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19th Mar '16 10:08:10 PM marcoasalazarm
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* DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale: To be fair, Mitch is showcased throughout the whole movie to be an unrelenting, absurdly evil and absurdly well-connected abusive husband, but as BrokenAesop and MoralDissonance tell, the climactic fight is not Slim fighting Mitch off, but performing ''premeditated breaking and entering and murder'', which is ''no different from what Mitch had done at least once during the movie'' (and also she plants falsified letters and other items that will help with her "self defense" testimony). If the movie was ''not'' a high-budget LifetimeMovieOfTheWeek, chances are that Slim would have seen the inside of a jail cell for some time (at least until the investigation cleared her), or ended with a HeWhoFightsMonsters aesop. Instead, out into the sunset she goes, without an ounce of angst from her, or her kid.

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* DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale: To be fair, Mitch is showcased throughout the whole movie to be an unrelenting, absurdly evil and absurdly well-connected abusive husband, but as BrokenAesop FamilyUnfriendlyAesop and MoralDissonance tell, the climactic fight is not Slim fighting Mitch off, but performing ''premeditated breaking and entering and murder'', which is ''no different from what Mitch had done at least once during the movie'' (and also she plants falsified letters and other items that will help with her "self defense" testimony). If the movie was ''not'' a high-budget LifetimeMovieOfTheWeek, chances are that Slim would have seen the inside of a jail cell for some time (at least until the investigation cleared her), or ended with a HeWhoFightsMonsters aesop. Instead, out into the sunset she goes, without an ounce of angst from her, or her kid.
19th Mar '16 10:06:38 PM marcoasalazarm
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%%* AllMenArePerverts

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%%* AllMenArePerverts* AllMenArePerverts: The reason this whole mess started? Mitch made a bet about whether or not he would be able to get into Slim's pants.



* DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale: To be fair, Mitch is showcased throughout the whole movie to be an unrelenting, absurdly evil and absurdly well-connected abusive husband, but as BrokenAesop and MoralDissonance tell, the climactic fight is not Slim fighting Mitch off, but performing ''premeditated breaking and entering and murder'', which is ''no different from what Mitch had done at least once during the movie'' (and also she plants falsified letters and other items that will help with her "self defense" testimony). If the movie was ''not'' a high-budget LifetimeMovieOfTheWeek, chances are that Slim would have seen the inside of a jail cell for some time (at least until the investigation cleared her), or ended with a HeWhoFightsMonsters aesop. Instead, out into the sunset she goes, without an ounce of angst from her, or her kid.



%%* {{Jerkass}}: Mitch. Almost to super-villain levels.

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%%* * {{Jerkass}}: Mitch. Almost The resources he can call upon to keep on his DomesticAbuse are almost to super-villain levels.



%%* PayEvilUntoEvil
%%* PoliceAreUseless

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* PayEvilUntoEvil: Once it is made clear that Mitch will only stop once Slim is dead (and he doesn't minds sending her friends to the grave before her), Slim decides to kill him.
* PoliceAreUseless: The cops who are clean cannot help Slim in any way (even with copious amount of evidence and multiple witnesses). The ones [[DirtyCop who are dirty]] are all friends of Mitch and using their connections as cops to help him track her and try to strong-arm said witnesses.
26th Nov '15 5:28:11 AM Morgenthaler
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* AllMenArePerverts

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* BewareTheNiceOnes: Mitch learns this the '''hard''' way.

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* {{Jerkass}}: Mitch. Almost to super-villain levels.

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* %%* {{Jerkass}}: Mitch. Almost to super-villain levels.



* {{Melodrama}}

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* PayEvilUntoEvil
* PoliceAreUseless
* RevengeAgainstMen
* StrawMisogynist: "''What, I'm not allowed to hit you?''"

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7th Nov '15 3:23:07 PM JamesAustin
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A LifeTimeMovieOfTheWeek, on the big-screen, turned UpToEleven.

Stars Jennifer Lopez as Slim, a woman who leaves her evil husband behind. However, he turns out to be rather determined to bring her back, so she might have to fight back...

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A LifeTimeMovieOfTheWeek, LifetimeMovieOfTheWeek, on the big-screen, turned UpToEleven.

Stars Jennifer Lopez Music/JenniferLopez as Slim, a woman who leaves her evil husband behind. However, he turns out to be rather determined to bring her back, so she might have to fight back...



* TheCastShowoff: JenniferLopez and her UsefulNotes/KravMaga skills.
16th Sep '15 7:56:23 AM Discar
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[[caption-width:286:This movie is ''more'' than enough.]]

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3rd Mar '15 1:49:13 PM nombretomado
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* CrazyPrepared: Slim to almost {{Batman}}-like levels. Whenever she moves house, she has an exit strategy planned. Before she confronts Mitch at his place in the climax, she moves the furniture around, memorises the whole house, hides his guns and jams his phone.

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* CrazyPrepared: Slim to almost {{Batman}}-like Franchise/{{Batman}}-like levels. Whenever she moves house, she has an exit strategy planned. Before she confronts Mitch at his place in the climax, she moves the furniture around, memorises the whole house, hides his guns and jams his phone.
2nd Dec '14 3:48:21 PM Erin582
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* BrokenAesop: Hoo, boy. Even though the movie tries to show Slim as an "empowered" and self-reliant woman, it's men who ultimately help her and Gracie throughout the film (her formerly DisappearedDad gave her money, her ex-boyfriend hid the two of them in his apartment and even a man physically trains her to fight [[FridgeHorror all the while knowing what her true intentions]] [[MurderByInaction of meeting up with Mitch are.)]]


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* KnownOnlyByTheirNickname: We never do learn Slim's real name, do we?
9th Oct '14 1:46:55 PM ChronosFox
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** It's not ''legally'' self-defense. In context, where he was tracking down across the country trying to murder her, her pulling the same game on him is defense of the self.
22nd Jun '14 4:01:48 AM CynicalBastardo
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* InstantExpert: Slim picks up Krav Maga with ridiculous ease. Sure, it is easy to learn quickly, but you don't get that good after ''one lesson''.
8th May '14 8:06:42 AM mangamanic
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* ImAManICantHelpIt: Mitch's justification for his affairs before he stops feeling that he has to justify his actions to his wife at all.

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* ImAManICantHelpIt: Mitch's justification for his affairs before he stops feeling that he has to justify his actions to his wife at all.all, and it becomes a case of 'I'm a man, I can do what I want'.
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