This time, Jennifer Aniston is more a femme fatale than the girl next door. Don't want to spoil the plot, but she's a twisted sister in this thriller as she lures Clive Owen into a honey trap that goes horribly wrong for everyone involved, especially Owen, who finds himself blackmailed, haunted by his own stupidity, and out of money to care for his ailing daughter. Granted this is straight up Hollywood formula, but it's well done and very, very well acted. Aniston deserves credit for playing her character perfectly, just enough sweet with a whole lot of subtlety. Forget the characters you've seen Jennifer Aniston play because she earns high marks for stepping into this role, which is not what too many people expect. Hitchcock would be proud of this movie, especially because when you think it's over, there's a few more turns of the screw before everything is nailed down. And nailed down it is, in the best way possible, if a bit too Hollywood. Nonetheless, very satisfying.