So crime does pay?
Not only does it pay, but she also had plenty of time. Because she wouldn't do the crime, if she couldn't do the time.
Agreed, the way the movie ended was very questionable on a moral and ethical front. The main character basically gets away scot free for her crimes in the end, with no major consequences on her part whatsoever, despite it being her idea to ambush Khalil's house to begin with. The only one who suffers in the end is Youcef, who presumably did a considerable amount of time afterwards.
It makes the whole thing come off as a feminist girl power fantasy, with the titular character basically replacing the guy as the new head honcho of credit card frauds. She doesn't even seem to have any regrets over what she did, as there's no signs of her missing Youcef in the end. So basically, becoming a criminal solved all her problems. Lame.
This movie sucked.
You’re an IDIOT
If the lead was a male you’d be saying, that was a pretty good movie
Get your stupid head out of your ass. It wasn’t feminist girl power fantasy you dope, it was just a movie with a female in the lead role
Did you not read what I said in the first paragraph, that the way the movie ended was very morally questionable? I couldn't care less whether the lead was a guy or a gal, my complaint was that the movie seemed to unintentionally condone criminal behavior. I only added the last part about it feeling like a feminist flick, as so many modern movies and shows seem to excuse women engaging in despicable acts in ways that will not be at all accepted had if the lead was a man (Marvel's WandaVision being a good example).
If you think me pointing out that this film is morally objectionable in the way it concluded is me just being triggered by a movie with a female lead in what is typically a male part, YOU'RE an idiot.
More: Nothing you do will ever have any negative consequences. A leftards fantasy...share
I note a tendency for some folks to:
a) Believe that every movie must have a "good guy".
b) Believe that all movies should teach positive moral lessons.
Does crime pay? Here's a dose of reality for you! Remember that so-called vaccine you took last year? Yeah, it was from a organization called Pfizer that was fined the largest criminal fine in history! Yet you trusted them, bought into their bullshit, and injected yourself with their product! They are now rolling in cash, and you're asking if crime pays or not? lmao!
Pfizer pays largest criminal fine in history:
YES...IT DOES...VERY WELL...UNLESS YOU GET CAUGHT.share