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Mary Kay Place
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There's nothing special about this movie. It's basically just a filler to kill 2 hours. It doesn't even start out promising, we already knew the premise, and weren't impressed.
A Typical, uninteresting plot, but maybe it might not be conventional and actually be decent. Nope. In the end, what we thought was going to happen, did happen. All of the scenes in between were not really expected, nor were they preferred. We could have done without so called shocking or unexpected twists.
All and all there isn't too much to say about this. There's nothing to blow you away and nothing that you will probably learn from this. The movie plays out as it should at a decent pace, but we just don't get into it.
Not the worst movie by a large margin, but not even close to recommend. 5/10
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