Is Lifetime’s unauthorized Full House movie, which premiered Saturday night any good? Glad you asked! No — no, of course it isn’t.

Knowing that, here’s the more important question: Is Lifetime’s unauthorized Full House movie fun, good-bad, or simply bad-bad?

That answer depends on your tolerance for terrible production values, amateur acting, and a script that sounds like it was written in about 90 minutes — and based equally on half-remembered reruns and Wikipedia. More often than not, the movie is blandly dull, thanks both to a cast conceived in the Uncanny Valley and a behind-the-scenes saga that boasts few scandals or juicy revelations. (Jeff Franklin originally conceived the show as a series about standups called House of Comics? Sit tight while I find some pearls to clutch!) Read more…

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