I Care a Lot ★★

“I Care a Lot” doesn’t care enough to figure out what it’s doing. Director/writer J Blakeson and its star Rosamund Pike never seem to have a point of view on their scammer anti-hero Marla Grayson. At times, “I Care a Lot” wants to be a gender-flipped version of “The Wolf of Wall Street,” placing a lesbian in the position of Jordan Belfort but only toning down the nastiness and cynicism a little. It’s also a nightmare about losing control over one’s destiny, a tender love story and a satire about the intersection of feminism and capitalism. But it can’t hang on to any of these ideas for longer than five minutes.

Full review here: www.gaycitynews.com/lesbian-thriller-i-care-a-lot-lacks-sharpness/.