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Christopher McDonald
Movie review: 'Squeeze' is a genre dramedy with no juice left in it

"The Squeeze" is an old-fashioned tale of gamblers, golfers, the good girl next door and the temptations of the easy life. It's so old-fashioned that you might think, for half an hour or more, that it's a faith-based dramedy. Then the profanity is dialed up, the sexuality shows itself, the cheating steps center stage and the threat of violence looms. A morality tale, yes. Not a faith-based one. But the plot and characters really do make you wonder if the writer-director has experienced the real world, and not just the world as seen in "The Sting" or "Tin Cup" or "The Flim-Flam Man." We meet Augie (Jeremy Sumpter of "Soul...