GET AWAY IF YOU CAN – Review by Carol Cling

It’s one of those maddening movies that never quite figures out what it wants to be. Sometimes it’s a relationship drama. Sometimes it’s a study of how family influences — good and bad — impact the relationship in question. It tries, in hit-or-miss fashion, to generate gripping psychological tension. And, in its heart of hearts, it wants to be a made-for-each-other, find-your-own-paradise romance. Lofty goals for any movie, let alone one with a running time under 90 minutes. But Get Away If You Can deserves points for trying to live up to its ambiguous title.

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