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Daniel Patrick Sullivan,
Part relationship drama and part sex comedy follows a middle-aged man who loves women and sex and can't stop cheating. He gets a divorce from his angry wife, but then cheats on his lovers. However, one of them decides to get even.
That's the feeling you will get when you watch a movie like, of all things, "Save Me!" No, this isn't a true story about a daring rescue in the middle of the storm of the century (which probably gave this movie the boot, somehow).
"Save Me" is mostly a kind of weird, very different, movie. Despite the name, shocking and/or surprising things happen throughout (as judged by the video cover seen on this movie's page here). Which is why this movie is placed in a class of its own. It isn't just another drama or another comedy or another chick flick; no, this movie really is different. And that's how it grasped my attention.
"Save Me," because of these things, gives it a ten in my book. After reading this, you'll want to pick this up for yourself!
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