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Films sometimes hit that funny gray area where you don't know if you loved the movie or wish you could take back the time you spent watching the motions on screen. The reasons for this feeling could be from a variety of reasons from not being entirely sure that you understood the plot or twists in the storyline that you do not know if you agree with. One thing can be certain; Adam Sandler was not in the movie in question.

I recently had this feeling after watching Evan Glodell's Bellflower.

The dark humor throughout the entire film is a quick way to get to my heart, but I still haven't decided my exact feelings on the 106 minutes I spent my time with. Mr. Glodell presents characters as original as the storyline, and the plot will be hauntingly resonating in my mind for some time to come. Perhaps as this occurs, I can put a silver dollar on which way I lean. Or perhaps some movies are supposed to merely leave you hanging there on the fence.

Which path of sentiments will you decide to follow?

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    When anyone in love they do everything to save our partner in this Bellflower part the man save our lover life. Bellflower is a great movie both parts is good but people like this part because in this part everything is include this movie is complete.

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