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Must have been the collard greens that made me lose control!
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After watching In the Mix, I can safely say there's no way this belongs on a list of the bottom 100 movies. Sure, the plot is lame, and Dolly spends the first half of the movie being incredibly naive about the danger she is in, and I was able to guess the movie's bad guy after his very first line of dialogue, but it's not that bad.
For those of you who are giving this one star and saying it's the worst movie you have ever seen, try watching some of the other bottom 100 films (particularly try ones that don't contain a non-actor celebrity trying to break in to acting) and you'll see what a bottom 100 movie really is.
I'm not a fan of romantic comedies but the odd mix of romantic comedy and crime drama makes the film more bearable.
Don't get me wrong, I don't think this is a good movie, but it's certainly not as bad as everyone seems to think it is.
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