A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night

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Mary Christine

It wasn't what I expected at all, but I rather liked it.

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Turner

A Movie Does Not Live Up To The Hype At Night. Yawner with a couple fun moments.

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Mark

Brilliant on so many levels.

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Mychelle

Fun fact: this was filmed in Bakersfield, CA. (100 miles from LA) It's a town known for being crime-ridden, and all-around dumpy. It served well for the filmmaker's setting.

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Aidan

Absolutely astounding. Kicking myself for taking so long to see it!

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Leah

Lives up to its Vampire Western tag, in a good way.

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Jessie

a must watch!

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SEBASTIAN

Really good!

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jayson

I plan to watch again with friends

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BOBBY

A spaced out oddity

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Eileen

oddly fascinating and intriguing

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Rachel

this is a romantic comedy

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Ed

I was starting to wonder if anyone else got that. ;)

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Stacey

beautiful

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efosa

PERFECT

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Katherine

Fascinating cat as through-line, and a metaphoric cautionary tale to men to treat women better (or else).

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Jeremie

Mesmerizing...

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Anonymous

Excellent!

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