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We need a little less Forever 21 and a little more Suddenly 42.
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Two talented and usually funny actresses make the worst film i have seen since knock knock.. why on earth did they star in this movie. Is Hollywood running out of ideas? Firstly Amy and Tina are far too old to act like immature morons refusing to grow up. They should have cast Anna Farris and Amy Schumer, they may have pulled the plot off, or Leslie Mann and Sandra Bullock would have been a better pic and easier on the eye. I was waiting to laugh, and nothing..not even a giggle. Just two woman in their mid 40's wearing clothes 20 years too old for them that its just off putting. Oh and Maya Rudolph, now that is one strange creepy looking woman especially to watch on the big screen. Avoid this film, its hours you will never get back.
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