20 June 2011 11:37 PM, PDT | JustPressPlay.net | See recent JustPressPlay news »

This has to be a joke. So spoke one incredibly discontented viewer. That doesn’t begin to scratch the surface of this abject failure. To truly capture this attempt, that promises to haunt everyone involved and justifiably derail their careers, it seems appropriate to say that if writer/director Tom Vaughan never directed again, it would be too soon. There's unfortunately so little to review in such a depressingly poor film.

Perhaps the film’s biggest shortcoming is the director’s obvious inability to work with actors and the actors’ subsequent lack of understanding of their characters and scenes. What the movie smacks of is self-flattery. The movie that young filmmakers made with their friends in formative years, where they thought they could believably portray adults and that just getting the lines out was acting. Fortunately, many of those eager youngsters stuck with it, studied and learned, and became the maestros of today. »

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