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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 2 March 2015
Poster is totally misleading! Definitely not a comedy super hero film. Like another said it feels a bit like Lost In Translation and surprised in the same way how much I liked the ride it took me on. A couple of dissociated people finding help in each other to head back to or make sense of the real world. A lovely pace to the proceedings and a nice little twist I didn't see coming near the end - doh. Ryan Reynolds isn't in it much, but seems to spend a lot of time on his Jim Carrey expressions. Lisa Kudrow did a good job of not letting the side down with her character. Her friends needed slapping though!
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