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Nurse Betty Nurse Betty is a movie that has received numerous great reviews will it live up two it The Boston Globe gives it three and a half out of four stars and says its lively edgy full of zigs and zags juicy performances and off beat fun The Chicago Sun Times gives it three out of 4 stars and the New York Times says its the finest American comedy since Flirting with Disaster Good review after good review this movie is getting I couldnt find one paper or critic that didnt enjoy this movie Heres another from Entertainment Weekly they say theres no way to encapsulate the bigness of heart with which Nurse Betty expands to embrace creation Reading all these good reviews had me excited to go see the movie only to let me down The story line was horrible and I was wondering if the critics saw the same movie I saw The movie starts out in Kansas City with Betty Renne Zellweger who works in a luncheonette as a waitress She is a huge fan of the soap opera A Reason to Love especially one male doctor in the soap Dr David Ravell Greg Kenner She is also married to a cheating drug dealing husband named Del Betty is at home one night and her husband is talking to two thugs Chris Rock and Morgan Feedman who were involved in the drug dealing with Del She witnesses them scalping and shooting him dead while she was watch her soap opera Betty goes insane suffering from post traumatic stress and thinking that she used to be engaged to her favorite actor Dr David Ravell and decides to travel all the way to Southern California to find him So she goes there and finally tracks him down with some help form a friend she meet when she got to California In the meantime the two thugs are looking for her because they find
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