problem by becoming armed robbers and fugitives?! It takes quite a leap in imagination to believe that two low-middle class women in their late 30s to mid 40s would suddenly decide to become bank robbers overnight. The emotion stirred in me by the "tragic" ending was more the relief of, "Good! That's what all criminals should do before they commit a crime: especially stupid ones!"
Perhaps amusing to the bored housewife-type or deluded militant feminist but not my cup of tea. Worth renting perhaps: hardly worth owning this overhyped junk film.