Grosse Pointe Blank is a very unconventional and offbeat rom-com that sadly never seemed to connect with me.
John Cusack was fairly charming in the '90s and Grosse Pointe Blank does see him turn in one of his most sardonic performances, while the delightful Minnie Driver is always enjoyable to watch in this film, especially when playing off Cusack's character.
Aside from the strength of the two performances and their chemsitry together on-screen though, I wasn't really all that interested in the plot that brought Martin Blank back to Grosse Pointe, and the titular setting never felt like an actual realised place. Additionally the ending felt so forced and out of character, and it really didn't work for me.
Grosse Pointe Blank is a quirky black comedy that does a fine enough job, though I won't be rushing back to revisit it.