I watched the movie. Suspension of disbelief, mentioned earlier in this thread, is required. That is a writer's and director's shortcut (presuming the public won't notice or won't mind if they do) and plenty a writer and director is getting lazy in that regard; a crutch to get from scene to scene that, in this movie, left this viewer scratching his head. Like the pool scene in the embezzler's hideout. She might as well have used the Star Trek transporter to access the pool and I probably would have accepted it under suspension of disbelief considering all that occurred before and after. Regardless, I liked the flick and will watch it again.