Hesitated a bit between zero and one in score, but the criterion of a zero is not only that it is offensive to some, lousy, ethically and aesthetically, but also afterwards not even able to describe what it is about or where it takes place. It is quite difficult to get zero thus. A bit of a badge of honor, after all, and not even a score.
”the Riviera guldgossar”, a glossy and a bit tawdry åttiotalshit on the two decepticons with Michael Caine and Steve Martin. The ”fresh” concept now is that it is two women who are the fraudsters and the stupid sexist guys who are the victims. It is not enough far. Ann Hathaway is playing, unusually rigid, with a sophisticated bedragerska that may be their circles disturbed when a thick australian b-bedragerska (Wilson) clamps into her nice garden with a backpack, frontpack, low morale, and poorer taste.
the Montage where Hathaway was going to train up Wilson in the deception noble art is the fact that really bad porn movie with halvlama erections and sad kvinnoansikten.
Wilson will never be completely boring, but she comes staggering near this time. The dialogue is so tired that it seems to have a serious illness. A montage in the middle when Hathaway to train up Wilson in the deception noble art is the fact that really bad porn movie with halvlama erections and sad kvinnoansikten.
something as empty when there is money, film stars and glamorous environments to play with is almost fascinating, but not enough fascinating to give a score.
It will instead be in the form of a well timed, british komikertrio (with Hannah Waddingham in the lead) which pops up towards the end of the film and disappears too quickly. Their dialogue is probably not so much fun on paper, but they can really get it to bounce.
On the other hand, the thinking was that if Wilson also when she appeared in supporting roles. This take a komikers small trix, stretch them out over two hours, and believe that you have a starring role just don't work. If you are not looking to run them in the bottom as soon as possible.
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