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A man's mistake fixed by his psycho wife with a pleasure.
The latest dark comedy, which has the two inconsistent actors in the
lead. Well, I liked their performance, they competed each others to
steal the show in their unique characters. I enjoyed watching it in
parts, but frankly I am disappointed for this potential theme was
misused for ineffectual narration.
Looks like inspired by 'Serial Mom'. When a little, strange but a happy
family who are living by the storybook of their own was threatened by
the dark side of the life, they are ready to jump into the hell to save
it. They have ignited it, but the only concern is how to end it all for
Other than IMDb where it stands average, the movie was slammed very
badly by the critics and moviegoers. I have seen even worse than this
one. So to me it is an average except the end, otherwise below average.
Yes, the conclusion was terrible, seems like they don't want a
continuation. I mean they wanted to end it all here itself. It is a
watchable, but simply not the best one.
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