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For a Good Time, Call... Review | Clickonline

Clickonline writes: "The main problem lies in the script which doesn’t push the boundaries of its R rating and never manages to make up for it with any real wit. The performances don’t help much either – Graynor and Miller are needlessly shrill and act, for the most part, like needy children looking for attention. They don’t handle the drama much better than the comedy, and the movie goes to ridiculous lengths in search of a twist for its final act."

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