Very Frustrated\n\nDear Walmart,\nStill have not received our order. 1st order was shipped to far away Walmart. Walmart associate said to cancel order & reorder to my nearby Walmart. I said I may make trip to pick up at far away Walnart, so do not cancel order yet until I check the delivery date if I reorder. When i checked if in stock to reorder 2 out of 3 items were now out of stock.\n\nSince I now decided to pick up order at far away Walnart. i also ordered our Christmas cards from the far away Walmart since I had to go there anyway.\n\nAfter driving an hour to this Walnart, I was told my order was canceled & sent back. I was furious & disgusted now because it was too late to order from somewhere else to get in time for Christmas presents. I do have items on order w Walmart now but they are late to be used as Christmas presents.\n\nWe did pick up our Christmas cards @ the far away Walmary and were very impressed with cards so we tried to order more cards. Cards could not be done at our local Walmart, so we picked the Walmart that was 30 minutes away instead of an hour. I received an email stating cards would be ready next day @ 10am. I called this Walmart when I was almost there & told my order would not be ready until day after Christmas. After returning home, I received an email later that day that my order is ready for pick up. This Walmart is 30 minutes away & I just got back from driving there. I still don't have the extra Christmas cards & the email I received is overcharging me for just the plain 4X6 pics I added to my Christmas card order.\n\nI have never had so many problems w Walmart & am now skeptical if we should order in the future from Walmart.\n\nVery frustrating experience.\nThank you for your time.\nAntoinette Soden\nCell 704-562-1921
It's more enjoyable than I expected, though, and that's because the laughs come from fairly basic comedic constructs. Cinematic pratfalls given a working over. The cast is spot on and the mood is laid back.
This is a movie that can't say no to a melodramatic opportunity, and whatever verisimilitude inspired Paul Kimatian and Christopher Gambale to write a script based on Kimatian's memories of the gangs has been utterly lost along the way.