The Kitchen

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philomena

Stupid movie - wasted one of my plays this month :( Not watching any more, life's too short

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Virginia

Laura Prepon is the only saving grace of this movie. The acting is forced, the dialogue is clunky, and the jokes aren't funny. I could see it faring well in a Mystery Science Theater 3000 setup.

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Judith

Good

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Lorenzo

Today's temperature.

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Thembi

What was the point? I watched this entire movie. I still don't know what the storyline is about.... I just didn't care

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Lenore

Join the party. Fun to watch. Good characters.

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