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As age-old fans of laughing at Tori Spelling, we were looking forward to a poorly-written, poorly-acted film that we could laugh at. True to expectation, it was poorly-written and poorly-acted. However, while her few moments were incredibly terrible, there wasn't much Tori; and the rest of the film dragged on a made-for-TV storyline that wasn't even laughable.
When you see a straight-to-video piece of trash like this, you should be able to walk away with at least a few one-liners to chuckle about. Hardly the case here. Don't waste your time.
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