Movie reviews: 'A Simple Favor' is a maze of good and bad intentions

A SIMPLE FAVOR: 3 STARS

The name Paul Feig is closely associated with comedy but with "A Simple Favor" he takes a step away from the laughs to present a story of intrigue and suspense that begins with a friend asking for a little help.

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