ExTerminators (2009)

R   |    |  Comedy, Drama


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Three women who meet in an anger-management class decide to form a traditional business with very untraditional methods.


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23 April 2013 | Gordon-11
A bland film
This film is about a woman who is sentenced to an anger management class She has difficult decisions to make when her new friends break the law with their new business.

"ExTerminators" has rather unconvincing and bland characters. The only character that stand out is Nikki because her character is impulsive and antisocial. Stella is too plain as a character, she lacks the range of emotions and even facial expressions. The plot is a mix of comedy and romance, with very slight suggestions of criminal activity. As the women have not been shown to have done the acts they were supposed to have done, the plot does not feel so believable. The balance between the gruesome plot and the fluffy atmosphere of the film is not quite right here. The romance between Alexandra and the cop is the only element that was good in the film. Overall, "ExTerminators" is an unsuccessful attempt to bridge dark comedy with romantic comedy, that turns out to be rather bland and uninteresting.

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Release Date:

7 December 2012

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

Filming Locations

Austin, Texas, USA

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