Jennifer Lopez plays a woman passed over for promotion because of her gender and lack of a college degree in “Second Act.”

Jennifer Lopez plays a woman passed over for promotion because of her gender and lack of a college degree in “Second Act.”

J. Lo’s effortless charm keeps ‘Second Act’ afloat

The film’s stuffed with platitudes and shouldn’t work, but Lopez proves she’s a true movie star.

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