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Rawson Marshall Thurber, 2013
It’s hard to imagine Jennifer Aniston stepping out of her sunny, Capri pant-clad roles and into a stripper’s wig and get-up, but here she is, doing a pretty good job of playing the bad girl.
But when her dope-dealing neighbour hires her to pose as his wife on a smuggling mission to Mexico, she soon slips back into her Capris and off they go – with a couple of teenage misfits in tow to complete the happy families picture.
A caper-filled comedy that tries just that bit too hard to be naughty but nice.
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