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Anonymous picture

Filmed in a lot of dark spaces. Not much action. Hard to listen to a lot of dialogue, vulgar family drama. What was the message here?

Anonymous picture

This movie was one of the worst I have ever seen in my life; as soon as I clicked on it, I regretted it, and instantly knew I had wasted one of my six precious movie choices! The acting was lame, the story line made no sense, and the profanity was not only gratuitous, but it was non-stop. I ...Read more

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What, you didn't enjoy listening to a couple of unsympathetic, vulgar characters whine, yell, cry and bitch for 80+ minutes? Wish I had read your comments first, in order to save myself time that I'll never get back. What was that Chicago audience thinking (the one that awarded it some ...Read more

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how do you get six? doesn't everyone get 5 monthly?

Anonymous picture

It depends on the library you join from. If you can join another library also, the two are combined.

Minami  avatar

Hi Ilsa! Dee is correct - the number of play credits that are available does depend on the library of which you are a member.

Anonymous picture

Maybe it depends on the country or state; I live in OK, and within our library system we get six :o).

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I don't see what people saw as disturbing in this film. Strange and uncomfortable, but interesting film!

Danielle avatar

A devastating, strange film. Quite smart.

Anonymous picture

This film is brilliant !

Anonymous picture

Fucking disturbing as fuck. What the fuck am I watching?

Anonymous picture

I appreciate the heads up. 2 comments saying it's disturbing, so I'll give this a pass.

Anonymous picture

Very disturbing movie

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