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Jessica Taylor Haid,
Nicole I. Butler
This isn't a crazy excellent movie and neither is it a bad movie, if everyone here could stop making stuff up as they go would be good.
Story: Pretty good to decent (some ups and downs)
is it fun to watch? Yes, it is, some boring points should be expected, but it's fun
is there a deep artistic message behind it? no, it's just for fun
The twist isn't that crazy good, it's just good, second, another significant someone here is just insulting the film rather than giving a review, it's pretty obvious you have some beef with the director, given his name is mentioned a hundred times in your review, i would never trust that kind of review at all and would like to advice to also give real events, because in the film, he doesn't do the laundry and calls his mother, he does the laundry and calls his wife, an example of bad reviewing.
if no one is going to ackknowledge the titles and credits, then I will, everything was done by the director, and he's now in the cinemas, jealously is excepted, but the hard work must be respected. In my opinion, I don't believe it should have been given a wide release, however, it sure must be appreciated and respected for it's hard work.
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