In Violet & Daisy, two "teenage" assassins (you're not fooling anyone, Alexis Bledel) take on one last assignment before giving up the game entirely. But, quelle surprise, the gig goes horribly awry when the would-be victim (James Gandolfini) taps into the girls' daddy issues. Maybe Violet & Daisy will appeal to a few people's highly specific fetishes (teenage girls jumping up and down on corpses? Is that a thing?), but on balance, it's a tawdry, shitty Tarantino knockoff that botches its cutesy-assassin shtick by failing to understand that giving a girl a nun costume and a gun doesn't an interesting character make.