Thank you, thank you, thank you! Finally, a critic with enough acute perspective to actually call it like it really is. Knowing the serious nature of the movie going in, the film quickly sucked me in emotionally. With questions being brought to mind early on in the movie, I was pleasantly surprised to see these questions being recognized and validated in the movie itself. For me, that lended confidence to believe that the film actually took real life considerations to what a normal, logical person might think, say, or do in that situation, even if often irrational. Unfortunately, that confidence yielded itself to the very thing I originally credited it to, the ridiculous. The film creates an entangled web of "who dun-nit," only to unravel itself into weaving a different web, a web of unaddressed questions, unnecessary or unrelated parts, and host of totally ridiculous scenes that have you screaming, "Come on now, really?!"
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