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Uptown Girls

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Comedy events continue in the life of Molly Jean. The events begin when Molly Jean, the daughter of the deceased rock legend, is forced to seek a job when her manager steals her money. As a pre-nanny to Ray, when she ignored the daughter of a music executive, she learned what it meant to be an adult girl. All this while teaching. In a wide range of ridiculous situations that will occur between them and the girl Ray.
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The sheer charisma of the performances - from a screwball Murphy and a caustic Fanning - manages to float a sentimental script that frequently fizzes where it should pop.
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'El resultado es bastante mediocre, pues la cinta es bastante predecible y francamente aburrida'
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Fanning practically dares the audience to throw sharp objects at the screen with her thoroughly obnoxious performance.
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A lame, predictable comedy.
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Gives chick flicks a bad name.
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Yakin shuns caricature. His affection for all his feckless characters, even Fanning's narcissistic mom (Heather Locklear), is evident.
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horribly misguided
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