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  • Art Of Revenge is that boring, that stupid and that unworthy of viewing

    • by LuckyGrl

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      Art Of Revenge is a Lifetime movie that starts off with a young, married couple who seems to have it all. Or at least that is what the movie producers want you to think.

      Art of Revenge started off, as I perceived the movie, with a whining wife and a bored husband.

      The wife’s voice was just a monologue as she practically begged

      her husband to let her have a baby.

      Let her have a baby! Then he agrees and she is just thanking him and gushing over her praise of him allowing her to bear his child.

      The next thing that you know, they are sitting around with another couple who they are best friends with, and the woman is telling her friend how well ...

      • things are going and how they are going to have a baby.

        The man tells his friend that he is about to leave his wife because he does not love her anymore.

        Hmm…just goes to show how one person can be thinking something totally different from the other.

        Well, it is not long before the husband’s intentions are out in the open, and

        that is all she wrote for the wife.

        Or is it? Consumed with jealousy and rage, she hires a woman to seduce her ex-husband.

        The wife keeps regular tabs on what her ex-spouse is doing by talking to this woman about what they do when they are together.

        Art Of Revenge is that boring, that stupid and that unworthy of viewing.

        Skip this one!

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