Bridget Gregory, occasionally known by her alter ego Wendy Kroy, is adept at using the men in her life to her own ends. As one of the most memorable femme fatales of the past 20 years, a career-best Linda Fiorentino schemes, cheats, murders, and, yep, manipulates for easy cash.
After stealing a bagful of cash from a her drug-dealing hubbie, she sets up shop in Chicago, where she lands a job at an insurance firm, and tries to set up a business that involves offing unfaithful men on behalf of their wives.
Most Devious Act:
It’s pretty hard to call it, between the murders and scheming, but getting an accomplice/victim falsely arrested for rape ends the film on a suitably devious note.