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Highly Suspect Reviews: Can You Ever Forgive Me?

Melissa McCarthy takes a break from her usual absurd comedy hijinx (thank FSM) to play real-life lady Lee Israel, a biographer who when her books stopped selling she found an alternate cash flow: forging letters by literary figures and selling them to collectors. Accompanied through her miserable existence largely just by her aged cat and a homeless fellow alcoholic played with gusto by Richard E. Grant, Lee is a misanthropic but witty mess. But what did our crew think of it? Listen to Chris, Marco, and Aaron give their review.

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