I happened to tune into the 2002 movie Enough on TNT last night. There is info on Wikipedia and IMDB. It stars Jennifer Lopez ("J-Lo") who was a huge star at the time. She was in a rage about her husband's infidelity, got into a fight, and kidnapped their daughter. After being advised of the illegality of kidnapping, she gave the kid to a friend to hide in another state. That was all in about 10 minutes, and I could not bear to watch anymore.
According to the plot summary, the husband went looking for him while she trained to kill him. At the end of the movie, he finds them, she murders him, and runs off with her daughter and an old lover.
The movie was a box office flop.
As you can see from the movie poster, J-Lo is presented as some sort of hero for this.
Admittedly, I did not watch this movie, but it seems to me that no matter how much J-Lo's husband was a jerk to her, he still has a right to see their daughter. J-Lo makes no attempt to find a lawful and peaceful settlement. The movie poster says "Self defense isn't murder", but that is not plausible when she is spending many months planning to kill him while he is merely insisting on his right to see his daughter. The soundtrack has a song titled "Setting the Trap", which I guess is her plan to trap and kill her husband.
I am hoping that this movie was a flop because most people were disgusted by it.