It has an interesting idea, a talented cast and an impressive desire to buff up that most glorious of Hollywood genres, the screwball comedy, but on screen The Decoy Bride seems, with the exception of a sterling performance from Kelly Macdonald, lifeless and inert. It's a movie that knows what it should be doing but doesn't quite have the hand-to-eye coordination to carry it out.
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