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Variety | ‘A Bad Idea Gone Wrong’ Review

Variety

The quirkiness quotient is sufficiently elevated to provide modest amusement in “A Bad Idea Gone Wrong,” a lightweight comedy that, with only minor tweaking, could be reverse-engineered into the kind of one-set, three-act bagatelle often staged at dinner theaters decades ago. It’s a familiar tale of novice criminals who find themselves several leagues out of their depth during their first attempt at a big score, with only a few fresh twists — and at least one, ahem, kink — to set it apart from other iterations of that scenario.

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