I was in trouble in the opening scenes when she couldn't get her car started, but the windshield wipers were working.
I had a restlessness night and this movie managed to help me take a nap. Went straight to sleep with absolutely no concern for Jennifer.
It was my night to pick the movie, and 'Secret Obsession' popped up at the top of my Netflix account, so I thought rather than spending an hour sifting through the choices, I'd take Netflix's recommendation.Throughout the movie my husband made several comments about how unrealistic the plot was, and I agreed, but for some reason we sat through it, thinking it would get better...As the movie ended, my husband left the room to make a phone call. I didn't think much of it, but he was gone for quite some time. When he returned 30 minutes later, he was brandishing divorce papers he had printed out himself on our new hp printer. I didn't even know a person could procure divorce papers so quickly! I begged and pleaded with him to forgive me, but he said he couldn't be with anyone who would hurt him like that. A part of me knows that it's the truth. He deserves better. We all do.
Couldn't stop thinking that this was an Allstate commercial. Overall movie was predictable and hilarious! Russell's photoshopping skills gave him away.
It's so bad that I felt disrespected by Netflix. Now they're making any generic movie to convince users that's worth it paying a monthly subscription. I should've been paid to spend my time watching this
Do not waste your time. Netflix seems to be giving everyone money to make movies without caring about the finished product.
Bad plot + bad screenplay + bad acting = bad movie.
Despite the trailer, this is a very clever movie about the afterlife, where President Palmer is stuck in hell after being killed and has to spend eternity as a lame detective. He meets London Tipton, who isn't rich anymore, and they... oh. My husband said that's not the plot. I guess it was just a really bad movie. Pity.
There is literally nothing redeeming about this film. Maybe the tree covered mountain landscape. That's all.