The Wrong Missy

Movie, 2020, 90 minutes
The Wrong Missy
Tim thinks he's invited the woman of his dreams on a work retreat to Hawaii, realizing too late he mistakenly texted someone from a nightmare blind date.
The movie The Wrong Missy is a Netflix Original and was released in 2020 and lasts 90 minutes. For Mature Audiences. May not be suitable for ages 17 and under. The Wrong Missy is available on Netflix in Ultra HD/4K quality as long as you have the right Netflix membership plan This movie is Raunchy, Quirky, Goofy, Romantic.
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The Wrong Missy on IMDB

Score: 5.4 of the 10

A guy meets the woman of his dreams and invites her to his company's corporate retreat, but realizes he sent the invite to the wrong person.

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Audio: German;English - Audio Description;English [Original];Spanish;French;Italian
Subtitles: English;Spanish;French;Simplified Chinese;Traditional Chinese

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