Most of the suits Peg wears were purchased at Goodwill. See more »
Peg's second arrest booking number has the same digits as her first booking photograph, but rearranged. It seems the prop person just scrambled the numerals for the second scene, ignoring the fact that most booking numbers are sequential. In other words, police departments will just add one each time a new person is booked. As a result, the difference between the two numbers is nearly four million bookings over a period of about four years in a city of under 300,000 people. Not even Buffalo could be THAT bad. See more »
That's me, Peg Dahl. People call me Peg, Peggy, or Pegger. The maroon suit and shitty nurse shoes may not tell you this, but I'm a hustler. My unathletic ass just ran halfway across Buffalo because an asshole in that building fucked with my money.
Do not FUCK with my money!
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Starts off OK, storyline not sustainable and gets boring by the last 30-40 mins
I like Zoey and she does a decent job throughout, but the storyline is not that compelling and falls apart sometime in the middle. Reasonable enjoyable for the first act or two. Scene where they all stop to watch a play in the game is excellent. Easily skipable movie.
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