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O'Shea Jackson Jr.
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Steven R. McQueen,
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the burgers?? the elderly ladies?? sleep-prohibiting curiosity...
This movie was great...it's a story of forgiveness, love, and family. honestly, definitely caused some tears at the end for me, but honestly that isn't unusual for me when it comes to movies/shows/pretty much anything that regards any kind of romance. It had a little bit of a Disney channel vibe, which isn't bad nothing wrong with Disney, but it's more accurately described as something you can expect to see on Hallmark channel, and I will be watching it and then watching it again and again, and probably again. It's definitely predictable, but I just like a good, sweet, happy movie every now and then and this is definitely one of those. However, albeit my raving review, I was left with a couple of lingering questions that I'm afraid are going to haunt me forever. 1) Did the old ladies ever get out of the Church? and 2) What happened to the burgers???? Did they burn? Were they eaten?? Somebody PLZ calm my curious mind.
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