Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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Instead of being a merciless evisceration of the lifestyles of the rich, it's a little morality play in which Long transforms herself into a warm and useful person. Nobody within a mile of this project seems to have possessed an ounce of irony.
Dreadful as their performances are, the actors are the victims.
Stereotypes, silliness reign in uneven parody of rich girls.
...the film eventually does wear out its welcome due primarily to its wildly uneven structure and Jeff Kanew's ostentatiously '80s directorial choices.
She left Cheers for this?!?
Troop Beverly Hills is a fizzled farce...lightweight and inconsequential to boot. Clearly, it's about as comically crunchy as a box of smashed girl scout cookies
It's a treat (and necessity) not only for youngish gay boys, but for anyone who enjoys campy good fun with the added bonus of watching dominant cultural values self-destruct.
Not how I'd choose to spend the evening.
actually entertaining, i was suprised i liked it
When the going gets tough, the tough go shopping!
A fun comedy with a dimwitted rich lady leading a troop of girlscouts through the wilderness of Beverly Hills, and then into the wild itself. The comic situations depicted are successful.
Not a bad comedy with Shelley Long as a stinking-rich Beverly Hills housewife takes her daughter's troop of obnoxious girl guides off on a caring, sharing trip.
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