Director Tony Scott took the fractured, feverish visual style and kinetic editing technique of 2004′s “Man on Fire” and turned it all the way up to 11 for the true-crime tale of Domino Harvey (Keira Knightley), the daughter of actor Laurence Harvey who gave up her career as a Ford model to become a bounty hunter. Domino and her seedy yet charismatic colleagues, Ed Moseby (Mickey Rourke) and Choco (Edgar Ramirez), become entangled in a botched robbery planned by their bail bondsman employer, Claremont Williams III (Delroy Lindo), a mess that becomes all the more difficult to clean up with a reality TV crew watching their every move — and two “Beverly Hills 90210″ alums (Ian Ziering and Brian Austin Green) tagging along for the ride. Richard Kelly’s (“Donnie Darko”) screenplay is more pulp fantasy than straight biopic, allowing plenty of narrative twists and turns, omniscient voiceover, flashbacks and flash forwards through which Scott can indulge his hyperactive MTV aesthetic in creating a furious collage of fact, fiction and something in-between (and perhaps beyond). The real Domino Harvey died at the age of 35 from an accidental drug overdose just a few months before the film’s release. – IFC Staff