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And I'm asking seriously. Sandra Bullock is a superb actor, you can see it in Gravity. However, this movie here... is a trainwreck.. in a trainwreck...
Seriously, where is the humour? I know there were jokes in there somewhere, but I in my sane mind cannot find out where. It's one of the most worst comedies I've ever seen in my life. The directing is bad, the writing is worse and the acting just puts a s##tty, creamy strawberry on top of it, especially McCarthy, whenever her character opened her mouth I wanted to punch myself in the face, her character's humour is SOOO old and gone it has become unfunny by this industry.
Seems that they tried though as I did too, but there was no salvaging this Titanic from it's impending iceberg.
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