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Very Bad It Is

Berg's sour script kills off suspense as well as a stripper

Even in our jaded times it's possible to make a cautionary tale that retains its humanity despite a horrendous body count: Sam Raimi's forthcoming A Simple Plan does so, exquisitely. But Very Bad Things deserves a place in the vault of shame next to the collected works of Todd Solondz and Neil LaBute. It poses as an unblinkered look at the hangups and hypocrisies of the bourgeoisie. In reality it's an empty, narcissistic tantrum.

Very Bad Things.
Rated R.
Directed by Peter Berg. With Jon Favreau and Cameron Diaz.

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