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I saw this movie expecting it to be similar to the movie "Good Dick," which also starred both main actors and was directed by the female actress as well. "Good Dick" is the perfect example of a top notch romantic comedy, with really dark and depressing undertones. It's a supremely good movie.
Bitch was something else. It had very weird cuts, and flashes throughout the movie. It was a really strange movie, and not what I was expecting. My first viewing was hard to sit through out of boredom, but my second viewing I found the film to be actually pretty good.
The movie is about a housewife who is tired of her children and cheating husband, and gets turned into a dog. She's a normal human, but just acts like a dog. The family lose their home because of this, and everyone becomes worried. She eventually becomes human again when her family loses all of their money and becomes closer.
I would watch this movie if I were you. Jason Ritter is always great to watch, and he just plays the bumbling comedic character so well. There's a family in it too, so that satisfies everyone. It's good, I would suggest watching it.
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