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This might "spoil" it for some, all discerning movie lovers, I'm sure! I will keep this short. First I gave it a "1" because I couldn't finish the thing and I have only not finished about 3 movies ever, of tens of thousands. I love these two talented actors and have no idea why they would put themselves in such a...trite, mundane, substance lacking piece.
Let me also say I never review, I just couldn't sit still for this one. I blame the director/writer. There is really no story here, just fluff, and not pretty fluff. My condolences to Pierce and Emma. Joel Hopkins must have gotten lucky on Last Chance Harvey, it was OK, weak, but OK, but this one...well, it's insulting.
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