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A brilliant crossword puzzle editor (Chabert) finds her life turned upside-down when she is pulled into a police investigation after several of the clues in her recent puzzles are linked to unsolved crimes. Proving her innocence means leaving the comfort of her sheltered world and working with a tough police detective (Elliott), puzzling through clues together in order to crack the case, as the two are fish out of water in each other's worlds.Written by
The crossword at the beginning written in cursive is different than the one used later on. The first clue answer is bird - that agrees. However, the answers to clues 2 and 3 do not match. See more »
Half-way filled in movie script
The script itself feels equivalent to finishing a crossword puzzle that is already half-way filled in. Whatever the actors are on that makes them so happy-go-lucky, I'll have what they're having. Lacey Chabert is definitely the majority reason male viewers would want to stick around for the entire film. Not too often would I say a less good-looking lead female role would probably benefit the film, but I too don't think I could get myself to say "no, get someone else."
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