Three 6th grade boys ditch school and embark on an epic journey while carrying accidentally stolen drugs, being hunted by teenage girls, and trying to make their way home in time for a long-awaited party.
Keith L. Williams,
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Miguel Ángel Silvestre,
Given that I read the article written by Jessica Pressler and seen the 20/20 The Hustler documentary, the movie left me unfilled. By any means not saying what these women did was right but three women hustling rich Wall Street men out of their money was fascinating but the way this movie was told was too hollywood. Here's what I thought was missing and didn't make sense. The 20/20 documentary gave me more insight than the movie. I had more respect for these women. They were like the wolf on Wall Street, three women hustling Wall Street men out of their credit cards. But watching the movie I didn't see that. There were good laughs here and there but I walked away without a complete story. This movie had too many big names and wasn't focusing on a storyline. If this film had did more research and took more time, this could have been bigger than wolf on Wall Street. Their story wasn't told the right way as it was in a continuous loop of the crime rather than getting to the root of why it really started int first place. Working at gentleman's club is not all glamours and these women don't go after their money because of the stock market crash. This film had not a lot substance for me to want to see again. Second movie JLo has produce that I was disappointed.
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