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Welcome To The Blumhouse’s The Lie Review: A Predictable But Effective Psychological Thriller

As Jay, a wannabe musician, is driving his daughter to a ballet retreat, they see one of Kayla’s friends, Brittany (Devery Jacobs), waiting at a bus stop and agree to give her a ride given that they are going to the same place. In the car the girls begin to fight, and the unexpected happens when Jay pulls over to let the girls have a roadside bathroom break in the woods. Waiting by the car he hears screams through the trees, and when he finds his daughter he also discovers a nightmare: Kayla has killed her friend by pushing her off an icy bridge.

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