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Stuck in a hotel room and exhausted, I turned on HBO and saw this film. Aside from the high energy levels of the main stars, this movie is without redeeming features. The script is insipid and predictable, and the production is only adequate.
A coupe of shack-ups get married, decide that they have strong differences, and fight throughout their honeymoon. They make up at the end. And in real life would live a hellish existence.
Truly not worth anyone's time. The movie isn't funny, sexy, or even interesting.
But my hat is off to the young actors for doing their best with very little to work with.
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