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Haley Lu Richardson,
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Honestly I think the director 'pulled a fast one' on these actors to make fools of themselves!
I watched it start to finish and the entire time the thought WTF was going through my head. It's just a long line of incomprehensible dialog, acting, scenes, and the plot just sort of rolls around like a loose orange in the floor of a moving automobile.
Picking at a scab is more meaningful than this sorry movie.
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