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Deceit and evil? Yes. Pillowfights and T-shirts? NO!
Look at the 4.2 rating and that tells you a lot about this film. For those that put comments here including the words "hot", "steamy", "Intriguing", or "perfect" need to watch a few more movies or they are just too generous. While Jamie Luner and Alyssa Milano are both beautiful and do a fine job of working with what they have, the script is a montage of cliche.
1) Spoiled rich girl, hates everyone, does evil to all who won't kneel before her. 2) Good girl in love, hides family shame, doubts boyfriend, forgives and love triumphs 3) Girl gets pregnant, boyfriend leaves her to deal with the shame and problems, boy returns to "do the right thing".
and last: 4) Audience, desperately pressing "FF" button on remote trying to find a partially nude scene or the relief of rolling credits signifying the end to this terrible waste of film.
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