This movie contains just about everything a movie has to contain today:
Crude language, lesbianism, idiotic decisions, idiotic fight scenes, idiotic gun use, and melodramatic cinematic solutions, combined with a realistic ending, do not add up to good enterntainment.
Of course, if you consider that after drug legalization, organized crime is now shifting to sex and organ trafficking, at least some viewers' attention is drawn to the predators. The police are usually involved and only take out the competition, which probably applies to the alphabet-soup agencies most of the time. At least, in this sense, the ending was realistic, if you care for that sort of thing.
Moreover, this flick contains all the usual sentences, often out-of-context (simply because they are mandatory):
1. "Are you all right?" is just about every single movie in the last 60 or 70 years.
2. "Oh, my God!" from people, who do not believe in God.
3. "Everything's gonna be fine." is not in every movie, but it is in most of them and it is there in this one.