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Nebraskan Safraneks (Audrey and Paul)
Are slated for a new life as Small.
Interesting concepts, but executed
In a way that often diluted
Potential depth. Plot ideas: too much sprawl.

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Three moms visit (one in particular: disapproving),
But Amy and co. want to go about removing
High expectations. Overall: it's ridic,
(And many jokes wear off quick)
Though Baranski brings some moments that are moving.

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While twin sister Amy's career's really soaring,
Polly's in a work rut, and her daily life's boring.
She hopes things can flip.
Cue: her ill-advised trip.
Some terrific jokes had me absolutely roaring.

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Seal taking on every gig. Oh, his hubris: 'How can I lose?'
Not much under the hood here, as we follow each deal & schmooze
(Hiding out; night in a cell;
In cahoots with gov and cartel)
But it's entertaining, thanks to the reliably charismatic Cruise.

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As before: big laughs, majestic scenery, lots to eat.
New: added melancholy for Steve (kept discreet).
Highlight: the guys out-swaggering
Each other when Jagger-ing.
Only letdown: dubious end scene (an odd conceit).

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Some intermittent laughs here, but not enough to sustain Its feature length - so it feels the strain Of many lulls and bumps. And like that corpse it slumps. Cast members bring some charisma, but it's weak in the main.

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Unlucky thirteen, so Anne coerces Maria to pass As a member of the Spanish noble class. De Palma's work here is fearless. Fab Collette's nostril-flaring: peerless. Much fun to be had. Oh, the dinner table farce!

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