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I don't particularly like Sharon Lawrence, but I thought I'd give it a try... I rarely miss a Lifetime movie! Brian Austin Green has been in a bunch of Lifetime movies, and while they may not exactly be box-office thrillers, they're usually not bad, either. But this movie is exactly that ... bad. I cannot believe that I wasted two hours of my life sitting through this movie. I kept waiting for it to get better, but it never did. I definitely would not recommend this movie to anyone. You can certainly find something better to do with 2 hours ... even if it's staring at a wall! Feel free to e-mail me to discuss movies any time.
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