Let’s focus on the bright side: Mila Kunis is a good actress and even though she had to make lame dialogues come alive she managed to come across as a real character with very real and very serious trauma. The many ways in which she protects the people who hurt her is the most realistic and most important aspect of the whole story. That insight into how victims react to their aggressors – sort of cleverly portrayed here – and Mila Kunis are about the only two factors making this movie worth the watch. The supporting actors are not convincing, the other characters are woefully underdeveloped and everyone is so wildly successful and wealthy with a whole buffet of fabulous opportunities you start wondering if this movie is set in our universe.