Lisa tells the police she and Derek are having an affair and since Derek never told Sharon about the past incidents, she kicks him out of the house. Slowly Derek and Sharon reconcile and that’s when Lisa shows up again! The stalking continues until a showdown occurs between Lisa and Sharon. Larter seems to be channeling Glen Close’s character Alex Forrest from the classic 1987 film Fatal Attraction.
The movie isn’t bad, but it’s a bit predictable and does seem to be a remake of Fatal Attraction without saying it’s a remake. That said, it’s not a bad way to pass a couple of hours as Larter is very convincing as an obsessed women who will get what she wants even if the object of her obsession isn’t cooperative. Beyonce is believable as the wife who has to protect what's hers, but isn't anything special this time out. Elba convincingly portrays a man who is being chased but is happy with his family and life and doesn't want anything to do with his pursuer.
Three short featurettes comprise the extras for Obsessed. First there’s "Playing Nicely Together" which is your typical EPK fluff with the cast and crew fawning over Beyonce’s performance in this film.
"Girl Fight!" goes over the fight scene between Sharon and Lisa in the climax of the film. Director Steve Shill discusses how he did research on the way women fight and analyzes the stunt choreography.
"Dressed to Kill" is a featurette that goes over the style of the film and the selection of wardrobe is examined, going over their purpose and what they were trying to accomplish with certain pieces.