Maybe I am just drawn to movies that are 90s nostalgia-fests? That said actually the film this most reminds me of is 'Shoot 'em Up' which IMDb reliably informs me was 2007 - though I imagine the creators thought they were creating a female led John Wick. Whatever inspired it this is another quirky, hyper stylised noir with plenty of highly choreographed bloody violence and a bit of humour.
It does not start well - the first 10 minutes or so had me questioning my decisions but once it gets a head of steam it becomes a lot of fun (if you find creative fight scenes and deaths 'fun'). It isn't 'art' and probably benefits from watching after a beer or in a relaxed setting where you aren't watching too closely but it was a generally enjoyable experience.
The cast is amazing - Karen Gillan, Michelle Yeoh (again!), Angela Basset, Carla Gugino, Paul Giamatti and Chloe Coleman (as the deadpan kid at the heart of things) all seem to be enjoying themselves and while it is unlikely to be the movie any of them are remembered for none of them will be embarrassed by it (and they've all got a few of those on their IMDb - even Coleman!).
It is being released at the cinema and on Sky Movies - I'd suggest it is probably not worth the ££s or the Covid risk to see at the movies but I if you have the means to watch it at home it is worth a shot.