American Psycho 2
American Psycho 2 (also known as American Psycho II: All American Girl) is a 2002 American black comedy slasher film directed by Morgan J. Freeman and starring Mila Kunis and William Shatner. Its plot follows an ambitious young woman who, after having a childhood encounter with serial killer Patrick Bateman, embarks on a murder spree herself in an attempt to eradicate her competitors in a university criminology program. The film's screenplay by Alex Sanger and Karen Craig, originally titled The Girl Who Wouldn't Die, was retooled to serve as a standalone sequel to American Psycho (2000), the critically-acclaimed film based on the 1991 novel of the same name by Bret Easton Ellis.
In 1993, a twelve-year-old girl accompanies her babysitter on a date with serial killer Patrick Bateman. After Bateman kills and starts to dissect the babysitter, the girl kills him with an ice pick. Six years later, the young girl, Rachael Newman, is now a college student studying criminology at a Washington state university under Professor Starkman, a former FBI agent. Rachael aspires to join the FBI and is determined to get the coveted teaching assistant position under Starkman, which would make her a shoo-in for the FBI training program in Quantico, Virginia.