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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 17 May 2016
Not a comedy. Definitely not hilarious. Nothing exciting happens in this movie. There is no hero in this movie. Ryan Reynold doesn't do anything in this movie except appear occasionally wearing superman clothes. He didn't need to be in the movie. The movie is about a miserable marriage where the husband, who is an author, has writer's block and needs time of his own, so his wife drops him off at a winter cabin for a few weeks while she goes to work, and once in a while she visits him. He meets a young girl who had a twin sister who died and she can't get over it. They become friends. Just as they became friends the wife finds out, she yells at her husband and he says goodbye to the young girl and goes off with his wife. And that's that. I would never have wasted all this time watching it if the picture on the front cover had been a little more representative of the story.
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