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Meh. Stick with the vastly superior The Lion King (1994). If I want reality, I'll watch a National Geographic documentary.
First, 'Ha' then 'Meh' to finally 'Um, what?...Yeah, right!' So after a few chuckles and an somewhat interesting (although mostly predictable) mystery, it stumbles right into the film's last, third act which quickly falls apart and morphs into an absolutely awful climax and conclusion. SKIP this stinker - it does NOT know what it wants to be (genre dysphoria?) and, consequently, blows the ending. And I mean it totally blows...chunks...of absurd stinky melodramatic cheese. It's as if the producers got their hands on a Lifetime ("television for women") script, and decided to regress its female characters, add tawdry jokes and dark humor, then insert a spatter of vulgarity while making sure to also camp it up..."this one goes to 11".
Decent movie until the 2/3 point. AWFUL crap-fest ending that expects you to suspend ALL disbelief, which will leave your eyes rolling way up. Too many plot holes and questions left unanswered, like how can refrigerated evidence from multiple missing/murdered victims just be ignored - leaving cases unsolved and loved ones with NO closure? And why would law enforcement completely abandon a perpetrator's property when desperately searching for him and his current victim? It would remain sealed off and guarded until ALL searching is completely for potential evidence. That includes all property/land, with sniffer dogs, metal detectors, etc. C'mon...the heroine quickly finds the hideout! Puuuh-lease. Stupid script.