A compassionate drama about a young, successful theatre couple in New York City who meet their surrogate mother for the first time and embark on a startling and intimate weekend of surprises and emotional revelations.
An unidentified man in Green Bay, WI has captured worldwide attention for roaming the streets dressed as a clown. Many write it off as a harmless prank, others aren't so sure. When a group of friends cross paths with the clown everyone calls Gags, his true intentions are revealed.
I really wanted to support the cause and I did make it through to the end credits.
BUT it really was bad. It reminded me of one of those really bad soap dramas on terrestrial TV when you're abroad. In fact that's pushing it, at least those soaps have a plot you can understand even if you can't understand what they're saying!
It felt like different parts of the film were made by different people with different skill levels, different budgets, different visions and different scripts.
Like they all went off and made their bit independently, then someone else tried their best to stick all the pieces together and make sense of it all.
Some good scenes, music and even 'some' good acting. But so far and few between. So much of it was that bad it was almost painful to watch. A real shame especially after the first one.
Two stars because I feel bad it was that bad.
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