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Film Review - Get the Girl


“Get the Girl” wants to do something with a premise that merges bumbling crooks and a kidnapping plan gone awry, resembling a screenwriting sample that somehow ended up in production, showing ambition with character connection and overall mischief. Director Eric England (“Contracted”) works hard to secure some style and intensity to the effort, which is surprisingly gory as deadly accidents occur, but overall rhythm doesn’t come through as clearly. “Get the Girl” doesn’t feel refined, and while it pats itself on the back for its twists and turns, energy dips on multiple occasions. We’ve seen much of what this movie is offering in other pictures, challenging England to come up with something memorable to keep audiences engaged. Read the rest at


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