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  • Hiding Out is a simply silly, boring movie that makes absolutely no sense whatsoever, and I recommend that you skip this one

    • by LuckyGrl
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      Hiding Out is one of those 1980s movies that you know I will rant about. Hiding Out is no exception!!! So Andrew is a stock broker who makes some very bad deals and suddenly needs to run away and never be

      seen again, or he will be killed.

      So what does Andrew do? Andrew goes to his aunt for help and while waiting for her, he enrolls himself in high school.

      How dumb is that? I mean, how many adult men can pass themselves off as a high school student? Granted, Andrew is young, but he could never pass for your typical teenager.

      Teenagers not only have their own look and style, but certain mannerisms.

      And the movie goes on and on with ...


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      Andrew having a second chance at high school adventures and whatnot.

      Of course, Andrew is a grown man and he does not take the rules to heart like other teenagers do.

      Why would he? There is something about him running for

      class president although Andrew knows that he is not in high school and evidently he is not highly popular or well liked, either.

      Hiding Out is a simply silly, boring movie that makes absolutely no sense whatsoever, and I recommend that you skip this one!




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Andrew Leither says :

“Hiding Out” I am glad you honest in your review and it suggests silly and boring movie and does not make sense.” I will give this movie a skip and move on.

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