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Penelope Ann Miller,
This movie is terrible; Like actually the worst!
Imagine if an eleven year old tried to rewrite The Fault in our stars?
The acting: terrible, Writing; Pitiful- Definitely would not recommend.
The movie may have worked if the audience could have sympathised with the protagonist- Hope (Yes, This joke was used consistently throughout the movie). However the poor acting overall led to me low-key wishing our dear friend Hope was run over with a truck. Multiple times.
The only time I smiled was when the Australian boyfriend was introduced because his accent was so utterly terrible, My natural instinct was to run away and live a new life as a llama farmer in nepal or smile in blissful unawareness- I chose the latter.
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