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This movie demonstrates a couple who seriously dislike each other to the point of getting into physical fights with each other. In an effort to improve their relationship, they consider moving to the girl's hometown. There are a few attempts at comedy in here but nothing outstandingly funny happens. Some of the movie works in clichés after the characters arrive to Vermont.
The ending only suggests a possible outcome, it does not offer a genuine resolution. It's an okay movie but it will not change your life, I'd recommend just skipping this one.
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