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The characters make so many stupid mistakes I had to wonder if they weren't going for a Coen Brothers dark humor effect. It doesn't seem like it for most of the movie but the stupid mistakes made by the characters are just too stupid to be taken seriously. I suppose you could say it strikes a blow for exploited women but not in a very meaningful way. Watch it just to see if you like it, but don't spend much money to do so, I think you'll feel robbed.
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