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John Paul Fedele,
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Taylor Nicole Adams,
This movie was absolutely dreadful, awful. The acting sucked, there was no acting. The words never matched the mouth, and the effects were laughable. I knew I was in trouble in the first five minutes of this nightmare. The two rednecks fighting was just a freaking joke. I could've rounded up several of my friends and we could've done a better job of acting than these clowns did. The best part of the whole movie was the bath scene, but don't rent this garbage just to see a naked woman taking a bath. I tried to get my money back on this sh*t, but Blockbuster wouldn't go for it. Well, **Warning-Stay Away From This Piece Of Sh*T!!!
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