After four years in prison for insider trading, Martin Taylor (Channing Tatum) returns home to his wife, Emily (Rooney Mara) who has been waiting for him. She seems to be extremely depressed and even tries to kill herself by driving her car into a parking lot wall. In the hospital she meets psychiatrist Dr Jonathan Banks (Jude Law), who allows her to go home as long as she continues to see him for treatment. After she tries a bunch of antidepressants that don't work, he prescribes her a new drug that has an adverse side effect-it makes her sleepwalk. In fact, she ends up brutally stabbing her husband while sleepwalking. The crux of the movie is about who is responsible for her actions. Was it the Doctor's fault for prescribing a drug with known side effects? Is she responsible though she was asleep? Or is something entirely different really going on? SIDE EFFECTS is a very engaging psychological thriller. It sort of reminds me of an Alfred Hitchcock movie. And there's a big payoff at the end, which makes it worth watching. Recommended.