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Sorry, Haters

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I just happened to see this one sitting on the shelf and gave it a try. The movie name Sorry, Haters is the name of a show that the lead, Robin Wright Penn, works on at this underground type music TV network called Q Dog.

The opening scene has her taking a cab to a woman's house that supposedly her husband had cheated with. So she tells the cab driver to wait and gets out, goes over to the car and scratches it up with a rock. She tells the cab driver sorry for waiting. On the way back, they stop at the cab driver house to drop something off and she makes friends with him and his brother's wife. She tries to help them with a problem his brother has.

That's about all I'm going to say. The ending is like getting sucker punched in the dark with a two-by-four, because you never see it coming and it hits you hard.
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Okay. I'm hooked. Thanks for the heads up.
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Okay. I'm hooked. Thanks for the heads up.

I thought I was easy...
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Okay. I'm hooked. Thanks for the heads up.

The jury is still out on this one for me. Still trying to decide if I liked it or not.
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It was different. I'm not sure it was good, but it's probably worth seeing.
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That sounds great. I have to go see it now. Thanks.
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Just watched this one. Very thought provoking to say the least. It makes you constantly re-evaluate what you *think* is going on as the film progresses. I liked it. Excellent acting by Robin Wright Penn as well.

The director plays a little trick on the viewer as well.
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You just *know* that Ashed is sleeping with his brother's wife but we learn later that he isn't. Do we think that because we are prejudiced?


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