Hopefully this film will inspire others to either start or continue speaking out about injustices, wherever they may arise. All power to all the people.
The film tells the saga of a trio of triplets who were separated at birth and were reunited at age 19 by a series of random coincidences in 1980.
The film has an unusual blend of melancholy and whimsy, which in turn makes this film much more meaningful to adults rather than children.
Callahan’s career as a crude cartoonist is where the real interesting stuff lies; too bad it’s only touched on briefly in favor of reminding audiences of AA’s 12 step program.
The breezy, casual attitude accompanied by action-packed shootouts and fistfights make this one a goofy, feminist good time.
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