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This movie was on one of those premium channels, the kind you have to pay extra for. The storyline read real good. After watching it for about 10 minutes it looked really cheaply made. Sure enough, this was nothing more than a TV Movie passed along as a real movie. The plot I have seen before many times in better movies. There was absolutely no chemistry between any of the actors who looked as though they had just read their lines just before walking on the set.
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