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Tramps, Losers, & Lowlife Thugs not to mention kids having babies. Oh my God, this movie was soooo bad. I have this self-imposed rule that i try my hardest to watch every movie that i start through to the end. This one came painfully close to breaking that rule. All i wanted was for it to end so I could get on with my life. Millions of starving children in the world and money goes into making this?!? There was absolutely nothing at all worthwhile about this picture. People involved in its production should be ashamed.
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