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Oof...did I see the same movies as these critics? If this had been a film about heteros instead of lesbians I don't think it would have seen the light of day. Wickedly funny? No...no it wasn't. I sat there thinking "Wait, THIS was in the "Comedies" listing?" The story implausible, the acting leaden...I mean, I found nothing to like about this movie..well, let me think...something positive...nope. I got nothing. BTW, I find it bemusing that everywhere I look Annette O'Toole's name is prominently listed; this despite her screentime being about five minutes. I guess when you're the only actor with a "name"...
quite good but a bad ending, talk about an anti climax.
Dialogues are very funny
The most hipster movie I've seen this year. The dialogues are cliché, safe humor, kinda of grey politically correct humor, the plot is easy to figure out at half the movie. The only new here is they used a lot of dykes for the parts. But what bothers me most is the politically correct of the movie, pretends to be dark or thriller but is just weak and boring, just like a hipster who is interested in serial killers, he just do it for been labeled as the weirdo... but is just a safe weirdo.
Interesting enough that I didn't turn it off, but that's not really a good thing.
It takes a familiar theme of romantic comedies - the fear of commitment - and gives it new life by adding a morbid element to the mix.
A lesbian romantic comedy/serial killer thriller.
Women Who Kill is a funny, engaging, and creepy movie that successfully combines LGBT themes with the thriller genre, even if it is a tad predictable