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If this is comedy, then so is Titanic! Real disappointment if you're waiting for a laugh!
Having seen and enjoyed me myself and Irene, and reading the digest for this movie, I considered it to be somehow similar and expected a great funny movie. This is a typical movie for women, so as a guy, it really couldn't draw my attention. I even found it hard to watch it till the end. The part where JoBeth Williams is believed to have different personalities (suffering from schizophrenia) is completely unclear to me. Sure she acts strange and seems to be somehow insane, while doubting between her husband and some new guy in her life, but this - as it appears to me - has little to do with different personalities, but more with just adultery or wanting to commit adultery. I don't believe many people will enjoy this movie, although I can imagine that some might be able to relate to this. I would summarize this one as being boring, without humor and totally wrong categorized.
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