Nasty Baby

Nasty Baby
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Scott

When did Quentin Tarantino start making romcoms? Twisted but good. I would recommend this film.

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Deanna

I liked the ending! Very surprising and just like life...sh-- happens!

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Brenda

As completely twisted and unexpected this film was, I was entertained. RIP Reg E. Cathey.

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Jonathan

The ending was super random but I liked it

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Rachel

The ending is very out of place. I'd have recommended this movie except for the conclusions.

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kevin

Horrible pointless film.

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Thembi

The ending was completely out of line with the story and ruined the integrity

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Leon

I appreciate the film - the ending though?

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