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Erik Van Looy
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Home Sweet Hell is a strange but charming movie. I bet it read fantastic but it had some serious pace issues. They may have taken the time to set it up before the "action" began but this 90min movie felt like 120min. It is slooow but not slow enough to loose your mild interest in the movie. To put it nicely Katherine Heigl is stiff, she basically mailed it in. The rest of the cast is....meh, and the characters are just a collage of clichés. Home Sweet Hell definitely has its moments but it doesn't make a good movie. It's mildly entertaining, a good palate cleanser before diving into a riveting story.
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