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A Bad Idea Gone Wrong (2017)

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Two would-be thieves forge a surprising relationship with an unexpected house-sitter when they accidentally trap themselves in a house they just broke into.

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Jason Headley
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Credited cast:
Matt Jones ... Marlon
Will Rogers ... Leo
Eleanore Pienta ... Darcy
Jonny Mars ... Security Guard
Sam Eidson ... Pizza Guy
Jennymarie Jemison ... Waitress
Lenne Klingaman ... Voice of Jessica
John Merriman ... Radio Announcer (voice)
Lyn Jagger Lyn Jagger ... Resturant Customer
Kayln Mckittrick Kayln Mckittrick ... Jessica
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Two would-be thieves forge a surprising relationship with an unexpected house-sitter when they accidentally trap themselves in a house they just broke into.

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Comedy

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USA

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English

Release Date:

1 December 2017 (USA) See more »

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Fort Worth, Texas, USA See more »

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1.85 : 1
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Will Rogers signed on 4 days before production started See more »

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References Pulp Fiction (1994) See more »

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Me & My Friends (Are Doing Fine)
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By Alex Cuervo
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A good comedy.
5 December 2017 | by SashaDarkoSee all my reviews

A story about cringeworthy burglary acted by two no-so-smart thieves, which probably weren't thieves before at all (and their motives are pretty weak too, to be honest). Not a laugh-out-loud type of comedy that's for sure, but it should make you chuckle here and there. The pacing is perfect (it's never boring), the cast is right and the actors deliver their lines just perfectly, with lots of charisma. No truly dumb jokes, no "ass" jokes, just a somewhat old school lighthearted comedy.

It's also on the "lightey" side when it comes to the plot and very far from being realistic, with the last scenes going completely "coockoo" and being not believable at all. Still a good entertaining movie which is just pleasant to watch.


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