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I saw this film in the theater and it didn't remember it being so bad so when I saw the DVD at a bargain price I decided to pick it up. Bad decision! It really was an unbelievable movie from start to finish, and not in a good way. The acting by the two lead characters (Holly and Liotta) was very uneven and the script was totally lame.
The premise was okay but upon a second viewing you quickly realize there are many problems with the whole production. Even if we were to believe the developments, which become more absurd as it drags on, it's just to predictable to swallow.
I can't imagine why there would have been sequels to this mess. SAVE YOUR MONEY.
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