You Can Never Go Home Again

5.11 h 30 min202216+
Starring Maria Breese. Soon after Izzy moves with her family back to her husband's hometown, she discovers their daughter's teacher has an obsession with her life and a lust for her husband.
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Cedric CorneliusHarel GoldsteinKen GordDenise LorenJami McCoy-LankfordCharles Morris Jr.Rick RomanoAl Sapienza
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Diana ariasReviewed in the United States on November 12, 2022
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if I could rate this a 0, I would. Horrible acting and zero chemistry between the actors. Don't waste your time.
Tina .Reviewed in the United States on October 3, 2022
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I was surprised about this movie as it features a beautiful woman who is completely obsessed with not your usual heartthrob hubby that women can't resist but a dumpy middle aged dad most women might not notice in a crowded room. I think it's great they're being more representative but I don't think it's necessary to have to make your viewers suspend reality to pull it off. The whole movie was...bizarre. Whomever was in charge of casting should be recast. It shouldn't be about checking boxes but finding a cast that has chemistry. The main husband/wife had zero chemistry. When the movie started they they just randomly showed her in a car with a man...I thought maybe it was her step dad...they never said!). The first scene where they meet with his supposed mother/father was so odd. They were speaking to each other as if it was the first time meeting (why would a granddaughter ask her grandparents if she could sleep over??). The part where he kisses his daughter's teacher in the woods (lol who does that?! It looks like a dream/fantasy sequence) was so forced the woman looked like she would throw up...very very strange and I say that as a writer. The movie is illogical and nonsensical and 100% unrealistic and unbelievable. The maniacal teacher was the best in her role although they never really bothered to explain why she became obsessed with the unemployed and melancholy former potter whose dumpy husband cheated the first chance he had.
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